Here is a beautifully shot little video about our work (and other work) at Wytham Woods, Oxford's ecology field site.
A look at Wytham Woods' long history as a venue for ecology research: and how the woods, despite their timeless appearance, are a place of constant change.
Decades of careful study of leaves, roots and branches make Wytham Woods arguably the home of ecology. But it's not just what's in the wood, but the wood itself, that today's ecologists strive to comprehend, as research into the shape, breathing, and shifting of the organisms of the ecosystem that is Wytham helps scientists the world over to understand the importance of forests in an age of rapidly changing climates.
Yadvinder Malhi is an ecosytem ecologist and Professor of Ecosystem Science at Oxford University