2 edition of Drakensberg/Maluti Mountain Catchment Conservation Programme. found in the catalog.
Drakensberg/Maluti Mountain Catchment Conservation Programme.
Drakensberg/Maluti Conservation Programme.
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||S934.D74 D74 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 v. :|
|LC Control Number||98984901|
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Drakensberg Mountains 32 works Search for books with subject Drakensberg Mountains. Drakensberg/Maluti Mountain Catchment Conservation Programme Drakensberg/Maluti Conservatio Not In Library. A cradle of rivers David A. Dodds Not In Library. Document No. 3, Drakensberg/Maluti Mountain Catchment Conservation Programme.
Wetlands Project, Institute of Natural Resources, Pietermaritzburg. Google ScholarCited by: To cite this article: Craig Morris () Vegetation gradients around cattleposts in the eastern mountains of Lesotho, African Journal of Range & Forage Science, DOI: Author: Craig Morris.
The Drakensberg (Afrikaans: Drakensberge, Zulu: uKhahlamba, Sotho: Maluti) is the name given to the eastern portion of the Great Escarpment, which encloses the central Southern African plateau. The Great Escarpment reaches its greatest elevation – 2, to 3, metres (6, to 11, feet) within the border region of South Africa and ies: South Africa and Lesotho.
point is the Drakensberg/Maluti Catchment Conservation Programme which was conducted in the lates (Bainbridge et al, ). It was initiated at the behest of the Lesotho and South African governments, and was co-ordinated by the Natal Parks Board and the Range Management Division of Lesotho's Ministry of Agriculture.
Resource Utilization and External Interventions in the Peripheral Mountains of Lesotho The mountain kingdom of Lesotho is a land-locked country characterized by political and economic dependencies.
A National ENPAT Book Atlas will be published in and development in the Lesotho component of the Drakensberg-Maluti mountain range. alien plants in our catchment areas, the programme. Full text of "Protecting Nature: regional reviews of protected areas" See other formats. Full text of "Botanical Diversity in Southern Africa" See other formats.
Lesotho covers only five per cent of the catchment area, but contributes 40 per cent of the run-off The country is drained by three major rivers which run north-south in a westerly direction, with headwaters in the central and eastern ranges of the Drakensberg/Maluti Mountains.
Chapter One: Introduction Preamble This chapter provides an introduction to and rationale for the study by highlighting the significant issues of biodiversity conservation in relation to rural communities in Africa generally and in Lesotho in particular. It draws on the undeniable nexus between biodiversity conservation and human well-being, the latter understood as multi-faceted, place.
Progress in Physical Geography 31(1) () pp. 3–41Wetlands in drylands:geomorphological and sedimentologicalcharacteristics, with emphasis onexamples from. 74 Lake Malawi-Shire River Catchment 0 Box Off-site costs of agricultural ertision in Box Principal emnironmental impacts of Zimbahwe and South Africa 94 water resources management 7 Box Valuation and cost-henefit analvsis of a watershed Box WCD priorities for sustaining rivers and livelihoods 10 conservation programme in Ecua.
Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. The assessment, planning and management ot the wetlands of the Drakensberg/Maluti catchment programme.
Natal Parks Board, Pietermaritzburg. Interelationships and Impacts in the Southwest and Rocky Mountain Region. Eisenhower Conservation BulletinJOHNSON S R, and KNAPP A K.Techniques of Water Resource Investigation, Book 7. Three-quarters of the country is highlands, which rise to nearly 3, meters in the Drakensberg/Maluti Mountain range.
The remaining one-quarter of the country is lowlands, with altitudes between 1, and 2, meters making it the country with the highest lowest point of any country in the world.