Edited By: TR McClanahan and TP Young
452 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs, maps
An ecosystem by ecosystem critique of current conservation practices in East Africa, and suggestions for their improvement. Throughout the work the authors consider the underlying ecological processes at work, the ways humans have shaped and utilised this area over the last two million years, and the human considerations which need to be taken into account if, and when, new conservation practices are drawn up.
The superior editing will allow use by students as a resource on East African ecosystems. Thoughtful travelers to Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda should read this book. . . . comprehensively treated in an enjoyable manner. Highly recommended.--Choice
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