Transhumance as a driving force of landscape change in the marginal grabens of northern Ethiopia

@article{Tesfamariam2019TranshumanceAA,
  title={Transhumance as a driving force of landscape change in the marginal grabens of northern Ethiopia},
  author={Zbelo Tesfamariam and Jan Nyssen and Tesfaalem Ghebreyohannes and Kelemework Tafere and Amanuel Zenebe and Jean Poesen and Seppe Deckers and Veerle Van Eetvelde},
  journal={Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography},
  year={2019}
}
Transhumance between the Afar lowlands and Tigray escarpments has been a common practice in northern Ethiopia. However, the impact of transhumance on landscape changes in the marginal grabens has not been significantly researched. Hence, this study aims to understand the process of transhumance and the linkages between social and biophysical aspects of the graben landscapes of northern Ethiopia. Google Earth (2010-2016) and Landsat Imageries (1995-2015) were used to analyse the spatio-temporal… 

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