Wildlife Conservation by Sustainable Use

ISBN: 978-94-010-5773-8 (Print) 978-94-011-4012-6 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiv

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    Introduction: The Value of Priceless Wildlife

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    Pages 13-20

    The Machakos Wildlife Forum: The Story from a Woman on the Land

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    Pages 21-33

    Ranching: An Economic Yardstick

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    Pages 35-50

    The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya: A Case Study

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    Pages 51-80

    Competition Between Wildlife and Livestock in Africa

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    Pages 81-113

    Wildlife, Livestock and Animal Disease Reservoirs

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    Pages 115-140

    Wildlife Damage in Rural Areas with Emphasis on Malawi

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    Pages 141-167

    Functional Relationships Between Parks and Agricultural Areas in East Africa: the Case of Nairobi National Park

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    Pages 169-201

    Functional Relationships Between Protected and Agricultural Areas in South Africa and Namibia

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    Pages 203-218

    Wildlife and Livestock Population Trends in the Kenya Rangeland

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    Pages 219-245

    The Effects of a Century of Policy and Legal Change on Wildlife Conservation and Utilisation in Tanzania

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    Pages 247-266

    “Ownership” of Wildlife

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    Pages 267-275

    Wildlife Land Use and The Great Experiment

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    Pages 277-294

    Financial Feasibility of Game Cropping in Machakos District, Kenya

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    Pages 295-313

    Hunting and Its Benefits: an Overview of Hunting in Africa with Special Reference to Tanzania

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    Pages 315-334

    The Economics of Wildlife Tourism: Theory and Reality For Landholders in Africa

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    Pages 335-387

    Making Wildlife Pay: Converting Wildlife’s Comparative Advantage Into Real Incentives for Having Wildlife in African Savannas, Case Studies from Zimbabwe and Zambia

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    Pages 389-415

    Traditional African Wildlife Utilization: Subsistence Hunting, Poaching, and Sustainable Use

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    Pages 417-438

    Compelling Reasons for Game Ranching in Maputaland

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    Pages 439-458

    Madikwe Game Reserve: A Partnership in Conservation

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