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Pina Lena Lammers
University of Hildesheim
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Last.Jasmin Mantilla-Contreras (University of Hildesheim)H-Index: 8
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Abstract Nature conservation in tropical developing countries is particularly challenging as the human population is highly dependent on natural resources. Several approaches, such as small-scale, community-based conservation projects aiming to generate benefits for the community, have been applied to alleviate poverty and at the same time promote conservation. In Madagascar such projects are considered a promising alternative as large-scale conservation often fails. However, few evaluations to ...
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#1Pina Lena Lammers (University of Hildesheim)H-Index: 1
#2Torsten Richter (University of Hildesheim)H-Index: 5
Last.Jasmin Mantilla-Contreras (University of Hildesheim)H-Index: 8
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The Alaotra wetlands represent the biggest lake and wetland complex in Madagascar and are home of several endemic species. The region constitutes the largest rice production area and inland fishery of Madagascar. Rice and fish are the main local sources of income. While the population has increased fivefold during the last 40 years, the growing need for resources is continuously increasing the pressure on the wetland system. In this study, vegetation and water parameters were collected within th...
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