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Socio-economic and ecological attributes in eco-tourism: a comparison between two group ranches in Laikipia District of Kenya
This study involved the analysis of socio-economic and ecological attributes of ecotourism as a land use for group ranches ill dispersal areas It involved a comparison of two group ranches, 11'Ngwcsi and Makurian located ...
Land use and land cover changes in the greater Amboseli ecosystem, Kajiado District, Kenya between 1988 and 1998.
For millenia, Greater Amboseli ecosystem of Kenya has had a central role in subsistence pastoralism and wildlife conservation by providing vast biological resources for pastoralists and their livestock; and habitat for ...