Fragmentation of Natural Resources Management: Experiences from Lake Kariba

Haller, Tobias; Mhlanga, Lindah; Nyikahodozi, Kefasi (eds.) (2014). Fragmentation of Natural Resources Management: Experiences from Lake Kariba. Defragmenting African Resource Management (DARMA): Vol. 2. Berlin/Münster/Zürich/London: LIT Verlag

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This book is an output of the Defragmenting African Resources Management (DARMA) Project. Lake Kariba and its environs are a complex transboundary ecosystem with multiple, competing and often contested resource uses. The individual chapters in the book describe the current sectoral approach to natural resource management, the interconnections, and the need to adopt an ecosystem approach. The book is an essential reading for students, researchers, academics and managers in the environmental and natural resources sectors interested in advancing the ecosystems approach in management of commons in general and Southern Africa in particular. - See more at:

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06 Faculty of Humanities > Department of Art and Cultural Studies > Institute of Social Anthropology

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Haller, Tobias


300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology




Defragmenting African Resource Management (DARMA)


LIT Verlag




Johanna Weidtmann

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06 Jul 2015 08:25

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05 Dec 2022 14:48


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