Pastoralism and wildlife: historical and current perspectives in the East African rangelands of Kenya and Tanzania

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Lankester, F; Davis, A.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: OIE

The relationship between pastoralists, their livestock, wildlife and the rangelands of East Africa is multi-directional, complex and long-standing. The tumultuous events of the past century, however, have rewritten the nature of this relationship, reshaping the landscap... View more
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