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The future of the open rangelands

Deborah Manzolillo

The future of the open rangelands

an exchange of ideas between East Africa and the American Southwest

by Deborah Manzolillo

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Published by African Conservation Centre and the African Centre for Technology Studies in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rangelands -- Africa, East -- Congresses,
  • Rangelands -- Southwestern States -- Congresses,
  • Range management -- Congresses,
  • Range ecology -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 38).

    StatementD.L. Manzolillo Nightingale and David Western.
    GenreCongresses
    ContributionsWestern, David., African Conservation Centre., African Centre for Technology Studies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF84.84 .M36 2006
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 p. :
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23634319M
    ISBN 109966411453
    ISBN 109789966411457
    LC Control Number2009349263
    OCLC/WorldCa228656731

    of the global extent of rangelands generally range from 60%% of total land area, with occurrence on every continent other than Antarctica. Although definitions and inventory procedures vary somewhat, several aspects of the ecology of rangelands emerge. All rangelands, both by their nature and our definition, are by: 3.   This then becomes both a dilemma and a challenge for the future of rangeland ecosystems, range science, range managers, and graziers across the globe. Conclusions While numerous pastoral cultures have subsisted for thousands of years and continue to survive today, nearly all are facing great difficulties as the world's rangelands by:

    Search tips: Check if your spelling is correct, or try removing filters. Remove quotes around phrases to match each word individually: "blue drop" will match less than blue drop. You can require or exclude terms using + and -: big +blue drop will require a match on blue while big blue -drop will exclude results that contain drop. These rangelands supply the bulk of the forage for western livestock production. Such lands are also important providers of water, wildlife habitat, wood products, and outdoor recreation. Rangelands also furnish open space and scenery valued by residents and visitors.

    rangelands. what % of the US area is rangeland? what natural resource is most likely to constrain human population and progress? preservation of open space *fire and fuels management* *preserving threatened and endangered species* what are 4 rangeland products? wildlife, water, wood, recreation. Nonetheless, the nation's rangelands will have shrunk by an estimated 67 million acres because of land use changes to industrial, cropland, and built-up areas. With the shrinking base and the intensification of their use it is imperative that this nation conserve our rangelands for the future. 2.


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