Pastoralism. conservation and development in the greater Serengeti region

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Date
1989
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Fosbrooke
Abstract
The principle objectives of the Ngorongoro conservation and development project are as follows: - to identify the requirements for the long term conservation wildlife. forests, archeological sites and landscape in the Ngorongoro conservation area (NCA) - to assess land-use pressures and trends in, and adjacent to, the conservation area - to formulate a long-term management policy for the NCA, aimed at reconciling the needs of both conservation and development to prepare a plan for follow-up activities, aimed at ensuring the effective implementation of the management.
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Available in print form, East Africana Collection, Dr Wilbert Chagula Library, (EAF FOS P3.P3)
Keywords
Serengeti, pastoralism, conservation
Citation
Parkipuny, M.S (1989) Pastoralism. conservation and development in the greater Serengeti region
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