1 edition of Conservation survey of the southern highlands of Jordan found in the catalog.
Conservation survey of the southern highlands of Jordan
in Durham? Eng.]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 90-93.
|Statement||[by S. G. Willimott and others.|
|Contributions||Willimott, S. G.|
|LC Classifications||S934.J6 C66|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||72194258|
Wildlife Survey & Monitoring; Practical Conservation Equipment; Academic & Professional Books Mountain Flowers looks at the British 9 The Lake District and Northumberland 10 The Southern Uplands 11 The Glens of Angus and Aberdeenshire 12 Hills of the southern Highlands 13 The Breadalbane hills 14 The Cairngorms and north-east Highlands. The northern segment of the Jordan Valley, known in Arabic as the Ghor, is the nation’s most fertile contains the Jordan River and extends from the northern border down to the Dead Sea. The Jordan River rises from several sources, mainly the Anti-Lebanon Mountains in Syria, and flows down into Lake Tiberias (the Sea of Galilee), meters below sea level.
reviews sweetpotato-based cropping systems in the highlands of PNG. It also describes the lessons learnt from survey methodologies used to assess the socioeconomic and biophysical constraints to sweetpotato production in this area. Case studies from similar surveys done in Nigeria and northern New South Wales, Australia, are included as examples. A year later he set up the Southern Highlands Conservation Program (SHCP) to protect key mountain species and habitats. A decade and a half on, the program is Tanzanian run with a staff of 40, and a string of research and conservation successes. He designed the SHCP around research, protected area management and community conservation.
Jordan is a Middle Eastern country located between N. Latitudes 29° 11’ and 33° 22’ and E. Longitudes 34° 59’ and 39° 12’. It is bordered by Syria to the north, Iraq to the east, Saudi Arabia to the east and south, and Israel and the West Bank to the west. The Gulf of Aqaba, located in the southwest of Jordan, is the country’s only outlet to the Red Sea. Although Jordan is a Cited by: 3. To study the soils of Southern Highland Zone of Tanzania, four representative pedons of some landscapes were characterized. Their names and identifiers are Seatondale, Mbimba, Inyala, and Uyole, respectively Tz T Tz and TzUy The pedons were formed from the weathering of among other materials, colluvial igneous rocks, alluvium, eluvial soils, laterite, lacustrine sands Author: Johnson Godlove Mtama, Balthazar Michael Msanya, Charles Lee Burras.
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For the purposes of conservation and development the Southern Highlands of Jordan should initially te divided into three zones: a Forest Zone, a Grazing Zone, the 'Jadi Bottoms.
The Forest Zone Objectives 1. The establishment of complete watershed management for soil conservation. The local supply of small timber for roofing and fencing.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Conservation survey of the southern highlands of Jordan. Durham. Eng.] (OCoLC) Document Type. Conservation Survey of the Southern Highlands of Jordan. Author(s) Willimott, S.G.; Birch, B.P.
Publisher: University of Durham. Country:JO. Online: full text: On paper: Keyword(s) (cab) erosion / mapping / soil conservation / Asia / Jordan: Categories: Soil Science (General) Publication type: Monograph: Language: English: Comments: There.
In the southern highlands, the forest resources are in a much more degraded state, and little detailed work has been undertaken on them. However, one of the authors (Atkinson) was a member of a survey team which carried out a conserva-tion survey for the Government of Jordan. The results of the short Kaijende Highlands RAP survey were spectacular and it is clear that additional biodiversity surveys targeting habitats and elevations not covered during the RAP survey will document numerous additional species in the proposed Mt.
Kaijende Conservation Area. Conservation Land Management (CLM) is a quarterly magazine that is widely regarded as essential reading for all who are involved in land management for nature conservation, across the British Isles.
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Rainfall in Jordan in the Water Year /, Technical Paper No. 32, Amman. Hunting Technical Services Ltd., Report on the Range Classification Survey of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, London, Cited by: Status Survey and Conservation Action Plan for the Hainan Gibbon – VERSION I (Last Updated November ) Book.
Full-text available. Conservation Survey of the Southern Highlands of Jordan. NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT STRATEGY FOR JORDAN A Resource Book of Information and Guidelines for Action (Translated from Arabic) The NES Project was co-sponsored by The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and the U.
Agency for International Development Technical advice was provided by the International Union for Conservation of Nature Gland, SWITZERLANDFile Size: 1MB. Those highlands have a Mediterranean climate characterized by a hot, dry summer and a cool, wet winter separated by two short transitional periods.
The southern and eastern parts of the country are arid with hot dry summers and cold dry winters. Temperature increases towards the south, with exceptions in some southern Size: KB. The research started on-station and widened the geographical coverage of CA trials and promotions on-farm from two to 18 villages (Mkomwa et al., ) in Southern highlands of Tanzania.
An onstation study was undertaken to evaluate influence of CA planting methods on labour, weed and maize yields. The mammal fauna of Wanakipa, Southern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea Kristofer M. Helgen, Muse D. Opiang, and William H.
Thomas Summary We undertook a survey of mammal diversity and indigenous knowledge of mammals in Hewa country, in the vicinity of Wanakipa village, Southern Highlands Province, during July The second phase of the project directly benefits 75 per cent of the total rural population of the southern highlands, one of Jordan's poorest regions, by improving food and water security and income levels.
Poverty in the area affects mainly farmers and landless people, particularly women. The Highlands of Jordan. Photo: Fanack Highlands. The highlands, which make up most of Jordan, are divided, north to south, into three parts.
Sawad al-Urdunn, ‘the arable land of the [River] Jordan’, lies between two tributaries to the River Jordan, the Yarmouk, to the north, and the Zarqa, further south. LANDSLIDES IN CENTRAL JORDAN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE MARCH RAINSTORM mm hr -1 are recorded in the Jordan highlands including Conservation Survey of the Southern.
Book Description: Originally published inthis report is a compilation of a survey evaluating issues with the local environment in the Southern Highlands. The report is based on a five-day teacher institute and a school year assessment.
Eastern Jordan, which encompasses about 92% of the country's land area, is made up of a section (average elevation: 2, ft/ m) of the Arabian Plateau that in the northeast includes part of the Syrian Desert.
In the western part of the plateau are the Jordanian Highlands, which include Jabal Ramm (5, ft/1, m), Jordan's loftiest point. The book was presented to the Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) as one of PNG’s only long term high biodiversity data sets for the country.
The book describes the biodiversity in the Hela and Southern Highlands provinces in as well as the methods used to undertake the biodiversity surveys. The book was presented to the Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) as one of PNG’s only long-term high biodiversity data sets for the country.
The book describes the biodiversity in the Hela and Southern Highlands provinces in as well as the methods used to undertake the biodiversity surveys. Important surveys in Jordan National breeding surveys of rare, poorly known and geographically restricted species in Jordan are shedding light on current distribution and threats to bird habitats, such as windfarms in the southern highlands and unsustainable farming and overgrazing in Wadi Araba and the Jordan Valley.
Occasional summits in this region reach 1, meters in the northern part and exceed 1, meters in the southern part; the highest peak is Jabal Ramm at 1, meters (though the highest peak in all of Jordan is Jabal Umm al Dami at meters.
It is located in a remote part of southern Jordan). These highlands are an area of long-settled.Contact: Tony Hill (President) Walks Contact: Joan Lowe Email: [email protected] Highlands Great Eastern Ranges Link The Southern Highlands region is a crucial East-West link between the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and Morton National Park.
The area was historically cleared for farming, but more recent urban expansion has led to further clearing. The Southern Highlands contains a series of significant fragments.