Long-Term Resilience, Bush Encroachment Patterns And Local Knowledge In A Northeast African Savanna
Graciela Gil-Romera, Henry F. Lamb, David Turton, Miguel Sevilla-Callejo, and Mohammed Umer, 2010
Bush encroachment is a significant phenomenon in savanna environments as it affects wildlife and local livelihoods by preventing new pasture generation. In this article we present a 2000-year record of vegetation change in the Dara range of the Mago National Park, southwestern Ethiopia, an area...
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