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    • North African wetland lakes: characterization of nine sites included in the CASSARINA Project 

      Ramdani, Mohammed; Flower, Roger J.; Elkhiati, Najat; Kraïem, Mohammed M.; Fathi, Adel A.; Birks, Hilary H.; Patrick, Simon T. (Springer, 2001)
      Exploitation of land and water resources has increased rapidly in North Africa during the 20th century, paralleling regional population growth. As part of the CASSARINA Project (see Flower, 2001), the environmental status ...
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    • Open water zooplankton communities in North African wetland lakes: the CASSARINA Project 

      Ramdani, Mohammed; Elkhiati, Najat; Flower, Roger J.; Birks, Hilary H.; Kraïem, Mejdidine M.; Fathi, Adel A.; Patrick, Simon T. (Springer, 2001)
      Zooplankton (Copepoda, Cladocera, Ostracoda, Rotifera and Diptera larvae) in nine North African lakes was collected from open water areas over twenty months during 1997/99. The results were used to monitor changes in the ...
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    • Radiometrically determined dates and sedimentation rates for recent sediments in nine North African wetland lakes (the CASSARINA Project) 

      Appleby, P. G.; Birks, Hilary H.; Flower, Roger J.; Rose, Neil L.; Peglar, Sylvia M.; Ramdani, Mohammed; Kraïem, Mohammed M.; Fathi, Adel A. (Springer, 2001)
      Sediment cores were collected from nine wetland lakes in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt for the CASSARINA project investigating environmental change in Northern African wetlands. The cores were dated radiometrically by using ...
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    • Traditional nomadic tending of trees in the Red Sea Hills 

      Andersen, Gidske L.; Krzywinski, Knut; Talib, Mohamed; Saadallah, Ahmed Ebaid Mohamed; Hobbs, Joseph J.; Pierce, Richard H. (Elsevier, 2014-04-12)
      There are recurring questions about the ecological sustainability of indigenous resource management and what traditional ecological knowledge and rationale underlie such practices. Pastoral nomads from the Hadandawa, Amar ...
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