Introduction : Conserving Wildlife in Kenya ’ s Ewaso Landscape

@inproceedings{Georgiadis2011IntroductionC,
  title={Introduction : Conserving Wildlife in Kenya ’ s Ewaso Landscape},
  author={Nicholas J. Georgiadis},
  year={2011}
}
T he papers assembled in this volume are disparate in subject, discipline, treatment, and outlook, but they have two unifying threads. The first is that directly or indirectly, they all address aspects of what in recent decades has become a global environmental imperative, generally referred to as “landscape conservation.” The second is that all chapters focus geographically on the Ewaso landscape in northern Kenya (defined in Box 1; outlined by a rectangle in the inset of Figure 1), where… CONTINUE READING

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