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Working papers…

The following working papers are available to download. most papers have an executive summary and full texts of most documents are available. Paper copies are available from Chasca Twyman.

1.

Desertification and the CCD: issues and links to poverty, natural resources and policies (1998)
David Thomas, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

Summary | Download (pdf)


2.

Poverty and sustainable livelihoods (1998)
Deborah Sporton, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

Summary | Download (pdf)


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Policy Frameworks and Contexts I: issues and links to poverty, natural resources and desertification (1998)
Chasca Twyman, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

Summary | Download (pdf)


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Policy Frameworks and Contexts II: review of natural resource (and natural resource related) policy in Southern Africa (1999)
Chasca Twyman, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

Summary | Download (pdf)


5.

Series of preliminary reports from fieldwork conducted in 1999 and 2000 (not available online)
Chasca Twyman, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield


6.

Land management and climate effects on the spatial and temporal distribution of vegetation cover (2000, paper presented at 28th Int. Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, March 27-31, Cape Town, South Africa)
Steve Plummer, Peter North, and. Andre Van Rooyen, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, UK and Agricultural Research Council South Africa

Summary | Download (pdf)


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Community Fencing in Open Rangelands: A Case Study of Community Self-Empowerment in Eastern Namibia (2000, paper presented at Review of African Political Economy Conference, 28-30 May, Leeds)
Chasca Twyman, Andrew Dougill, Deborah Sporton and David Thomas, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield and School of Environment, University of Leeds

Summary | Download (pdf)


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'Where is the life in farming': Agricultural livelihoods in Molopo and Barolong Compared (2000, paper prepared for Changing Livelihoods in South Africa Workshop, 8-9 June, Manchester)
Chasca Twyman, Deborah Sporton and David Thomas, Department of Geography, University of Sheffield

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9.

Factors affecting integrated nutrient management strategies adopted by farmers in the Molopo Basin Southern Africa, and their impacts on environmental sustainability.
Andrew Dougill, Chasca Twyman, David Thomas and Deborah Sporton, University of Leeds and University of Sheffield

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