1 edition of Ecology and economic development in tropical Africa found in the catalog.
Ecology and economic development in tropical Africa
by Institute of International Studies. University of California, Berkeley in Berkeley, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||David Brokensha, editor.|
|Series||Research series*University of California, Berkeley. Institute of International Studies -- no.9|
|Contributions||Brokensha, David., University of California, Berkeley. Institute of International Studies.|
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Ecology and economic development in tropical Africa. Berkeley, Univ. of California, Institute of International Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Brokensha; University of California.
The book discusses economic geography and ways of utilizing available resources, including those of tropical forests, wildlife, tidal wetlands and the sea. The book also include chapters on the development and land use of protected areas, the ecological aspects of pasture resources; and the impacts of economic development and population by: 3.
Book Description. Originally published in Tropical Resources presents in-depth coverage of the extremely diverse tropical environments, the resources to be found within the region and their production, and ecological book discusses economic geography and ways of utilizing available resources, including those of tropical forests, wildlife, tidal wetlands and the.
This paper offers a specific examination of the ecological problems facing one tropical developing country, viz. Costa Rica. This Central American country provides graphic examples of poor handling of natural resources, and projects aimed at environmental protection, reforestation, and sustainable use of tropical forests.
Case studies are presented and an overall picture derived Cited by: 6. African Economic Development Evidence, Theory, and Policy Christopher Cramer, John Sender, and Arkebe Oqubay. Emphasises the variation and diversity between and within African countries, revealing the contradictions and unnevenness of economic development; Offers realistic ways of thinking about policy and prospects.
The process of economic development is everywhere influenced to some extent by the nature of the physical environment within which it is taking place, and this influence is perhaps stronger in tropical Africa where most people depend directly upon the land for their livelihood than in many other parts of the world.
The cover images, by Laila Bahaa-el-din and Jeremy Cusack, are based on the Review of Special Section Camera trapping in Africa: Paving the way for ease of use and consistency, DOI: /aje Tropical Ecology. This note utilizes an integrative approach to examine conservation, sustainability, and biodiversity of tropical ecosystems.
Topics covered includes: Tropical life zones, The rainforest and how it functions, Evolution in the tropics, Tropical plants, Tropical plant compounds and Bioprospecting, Plant-Animal Interactions, Tropical birds and mammals, Tropical. Frederic Simard is an expert in vector biology and control working at the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD) in Montpellier, France.
He has spent 15 years in tropical Africa exploring the population biology, ecology, and genetics of major mosquito disease vectors. This book adopts the political ecology approach in examining tourism-related development in tropical islands.
The political ecology focus allows the authors to compare a wide range of tropical islands and to identify more sustainable development paths. They are also able to analyse the role of the various actors involved in the tourism development versus. Students interact with OTS South Africa faculty and learn from visiting international academics, local South African conservation managers and other expert practitioners.
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Economic growth and growing environmental protection in industrialized European countries made request for tropical hardwood become strong in West Africa. In the first half of the s, an annual forest loss of 7, km 2 (2, sq mi) was note down along the Gulf of Guinea, a figure equivalent to per cent of the total remaining rain.
Tropical Ecology is devoted to all aspects of fundamental and applied ecological research in tropical and sub-tropical ecosystems.
Nevertheless, the cutting-edge research in new ecological concepts, methodology and reviews on contemporary themes, not necessarily confined to tropics and sub-tropics, may also be considered for publication at the.
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Originally published in Tropical Resources presents in-depth coverage of the extremely diverse tropical environments, the resources to be found within the region and their production, and ecological management.
The book discusses economic geography and ways of utilizing available resources. As humans diminish biodiversity by cutting down forests and building more infrastructure, they’re increasing the risk of disease pandemics such as COVID Many ecologists have long suspected.
Objectives. This grant provides support for Ecologists in Africa to carry out innovative ecological research. We recognise that ecologists in Africa face unique challenges in carrying out research; our grant is designed to support you to develop your skills, experience and knowledge base as well as making connections with ecologists in the developed world.
1 The current names of former colonies are preferred in this essay, not least because until the s ; 1 This article asks how the legacies of European rule, both generally and in particular categories of colony, have affected post-colonial economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Issued in February NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Environment and Energy Economics Most recent cross-country analyses of economic growth have neglected the importance of physical geography.Corrigendum to “Trends in active restoration of tropical dry forest: Methods, metrics, and outcomes” [For.
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