The impact of human activities on biodiversity conservation in a Coastal Wetland in Ghana

@article{Wuver2009TheIO,
  title={The impact of human activities on biodiversity conservation in a Coastal Wetland in Ghana},
  author={Am Wuver},
  journal={West African Journal of Applied Ecology},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={115-129}
}
  • Am Wuver
  • Published 2009
  • Geography
  • West African Journal of Applied Ecology
The study was undertaken at the Muni-Pomadze coastal wetland in the Central Region of Ghana. The wetland, located about 56 km west of Accra, is an important habitat for wildlife of both local and global conservation significance. This study investigated the effects of human activities (e.g. farming, hunting, fuelwood harvesting, etc.) on the environment and biodiversity conservation in the area, as well as the implications of such activities for the future of the “Aboakyer” Festival of the… Expand
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