2 edition of Range degradation in Botswana found in the catalog.
Range degradation in Botswana
JoГЈo S. de Queiroz
|Statement||João S. de Queiroz.|
|Series||Network paper -- 35b, Network paper (Pastoral Development Network (Overseas Development Institute)) -- 35b.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||17|
(). Degradation of communal rangelands in South Africa: towards an improved understanding to inform policy. African Journal of Range & Forage Science: Vol. 30, Aligning policy with the socio-ecological dynamics of rangeland commons, pp. Cited by: The development and causes of range degradation features in South-East Botswana using multi-temporal landsat MSS imaginery., Ringrose, S., Matheson, W., & Tempest, F., , Procedural considerations and results of Landsat multi-temporal analyses concerned with range degradation () in Botswana.
Botswana (/ b ɒ t ˈ s w ɑː n ə / (), also UK: / b ʊ t-, b ʊ ˈ tʃ w-/), officially the Republic of Botswana (Setswana: Lefatshe la Botswana; Kalanga: Hango yeBotswana), is a landlocked country in Southern ly the British protectorate of Bechuanaland, Botswana adopted its name after becoming independent within the Commonwealth on 30 September Since then, it has been a Calling code: + This book contains selected contributions from the Sixth Meeting of the International Geographical Union's Commission on Land Degradation and Desertification, held in Perth, Australia, in September Collectively, these contributions explicitly seek to understand not only the mechanisms responsible for the problem of land degradation but their social and economic implications, the .
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First, to present the current thinking of range ecologists vis-a-vis range degradation. Second, to dismiss recent arguments that range degradation in Botswana is : Joao Queiroz. I wrote this paper in an attempt to dispel some of the confusion surrounding the application of the range degradation concept in Botswana.
To accomplish this I pursued three objectives. First, to present the current thinking of range ecologists vis-a-vis range degradation. between range degradation and communal land ownership as proposed by Hardin (), is an important determinant of the Government of Botswana’s livestock development policies (DevittWhiteMannathoko ).
It has three objectives. First, to present the current thinking of range ecologists vis-a-vis range degradation. Second, to dismiss recent arguments that range degradation in Botswana is insignificant. Third, to present an argument linking the livestock industry to ecosystem level Range degradation in Botswana book of the Kalahari.
Conclusions. LULC change studies in Botswana have focused on range degradation [34,35, 73], rangeland quality in terms of the nature and diversity of vegetation cover , bush encroachment , LULC change. Land use, rangeland degradation and ecological changes in the southern Kalahari, Botswana Andrew J.
Dougill1*, Lawrence Akanyang1,2, Jeremy S. Perkins2, Frank D. Eckardt3, Lindsay C. Stringer1, Nicola Favretto1,4, Julius Atlhopheng2 and Kutlwano Mulale2Cited by: Factors responsible for current rangeland degradation in Botswana, and government efforts to arrest it are discussed in this paper.
Following an outline of the concept of rangeland degradation, the role of natural resources in macroeconomic and rural development and that of rangelands in particular is dealt with. Evidence on the extent, causes and effects of rangeland degradation is by: 8. land degradation: A case study of Botswana’s Kalahari Retreat of grass cover and perennial grasses, together with bush encroachment, are the major forms of land degradation experienced across all of the main land uses.
In some areas in the south west of the study area, degradation is recognised in the form of reactivation of sand dunes. Our study explicitly assesses the links between land use and degradation in the Kalahari across the southern portion of Kgalagadi District, Botswana (Fig.
It provides new ecological analyses along ‘piosphere’ grazing gradients away from borehole waterpoints for three main land uses: communal grazing lands, private cattle ranches and Cited by: Economic policies and rangeland degradation in Botswana.
Ringrose, S. and W. Matheson (b) “Spatial Assessment of Indicators of Range Degradation in Botswana Hanive1d Environment”, Remie Sensina Environmett, 1– CrossRef Google Scholar Ringrose, S., Vanderpost, C., Kwerepe, R.
and Mulalu, M. () “Comparison of Range Degradation in Botswana Using Satellite Imagery”.Cited by: 3. Range has been in before in While features associated With desertification. AS deflation Widely during droughts (Parsons and 1 ggg). Degradation be defined areas undergoing reduced bio- logical productivity AS esult Of climatic factors (United Nations.
vegetation productivity Cannot always be quantified With satellite imagery. The livestock sector is one of the major industries in Botswana. Cattle outnumber people two to one (Ntsabane 2(01).
Grazing and watering these large herds of cattle are major land-use activities. The consequences of these land-use activities are overgrazing, range degradation, competition. In terms of desertification, Botswana is one of the most seriously affected countries in the Kalahari Region of Southern Africa.
Problems include overstocking, large-scale vegetation depletion and changes, especially around water points, and accelerated soil erosion by wind, sheetwash and gullying. Part of the desertification problem is natural in such a semi-arid and drought-prone environment.
In Botswana, cattle are sold through a range of marketing outlets, including the BMC which holds the monopoly of beef exports (%), local butcheries (%), traders (7%), auction (%), or other farmers (%) (Arntzen, ).
Data from Botswana suggests that neither of these is singularly appropriate in the savanna woodland zone of southern Africa. In the Botswana hardveld the measured vegetation cover consists of green vegetation which generally occupies less than 60% of the cover in a Cited by: The authors, all from the Department of Environmental Science at the University of Botswana, focus on the six issues identified in the National Conservation Strategy: pressure on water resources; range-lands pasture degradation; depletion of wood resources; overuse of.
Perkins, J. and Thomas, D. Spreading deserts or spatially confined environmental impacts — land degradation and cattle ranching in the Kalahari desert of Botswana. Land Degradation and Development, Vol. 4, pp. – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 3.
White () challenged the policy on its biological, ecological, social and economic assumptions and effects. de Queiroz while agreeing that the new policy would carry a high social cost, argued that White had ignored the reality of range degradation in Botswana.
REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT () Spectral Assessment of Indicators Botswana Hardveld Environment of Range Degradation in the SUSAN RINGROSE Department of Environmental Science, University of Botswana, Private BagGaborone, Botswana WlLMA MATHESON Science Department, Gaborone Secondary School, Private BagGaborone, Botswana Cited by:.
Environmental Management 20(3), – Ringrose, S. and Matheson, W. a. Desertification in Botswana: progress towards a viable monitoring system.
Desertification Control Bulle 6– 74 DESERTIFICATION IN BOTSWANA Ringrose, S. and Matheson, W. b. Spatial assessment of indicators of range degradation in Botswana hardveld.livestock contributed to range degradation during both periods of good rains and periods of drought and that, for sustainable production, reductions in herd sizes were needed.
INTRODUCTION R ANGE DEGRADATION in Botswana has been considered by a number .range of land degradation processes and environmental, socio-cultural, economic and policy contexts.
One of these sites is Botswana, which has been described as “one of the most desertified countries in sub-Saharan Africa” (Barrow, ). This paper for the first time reports experience implementing theFile Size: 1MB.