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Impact of community conservation management on herbaceous layer and soil nutrients in a Kenyan semi-arid savannah

(2016) LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT. 27(8). p.1820-1830
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conservation management, herbaceous vegetation, land zoning, livestock-wildlife interface rangeland condition, AFRICAN SAVANNA, LONG-TERM, GRAZING ANIMALS, SOUTH-AFRICA, NEW-ZEALAND, VEGETATION, DEGRADATION, RANGELAND, ECOSYSTEM, LIVESTOCK

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MLA
Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Ann Verdoodt, Jesse T Njoka, et al. “Impact of Community Conservation Management on Herbaceous Layer and Soil Nutrients in a Kenyan Semi-arid Savannah.” LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT 27.8 (2016): 1820–1830. Print.
APA
Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Verdoodt, A., Njoka, J. T., Gachene, C. K., Warinwa, F., & Van Ranst, E. (2016). Impact of community conservation management on herbaceous layer and soil nutrients in a Kenyan semi-arid savannah. LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT, 27(8), 1820–1830. Presented at the 1st Conference on Desertification and Land Degradation (DESERTLAND).
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Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Ann Verdoodt, Jesse T Njoka, Charles KK Gachene, Fiesta Warinwa, and Eric Van Ranst. 2016. “Impact of Community Conservation Management on Herbaceous Layer and Soil Nutrients in a Kenyan Semi-arid Savannah.” Land Degradation & Development 27 (8): 1820–1830.
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Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi, Ann Verdoodt, Jesse T Njoka, Charles KK Gachene, Fiesta Warinwa, and Eric Van Ranst. 2016. “Impact of Community Conservation Management on Herbaceous Layer and Soil Nutrients in a Kenyan Semi-arid Savannah.” Land Degradation & Development 27 (8): 1820–1830.
Vancouver
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Mureithi SM, Verdoodt A, Njoka JT, Gachene CK, Warinwa F, Van Ranst E. Impact of community conservation management on herbaceous layer and soil nutrients in a Kenyan semi-arid savannah. LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT. 2016;27(8):1820–30.
IEEE
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S. M. Mureithi, A. Verdoodt, J. T. Njoka, C. K. Gachene, F. Warinwa, and E. Van Ranst, “Impact of community conservation management on herbaceous layer and soil nutrients in a Kenyan semi-arid savannah,” LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT, vol. 27, no. 8, pp. 1820–1830, 2016.
@article{5706825,
  author       = {Mureithi, Stephen Mwangi and Verdoodt, Ann and Njoka, Jesse T and Gachene, Charles KK and Warinwa, Fiesta and Van Ranst, Eric},
  issn         = {1085-3278},
  journal      = {LAND DEGRADATION & DEVELOPMENT},
  keywords     = {conservation management,herbaceous vegetation,land zoning,livestock-wildlife interface rangeland condition,AFRICAN SAVANNA,LONG-TERM,GRAZING ANIMALS,SOUTH-AFRICA,NEW-ZEALAND,VEGETATION,DEGRADATION,RANGELAND,ECOSYSTEM,LIVESTOCK},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  number       = {8},
  pages        = {1820--1830},
  title        = {Impact of community conservation management on herbaceous layer and soil nutrients in a Kenyan semi-arid savannah},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ldr.2315},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2016},
}

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