Dr Percival Cho


Research Groups


Dr Percival Cho

Honorary Research Associate

Percival’s research interest focuses on understanding how tropical forests continue to persist and function in an ever-changing environment, through the combined use of intensive forest plots and remote sensing. He is interested in understanding tropical forest response to drivers of change such as logging, fire, hurricanes, and climate change. Percival leverages his background in forestry to apply new as well as tried and tested methods to address these ecological questions. He is currently carrying out his research through the Darwin Initiative Sustainable Forestry (SUSFOR) project in Belize, and is collaborating with the GEM plot network to build up forest dynamics data from under-represented forests over limestone.