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Brandeburg University of Technology (BUT) Cottbus (2006)

Status of wildlife and its utilisation in Faro and Benoué National Parks North Cameroon : case study of the Derby eland (Taurotragus derbianus gigas Gray, 1947) and the African wild dog (Lycaon pictus Temminck, 1840)

Angwafo, Tsi Evaristus

Titre : Status of wildlife and its utilisation in Faro and Benoue ? National Parks North Cameroon : case study of the Derby eland (Taurotragus derbianus gigas Gray, 1947) and the African wild dog (Lycaon pictus Temminck, 1840)

Auteur : Angwafo, Tsi Evaristus

Université de soutenance : Brandeburg University of Technology (BUT) Cottbus

Grade : Doctoral Thesis 2006

Descriptif
Primary and secondary data were collected during the period of January – May 2005 and questionnaires were issued between August – December 2004 to know the Status of Wildlife and its Utilisation in Faro and Benoué National Parks North Cameroon : Case study of the Derby Eland (Taurotragus derbianus gigas Gray, 1947) and the African Wild Dog (Lycaon pictus Temminck, 1840). The line transect method was used to assess wildlife population. Geographical Information System (GIS) maps of Faro and Benoué National Parks were drawn to show their distribution

Mots clés : Wildbestand Cameroon ; National park ; Wildlife population

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