Ronju Ahammad

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I am a researcher in the field of Sustainability Science, with a strong conceptual foundation related to ecosystem services, multifunctional land use, and social-ecological systems. I have strong skills in designing social-ecological research through integration and application of qualitative and quantitative research tools, for the fieldwork and assessment of social-ecological interactions, ecosystem services values, and biodiversity.

Over the past years, I have been working in different capacities with academia, government and research organisations for researching and teaching on natural resource management, bisecurity response, and spatial-temporal data analysis of wildlife movement in Australia. I have global experiences in managing collaborative research for cross-country studies on forest and agrarian changes in the tropics. From 2015 to 2019, I worked for the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) as a research consultant for a global agrarian change study focusing on seven tropical countries (Indonesia, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Zambia, and Nicaragua), in collaboration with an interdisciplinary research team from CIFOR (Indonesia), International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (Ethiopia), and University of British Columbia (Canada).

My research skills are highly applicable in the analysis of social and ecological data through their integration to address the problems in the human dominated ecological system, and explore potential linkage between agrarian changes, ecosystem services/biodiversity and well-being. 

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