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Abundance and Diversity of Native Forage Species in Pastoral Karamoja Sub-Region, Uganda
(African study monographs, 2015)
Low input pastoral production systems rely exclusively on natural forage resources in space and time. Information on the abundance and diversity of such pastures is vital in improving livestock production and managing ...
Drivers of forage availability: An integration of remote sensing and traditional ecological knowledge in Karamoja sub-region, Uganda
Low-input pastoral production systems provide up to 90 % of livestock and livestock products consumed in Uganda. However, pastoral communities are increasingly faced with the challenge of meeting their livestock needs in ...
Assessing the spatio-temporal climate variability in semi-arid Karamoja subregion in north-eastern Uganda
(International Journal of Environmental Studies, 2014)
Semi-arid areas show climatic variability on a spatio-temporal scale. There are few studies on the long-term trends and intensity of this variability from East Africa. We used National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration ...
Climate Risk Management Information, Sources and Responses in a Pastoral Region in East Africa
(Climate Risk Management, 2015)
Pastoralists in East Africa face a range of stressors, climate variability and change being one of them. Effective climate risk management involves managing the full range of variability and balancing hazard management ...