9 edition of The grazing land ecosystems of the African Sahel found in the catalog.
The grazing land ecosystems of the African Sahel
H. N. Le HoueМЃrou
Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-267).
|Statement||Henry Noël Le Houérou.|
|Series||Ecological studies ;, vol. 75, Ecological studies ;, v. 75.|
|LC Classifications||SF85.4.S15 L4 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||89011481|
The savanna is an open landscape of grasslands found in tropical Africa. It is home to an amazing variety of wildlife. For half of the year, savannas are hot and dry, and swept by wildfires. They also have a season of heavy rains. Tall grasses grow during the rainy season, providing food for herds of grazing animals such as zebras and wildebeest. The Sahel region in Africa is comprised of a belt up to 1, km ( mi) wide that spans 5, km (3, mi) from east to west.  The Lake Chad region provides a good example of the connection between climate change and environmental degradation and the rise of terrorism and general insecurity.
The Niger inland Delta lies in the Sahelian zone, and has an ecosystem that is largely dependent on the amount of flooding it receives.. Precipitation in the water basins of the upper course of the Bani and Niger rivers makes for rising waterlevels downstream. The rising water floods varying parts of the low-level delta area, with the water rise determined by the amount of rain fallen upstream. The periodic crises in the African “Hunger Belt” have provided a more accurate and effective vision of the relationship between desertification and human activities. Regardless of the droughts, poor resource exploitation practices have been determinants of land degradation. The African Great Green Wall project gives hope to the Sahel, one of the most vulnerable areas to the current .
The Sahel is considered one of the most vulnerable areas on Earth. It is a set of ecosystems made up of steppes and shrubby savannah with trees crossing the African continent from west to east and marking the eco-geographical transition between the Sahara desert in . The Ecosystems Of Ecosystems Sale. We feature daily all The Ecosystems Of Ecosystems listings. Browse in real time our list of The Ecosystems Of Ecosystems sales, some restrictions may apply. See The Ecosystems Of Ecosystems description for details from Ebay.
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Book: The grazing land ecosystems of the African Sahel. pp pp. ref pp. of Abstract: The Sahel sahel Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details is the ecoclimatic and biogeographic region which forms the S. border of the by: Le Houerou, H.The grazing land ecosystems of the African Sahel / Henry Noel Le Houerou Springer-Verlag Berlin ; New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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Journals & Books; Help In contrast, community-based management of grazing land or forested areas are difficult to establish. The Grazing Land Ecosystems of the African Sahel.
Ecological Studies, Springer, Berlin () Google Scholar. H.N. LeHouérouClimate change, drought and desertification. The Grazing Land Ecosystems of the African Sahel, Springer-Verlag, Berlin () Range Management, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York () Google Scholar.
D.J. Tolsma, W.H.O. Ernst, R.A. VerweyNutrients in soil and vegetation around two artificial waterpoints in. Map of the sahel in north Africa. Some scientists include Eritrea in the sahel. From Millennium Ecosystem Assessment report on Ecosystems and Human Well-Being Desertification Synthesis.
History of Desertification in Sahara and Sahel Climate of the Sahel and the Sahara has changed greatly over the p years since the end of the last ice age. Land use, and specifically pastoral land use is highly variable both temporally and spatially (Niamir-Fuller ) and while a plethora of terms have been applied to specific styles of grazing (rest-rotation, deferred-rotation, etc.
Holechek et al. ) these differ only in (1) the proportion of time spent grazing relative to the proportion of. The Niger Inland Delta is one of the most fragile ecosystems in the Sahelian zone of Africa. Annual flooding of vast plains during September to December depends on water levels of the main rivers.
Overgrazing occurs when plants are exposed to intensive grazing for extended periods of time, or without sufficient recovery periods. It can be caused by either livestock in poorly managed agricultural applications, game reserves, or nature can also be caused by immobile, travel restricted populations of native or non-native wild animals.
Le Houérou, H. N, "The Grazing Land Ecosystems of the African Sahel", Springer Verlag, Berlin,  Pu, Bing and Kerry H. C, "Role of the West African Westerly Jet in Sahel Rainfall Variations".
Press Release - Better land governance could be a solution to challenges pastoralists face West Africa: What Covid Movement Restrictions Mean for Nomadic Pastoralists in the Sahel - allAfrica.
The Sahel (/ s ə ˈ h ɛ l /, sāḥil; ساحل Arabic pronunciation: "coast, shore") is the ecoclimatic and biogeographic zone of transition in Africa between the Sahara to the north and the Sudanian savanna to the south. Having a semi-arid climate, it stretches across the south-central latitudes of Northern Africa between the Atlantic Ocean and the Red name is derived from the.A vast literature has accumulated on land use and society in West African drylands, the ‘greening’ of the Sahel and the implications of climate change.
Yet the paper remains still relevant. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Desertification Synthesis (World Resources Institute, ). 4. Cherlet, M. .