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AN INTEGRATED HERDER KNOWLEDGE AND ECOLOGICAL METHODS FOR ASSESSMENT OF RANGELAND IN NARA, NORTH-WESTERN MALI

@inproceedings{Doumbia2006ANIH,
  title={AN INTEGRATED HERDER KNOWLEDGE AND ECOLOGICAL METHODS FOR ASSESSMENT OF RANGELAND IN NARA, NORTH-WESTERN MALI},
  author={Drissa Doumbia},
  year={2006}
}
  • Drissa Doumbia
  • Published 2006
  • Geography
  • Different landscapes types, grazing pressure and vegetation covers in Nara rangeland were assessed. In this study I integrated herder’s ecological knowledge into ecological methods to investigate how herders conducted landscapes classification, assessed the range and vegetation trends at landscape level. Key informant interviews were carried out to ascertain the level of understanding landscape classification and historical changes in vegetation. Herders’ descriptions were used to analyse… CONTINUE READING
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