Click here, to see live images and data from our phenocam mounted at the top of the 40 meter high flux tower at the BIFoR FACE Facility (see image below).
Click here, to see live stream data from the Wood Brook stream that runs alongside the BIFoR FACE Facility.
Click here, to access our playlist on the University of Birmingham's YouTube Channel, including a 9 minute long virtual reality tour of the BIFoR FACE Facility.
A 360 degree panorama of root systems, created by Clare Ziegler one of our PhD students using images taken from a minirhizotron camera.
3D models of the BIFoR FACE Facility woodland, Mill Haft can be found here. These were created by flying a 15kg drone, nicked named "Big Tony" above the canopy.
BIFoR Director Prof Rob MacKenzie, took part in a TedX event at University of Birmingham during February 2019. His talk, "Are we making a better future for forests" is available to watch online.
We have a blog regarding volunteering with BIFoR. https://biforuob.wordpress.com/
Listen to our PhD student Liam Crowley on Entocast: An insect podcast.
Click here, to listen to a great podcast for A level geography teachers and students regarding forests and the carbon cycle.
BIFoR Director, Prof Rob MacKenzie, took part in the podcast "Reasons to be Cheerful" with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd, Episode 97 "Treedistribution"
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