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Population Dynamics and Environmental Implication in Tegali District.

Population Dynamics and Environmental Implication in Tegali District.

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Title: Population Dynamics and Environmental Implication in Tegali District.
Author: Abu Sin, Mohamed El Hadi
Abstract: The paper pointed to the district as a buffer zone between wet and dry season mobility of nomads and to the sharp variations in resource potentialities and imbalanced use. The high degree of similarity in occupation which resulted in highly competitive practices and pressure of unimproved resources under a communal or semi-communal and tenure system. Population spatial distribution focussed on ethnic parallelism and modes of living, mobility ranging from shifting cultivation to nomadism. The ethnic complexity of the population and range of culture produced complex land tenure system from purely communal to private ownership.
Description: IES and Clark University USA Programme of Environmental Training and Management in Africa (ETMA)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/137
http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/27506
Date: 1985


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