Ajay Neupane

Bhadrapur, Koshi, Nepal
Research Description

I am involved in the study of various aspects of plant biodiversity & its connection to local/Indigenous communities. Recently, forming a multidisciplinary team and using anthropology deep inquiry, scientific explorations and local/community participatory observation, we have completed an ethnomycological project, working among the very endangered, Meche indigenous community in the southern plain of Nepal.

I am interested in Mycorrhizal Fungal species, Tropical Forest Ecology, Invasion of alien plant species, Plant systematics, Conservation biological study of rare and endangered species, and learning the linkage of biodiversity and local communities. Anyone interested in working in Eastern Nepal in the above-listed field can reach out to me.

Climate Change
Fungal Biodiversity
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