R. T. Wilson

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The approximately 1.58 million pigs in Tanzania represent 3.7 % of the national population of quadruped meat-producing animals. Pigs are kept mainly by small producers who own 99.5 % of the national stock in units that average 3.04 animals (range 2–48). Government policy has had little practical application. African swine fever, foot-and-mouth disease and(More)
Water buffalo are an ancient component of Turkey’s domestic livestock resources. Commonly referred to as the Anatolian buffalo the animal is part of the Mediterranean group which includes Syrian, Egyptian and Southeast European animals. Once quite numerous, there have been drastic reductions in their numbers since the 1970s due to intensification of dairy(More)
Egypt is the only country in Africa where domestic buffalo have a long-term presence and constitute an important part of the array of domestic animal resources. Attempts to introduce buffalo to other African countries have been made since at least the 1920s. Nine such attempted introductions are documented in this paper, although for most cases, there is(More)
Ground calibration targets (GCTs) play a vital role in atmospheric correction of satellite sensor data in the optical region, but selecting suitable targets is a subjective and time-consuming task. This paper describes a method to automatically select suitable GCTs, using a combination of remotely sensed multispectral and topographic data. Desirable(More)
As corporations are eagerly pursuing reengineering and reorganization, leadership functions are changing to champion these efforts. Traditionally, organizations have had a "top-down" management approach, however, there is a gradual shift to other leadership models. Servant leadership is being successfully implemented in many settings. Servant leadership,(More)
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