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Nelson Mandela University (2020)

Addo Elephant National Park 1900 – 1955 : An Environmental History of the struggle between elephants and emerging commercial farmers in the Sundays River Valley

Jones, Nicholas Austen Inskip

Titre : Addo Elephant National Park 1900 – 1955 : An Environmental History of the struggle between elephants and emerging commercial farmers in the Sundays River Valley

Auteur : Jones, Nicholas Austen Inskip

Université de soutenance : Nelson Mandela University

Grade : Masters of Arts 2020

Résumé
The research covers the first half of the 20th Century in the Sundays River Valley, and the relations between the elephants and the local farmers. The research includes some discussion of the implementation of new ideas to agriculture, irrigation, and colonial settlement with the interplay between the colonial farmers and the Administration. There is reference to the early politics surrounding nature conservation and the difficulties faced by farmers from wildlife and the difficulty wildlife face trying to co-exist alongside early intensive commercial agriculture.Included is the decision making process of the Colonial administration with reference to wildlife and agriculture relating to charismatic animal species.

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