oa Madoqua - Intensity distribution patterns for five species of problem animals in South West Africa
|Article Title||Intensity distribution patterns for five species of problem animals in South West Africa|
|© Publisher:||Namibian Ministry of Environment and Tourism|
|Affiliations||1 Transvaal Nature Conservation Division|
|Publication Date||Jan 1977|
|Pages||131 - 141|
|Keyword(s)||Agricultural sector, Baboon, Black-backed jackal, Cape hunting dog, Caracal, Climate, Competes for grazing, Damage, Economic problem, Ecosystem, Health problem, Indigenous mammal, Karakul sheep-farming, Loss of production, Lynx, Predation, Rabies, Rock hyrax, Stock losses and Topography|
A questionnaire survey on the status and distribution of mammals in South West Africa conducted by the Nature Conservation and Tourism Division formed the basis for research into the intensity of loss or damage caused by the five proclaimed problem animal species in the Territory. In the questionnaire survey Farmers were requested to state whether or not they were experiencing problems with any of the five species.
Article metrics loading...