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Impact of tsetse control on land use in the semi-arid zone of Zimbabwe

J. Pender

Impact of tsetse control on land use in the semi-arid zone of Zimbabwe

Phase 2 - Analysis of land use change by remote sensing imagery

by J. Pender

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Published by Natural Resources Institute in Chatham Maritime .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJ. Pender, A.P. Mills and L.J. Rosenberg.
SeriesNatural Resources Institute Bulletin Series -- no.70.ISSN 0952-8245
ContributionsRosenberg, J., Mills, A. P.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17323862M
ISBN 100859544699

The burning of semi-arid grassland did have a quantified impact on the soil seed bank over the short-term. Notes: Times Cited: 9 H A Snyman () Influence of fire on root distribution, seasonal root production and root/shoot ratios in grass species in a semi-arid grassland of South Africa South African Journal of Botany 2. Zone District 2/3 ¾ 4 5 6 Machakos Kitui - - Zones: 2, 3 Are suitable for banana and coffee; 4 Semi-humid to semi-arid transition; suitable for maize; 5 is Semi-arid; suitable for livestock, millet, and sorghum; 6 suitable for ranching.

The Possibility of Using Wild Animals for Animal Production in the Semi-Arid Tropics of East Africa (map) Taylor, W.P. and R.M. Watson Tello, Jose Lobao The Status of Wildlife Conservation in Mozambique Temane, B.K. Wildlife as a Resource and its Impact on Land Use Plans Thomas, Stephen J. Abstract - LakeNet - World Lakes Website Published by Guset User, Description: Third DRAFT Lake Kariba Not for Citation or Distribution 3 Besides the geology related safety issues Zambezi valley is part of the southern end of the East Africa.

The district is divided into three agro-climatic zones (ACZs) that run almost parallel to each other in a north–south direction, namely: the sub-humid highland plateau (2,–3, m), the thickly forested escarpment (1,–2, m) and the lowland or valley floor to the east (semi-arid zone . The use of GIS for the control of tropical diseases in Botswana and Senegal is financed by the International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada. The author is grateful to ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute Inc., Redlands, California) for their support with the software PC ARC/INFO and ArcView.


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Impact of tsetse control on land use in the semi-arid zone of Zimbabwe by J. Pender Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pender, J.; Mills, A.P.; Rosenberg, L.J. Impact of Tsetse Control on Land Use in the Semi-Arid Zone of Zimbabwe: Phase 2: Analysis of Land Use Change by Remote Sensing Imagery. Natural Resources. Pender has written: 'Impact of tsetse control on land use in the semi-arid zone of Zimbabwe' -- subject(s): Control, Effect of tsetse-flies on, Land use, Pests, Remote sensing, Tsetse-flies.

Environmental change and the autonomous control of tsetse and trypanosomosis in sub-Saharan Africa: Case histories from Ethiopia, The Gambia, Kenya, Nigeria and Zimbabwe Book June with Impact of Tsetse Control on Land Use in the Semi-Arid Zone of Zimbabwe. Natural Resources Institute, United Kingdom.

Integrated Land and Water Information System (ILWIS). Recent work (Bird & Shepherd, ; Bird et al., b) shows chronic poverty to be widespread in semi-arid Zimbabwe, and we estimate at least four million of Zimbabwe’s 12 million 12 people are chronically poor. 13 While the population and economy of Zimbabwe have suffered as a result of poor governance, the HIV/AIDS pandemic, the Cited by: The African tryponosomoses are among Africa's most devastating diseases.

The human disease, sleeping sickness, and the animal disease, nagana, are caused by trypanosomes, protozoan parasites transmitted by tsetse flies, Glossina spp. Attempts have been made to control tsetse and trypanosomiasis for over 70 years, supported by ever-increasing amounts of foreign by: Impact of Tsetse Control on Land-use in the Semi-arid Zone of Zimbabwe, Pt.

2 - Analysis of Land-use Change by Remote Sensing Imagery, J. Pender, A.P. Mills, A. J Rosenberg The Quest For Corvo, A.J.A.

Symons, A.S. Byatt. 3 Productivity and Tsetse Challenge Development Possibilities 6. 1 Mixed Farming 6. 2 Strengthening the Role of Livestock 6. 3 Tsetse Control 6. 4 Other Development Paths 7 CROP-LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION SYSTEMS IN THE HIGHLANDS General Characteristics 7.

Agha, M. and Branker, D.S. () Algorithm AS Maximum likelihood estimation and goodness-of-fit tests for mixtures of distributions.

Journal of the Royal. Verhagen, A., A.J. Dietz and R. Ruben, Impact of climate change on water availability, agriculture and food security in semi-arid regions, with special focus on West Africa. Global Change NOP-NRP Report Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environment, Bilthoven, pp.

see more details of tsetse flies this Bulletin,v. 52, ], and this account has been brought up to date and combined with an equally comprehensive review of the parasitic and disease aspects of the problem in the book edited by MULLIGAN [The African trypanosomiases, Cited by: A total of million ha of land is under agriculture in Zimbabwe and of this million ha are under rangelands.

Rangelands or natural pasture are the major source of feed for livestock. Farmers in Zimbabwe have a total of to 6 million cattle and 4 million small-ruminants.

Ethnoveterinary plants and practices used for ecto-parasite control in semi-arid smallholder farming areas of Zimbabwe. Emmanuel Tendai Nyahangare Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zimbabwe, P O Box MP, Mt Pleasant, Harare, by: African History and Environmental History.

African History and Environmental History wild animals were widely shot in Zimbabwean tsetse control programmes. [] Land Use Policy in Zimbabwe’s Midlands Province’, Journal of Southern African Studies, 15, 2 (),drawing on Habermas, and The State and Agrarian Change in.

The Land Law defines the new concept of `local community' through which land use rights are acquired by the vast majority of people according to customary `norms and practices'. These rights are identical to those which would be obtained by private investors seeking land through a formal request to the State (still the owner of all land.

semi-arid zone, whereas donkeys predominate in the sub-humid zone. Both animals can be used as draft animals, as in Botswana where more than 75% of the horse and donkey population is used for traction (FAO, ).

Trypanotolerant cattle predominate in the sub-humid zone, and the humped ox in the semi-arid zone. The potential for. ABSTRACT. Desertification is a land degradation problem of major importance in the arid regions of the world. Deterioration in soil and plant cover have adversely affected nearly 50 percent of the land areas as the result of human mismanagement of cultivated and range lands.

contiguous zone - according to the UNCLOS (Article 33), this is a zone contiguous to a coastal state's territorial sea, over which it may exercise the control necessary to: prevent infringement of its customs, fiscal, immigration, or sanitary laws and regulations within its territory or territorial sea; punish infringement of the above laws and.

A review of existing literature on land-use and land-cover change is necessary to provide an understanding of key concepts and factors surrounding land-use and land-cover change research. Population-degradation-poverty accounts predominate.

But these are not the only key : Pendo Maro. The development of the rural water supply and sanitation sector in Zimbabwe between and the design and impact of donor supported projects Belinda BOZZOLI The roots of hegemony: ideologies, interest and the legitimation of South African capitalism.

Geography Notes Form 4. Form 4 Geography. Land Reclamation. Land reclamation is the process of converting wasteland into farm land for growing of crops and keeping of animals while land rehabilitation is the process of restoring land to its former productive state.

Importance. 1. Intensify food production to feed the ever increasing population. 2.Start studying World geo Africa south of the sahara. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.People cascades, land and livelihoods: Farmer and The central zone of the semi-arid rangelands is less prone to tsetse fly and trypanosomaisis (see Figure ) which is endemic to the western and eastern with the challenge of attempting to control the continued spread of .