Corpus ID: 55384406

Traditional rangeland resource utilisation practices and pastoralists' perceptions on land degradation in south-east Ethiopia

@article{Abate2010TraditionalRR,
  title={Traditional rangeland resource utilisation practices and pastoralists' perceptions on land degradation in south-east Ethiopia},
  author={T. Abate and A. Ebro and L. Nigatu},
  journal={Tropical Grasslands},
  year={2010},
  volume={44},
  pages={202-212}
}
A study was conducted to examine rangeland resource utilisation practices of pastoralists and rangeland degradation in Rayitu district, south- east Ethiopia. A single-visit survey method was used to gather data through a structuredues- a structuredues- tionnaire (90 households), group discussions and direct observations. Free grazing of communal land (100%), use of enclosures (89%), division of herds based on species and class of animal (59%), migration (79%) and seasonal assessments of the… Expand

Tables from this paper

Evaluation of rangeland in arid and semi-arid grazing land of South East Ethiopia
...
1
2
3
4
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 36 REFERENCES
Comparisons of pastoralists perceptions about rangeland resource utilisation in the Middle Awash Valley of Ethiopia.
Assessments of landscape level degradation in southern Ethiopia: pastoralists versus ecologists
INDIGENOUS ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OF LANDSCAPE CHANGE
New directions for pastoral development in Africa
...
1
2
3
4
...