Browsing Okavango Research Institute (ORI) by Subject "Livelihoods"

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  • Kolawole, Oluwatoyin D. (Nova Science Publishers, https://www.novapublishers.com, 2014)
    Floods and flooding events are of central interest in the studies bordering on the Okavango Delta ecosystems, the sustainability of which depends on regular water flow. Nonetheless, as beneficial as flood pulses might be ...
  • Magole, L.; Magole, L.I. (Elsevier www.elsevier.com/locate/pce, 2009)
    The Okavango Delta is amongst the largest Ramsar sites (http://www.ramsar.org/sitelist.pdf) in the world and an important wetland for community livelihoods, conservation and tourism in Botswana. Over the years, the ...
  • Magole, L.; Magole, L.I. (Elsevier, July 15, 2009)
    The Okavango Delta is amongst the largest Ramsar sites (http://www.ramsar.org/sitelist.pdf) in the world and an important wetland for community livelihoods, conservation and tourism in Botswana. Over the years, the utilization ...
  • Kgathi, D.L.; Kniveton, D.; Ringrose, S.; Turton, A.R.; Vanderpost, C.; Lundqvist, J.; Seely, M. (Elsevier; www.elsevier.com/locate/jhydrol, 2006)
    The Okavango basin comprises the Cuito and Cubango active catchment areas in Angola, in addition to the Kavango's Okavango non-active catchment in northern Namibia and Botswana. The Okavango River water and its ecosystem ...
  • Magole, L. (http://www.routledge.com/, 2009)
    This paper analyses land management policy using land use mapping, interviews with farmers and other stakeholders, and a review of secondary material. The study was carried out in the Lake Ngami area of Ngamiland District ...

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