Conférence Internationale sur les Grands Lacs d’Afrique

02-05 mai 2017, Entebbe (Ouganda)

Communications / Papers / Comunicaciones

 

 

Session Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity Benefits, Thursday 4th May

 

› Challenges and benefits to biodiversity and ecosystem services of rapidly expanding cage aquaculture in Lake Victoria

Sarah M. Glaser, Les Kaufman, and Roel Boumans
Tags : Afrique du Sud / 


(PDF – 3.1 Mo)

› Critical Sites Network for Freshwater Biodiversity in the Lake Victoria Catchment

William Darwall, Catherine Sayer & Laura MaizTomé
Tags : Afrique du Sud / 


(PDF – 3.3 Mo)

› Individual morphology as a predictor of diet in the recovering haplochromine cichlids of Mwanza Gulf, Lake Victoria

Leo A.J. Nagelkerke
Tags : Afrique du Sud / 


(PDF – 2.5 Mo)

› Mahale Mountains National Park as a model for conserving aquatic habitats and biodiversity

Peter B. McIntyre, Ismael Kimirei, George Kazumbe ...
Tags : Afrique / 


(PDF – 1.6 Mo)

› Scenarios to Improve Ecological Service Delivery and Conservation Values in the Northern Nyasa Basin, Tanzania

David Williams, Godlisten Matilya & Michael Maina
Tags : Afrique du Sud / 


(PDF – 5.6 Mo)

› The geographical and genomic structure of endemic fish diversity in the Lake Victoria basin – and why it matters

Ole Seehausen
Tags : Afrique du Sud / 


(PDF – 8.6 Mo)

› The importance of monitoring freshwater ecosystems to assess any change in their extent, quality and quantity over time (SDG indicator 6.6.1)

Stuart Crane


(PDF – 690.9 ko)

› Using Site Based Tools to Demonstrate Ecosystem Service Values in Africa : The case of Toolkit for Ecosystem Services Site-based Assessment (TESSA)

Togarasei Fakarayi
Tags : Afrique / 


(PDF – 1.2 Mo)

› Wildlife Conservation Co-existence with Oil & Gas Mining : A case study from Murchison Falls National Park (Uganda)

Mulondo Paul & Bakuneeta Chris


(PDF – 329.9 ko)