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Gap characteristics and regeneraion in Bwindi Impenerable National Park, Uganda
Before Bwindi Impenetrable forest, Uganda, became a national park in 1991, there was a high level of human activity in much of the forest, especially cutting of large trees for timber by pitsawyers. This created extensive ...
Conservation of Indigenous Plants of Socio-economic Importance in Tororo District, Eastern Uganda
(Network of Ugandan Researchers and Research Users (NURRU), 2004-06)
Indigenous plants of socio-economic importance were assessed in Osukuru County, Tororo District, eastern Uganda between 2003 and 2004. The study was funded by the Network of Ugandan Researchers and Research Users (NURRU). ...
Biodiversity monitoring in Eastern Africa
(Blackwell Publishing, 2008)
Amending Soils with Hydrogels Increases the Biomass of Nine Tree Species under Non-water Stress Conditions
(WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH, 2009-07)
The classical aim of the application of super absorbent polyacrylate (SAPs) hydrogels is the prolonging of plant survival under water stress. Their effect on plant growth during non-water stress conditions is not known. ...
Rwenzori Mountains Conservation and Environment Management Project
(United States Agency for International Development (USAID), 2007-08)
Understanding sitatunga (Tragelaphus spekii) habitats through diet analysis in Rushebeya-Kanyabaha wetland, Uganda
Between January and December 2008, we assessed the diet and habitat selection of sitatunga, a highly endangered tropical wetland antelope threatened by habitat loss in Rushebeya-Kanyabaha wetland. Microhistological ...
Wildlife snaring in Budongo Forest Reserve, Uganda
Snaring is an indiscriminate vertebrate trapping method that has maimed more than 36% of an estimated 700 resident chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) of Budongo Forest Reserve. This study was conducted in two phases to assess ...