economics of wildlife and landuse in Zimbabwe an examination of current knowledge and issues by I. Bond

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Published by WWF Programme Office in Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe .

Written in English

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  • Zimbabwe.

Subjects:

  • Big game ranching -- Economic aspects -- Zimbabwe.,
  • Wildlife utilization -- Economic aspects -- Zimbabwe.,
  • Cattle -- Economic aspects -- Zimbabwe.,
  • Land use, Rural -- Zimbabwe.

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Book details

StatementI. Bond.
SeriesProject paper / WWF Multispecies Animal Production Systems Project ;, no. 36, Project paper (Multispecies Animal Production Systems Project) ;, no. 36.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSF400.5 .B65 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 53 p. :
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL654030M
LC Control Number96980961

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