publication . Article . Other literature type . 2003

Disequilibrial ecosystems and livelihood diversification among the Maasai of Northern Tanzania: Implications for conservation policy in Eastern Africa

McCabe, J.T.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2003 Journal: Nomadic Peoples, volume 7, pages 74-91 (issn: 0822-7942, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: White Horse Press
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Resume Ecosystemes en desequilibre et diversification des modes de vie chez les Masai de la Tanzanie septentrionale: Consequences pour les politiques de conservation en Afrique de l'est Les savanes et paturages d'Afrique de l'est sont celebres dans le monde entier pour leur importante concentration de faune, en particulier les grands ongules migrateurs et les predateurs qui en dependent. Grace a l'initiative de protection de la faune dans la region, 7.5 pour cent du territoire kenyan et 8.7 pour cent de l'Ougandais sont devenus proteges a travers 58 parcs nationaux et reserves de grands-fauves. Au Kenya comme en Tanzanie, la majorite de ces zones protegees sont ...
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free text keywords: Income generation, Environmental impacts, Livelihoods, Tropical zones, Conservation strategy, Conservation planning, Economic impacts, Pastoralism, Sustainability, Conservation, Natural resource management, Livestock, Ecosystem, Sociology, National park, Kenya, Maasai, language.human_language, language, Game reserve, Environmental protection, Livelihood, Forestry, Overexploitation, Tanzania, biology.organism_classification, biology, Colonial period
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2003

Disequilibrial ecosystems and livelihood diversification among the Maasai of Northern Tanzania: Implications for conservation policy in Eastern Africa

McCabe, J.T.;