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The Boabeng-Fiema Monkey Sanctuary, Ghana: a case for blending traditional and introduced wildlife conservation systems.
The introduction of nationally-managed “western”-style protected area systems in Africa often led to antagonism between government authorities and local communities, because rural communities, which… Expand
Issues arising from changes in waterbird population estimates in coastal Ghana
Reported in this paper are waterbird census data collected from four coastal wetlands in Ghana over a period of 16 mo, with extrapolations made to indicate possible changes in population trends and… Expand
Herpetofauna under threat: A study of Kogyae Strict Nature Reserve, Ghana
The herpetofaunal species in Ghana are under serious threat from habitat loss and degradation, global climate change, disease and parasitism, introduced invasive species and unsustainable use. The… Expand
Epidemiology, ecology and human perceptions of snakebites in a savanna community of northern Ghana
- Yahaya Musah, E. P. K. Ameade, D. K. Attuquayefio, Lars H Holbech
- Geography, Medicine
- PLoS neglected tropical diseases
- 1 August 2019
Background Worldwide, snakebite envenomations total ~2.7 million reported cases annually with ~100,000 fatalities. Since 2009, snakebite envenomation has intermittently been classified as a very… Expand
Observations of the West African Rainbow lizard from Ghana feeding on bread
Herpetofauna community diversity and composition of a changing coastal wetland in Ghana
Despite concern about the negative effects of tropical wetland loss and degradation on biodiversity, data on impacts on amphibians and reptiles, remain scarce. Here, we assessed the herpetofauna at… Expand