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In the semi-arid areas of Africa many pastorallsts move their livestock to find better grazing when forage is scarce during the dry season. However, the practice of forage cultivation can sustain fodder supply for effective livestock feeding during these times. This study was undertaken to (1)...
The adjoining Luengue-Luiana and Mavinga national parks in southeastern Angola are two of the largest though least actively managed protected areas in Africa. The parks are home to a diversity of wildlife and are managed as a single unit. The area is characterised as a fire-dependent savanna,...
Spatial and temporal climate variability dictate herd mobility of transhumant communities, and therefore understanding this interrelationship is key to sustainable management of rangelands, especially in the face of the changing climate. This study was undertaken in Samburu county in Kenya, an...
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