Bismark Ofosu-Bamfo is a Lecturer in Ecology who focuses on tropical forest ecology, plant biodiversity conservation, ethnobotany, forest ecosystem studies, bioquality assessments, monographs, ecosystem services assessment and valuation, and studying community attributes of plants in response to climate and land use changes. Bismark also has remote interests in investigating how national and international natural resource governance policies translate into enhancing plant biodiversity in tropical forests. Bismark holds an MPhil degree in Ecology from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi-Ghana where he also obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences. Bismark’s research has so far centered on liana ecology, phenology and liana contribution to ecosystem services in Ghana. He is currently pursing PhD in Ecology from KNUST.”
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