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  1. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    décembre, 2010

    Land in most Kenyan societies is the most important of the natural resources, representing
    the foundation of much of the country's economic activity. For most individual Kenyans,
    the purchase of a parcel of land represents the largest financial and legal transaction of their
    lifetime. Hence the buying, selling, and refinancing of land is a significant component of the
    Kenyan economy. Therefore the. ability to firmly and quickly establish ownership and to
    allow secure and effective transfers is essential to the economic competitiveness of Kenya in

  2. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2010

    This study determined the patterns and magnitudes of land cover
    and use changes, their driving factors and impacts on soil quality
    and pasture productivity in Nakasongola district. Satellite data
    (1970 - 2009), surveys, soil and pasture sampling techniques
    were used. Woody and bare encroachments are major changes
    affecting soil quality and pasture productivity. Changes in fire
    regimes, poor stocking densities, termites, climatic variability
    and tree cutting are major drivers of the land cover and use

  3. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2010

    Land degradation is a major problem in the semi-arid environments of Sub-Saharan Africa. Fighting land degradation is essential to ensure the sustainable and long-term productivity of the habited semiarid lands. In Kenya, grass reseeding technology has been used to combat land degradation. However, despite the use of locally adapted perennial grass species namely Cenchrus ciliaris (African foxtail grass), Eragrostis superba (Maasai love grass) and Enteropogon macrostachyus (Bush rye) failure still

  4. Library Resource
    Articles et Livres
    décembre, 2010

    Establishment of seasonal grazing enclosures has become an important rangeland rehabilitation strategy in semi-arid regions. This study assessed the impact of enclosure age and enclosure management on the vegetation composition in the Njemps Flats range unit, Lake Baringo Basin (Kenya). Six communal enclosures (13–23 years since establishment) and six private enclosures (3–17 years since establishment) were selected.

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