publication . Doctoral thesis . 1996

On park design : looking beyond the wars

Oneka, M.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1996
  • Publisher: Oneka
  • Country: Netherlands
The present book opens with an account of a buffalo hunt in the company of soldiers in one of the national parks in Uganda. One buffalo was hit close to the heart but fled away as if it was not fatally wounded. The soldiers seeing it flee, fired more rounds of ammunition at it until, with limbs broken, the buffalo fell down. This account is used to demonstrate some of the ravages of wars on parks. It is argued that most parks around the world are destined to perish because of defects in their design leading to institutional fights and inappropriate development programmes. The present book raises issues aimed at generating debates on the design of parks looking b...
free text keywords: natuurreservaten, nationale parken, bedrijfsvoering, beleid, ecologisch evenwicht, schade, mens, natuurbescherming, herstel, milieufactoren, ecologie, uganda, natuur, verstoring, nature reserves, national parks, management, policy, ecological balance, damage, man, nature conservation, rehabilitation, environmental factors, ecology, nature, disturbance
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