Table of contents for East African ecosystems and their conservation / edited by T.R. McClanahan and T.P. Young.


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PART I: Environmental and Human History
1. Historical Ecology, D.A. Livingstone
2. Paleoecology of Humans and their Ancestors, D.A. Burney
PART II: Marine Ecosystems
3. Oceanic Ecosystems and Pelagic Fisheries, T.R. McClanahan
4. Coral Reefs and Nearshore Fisheries, T.R. McClanahan and D.O. Obura
5. Intertidal Wetlands, R.K. Ruwa
PART III: Inland-Water Ecosystems
6. Rivers and Streams, S.D. Cooper
7. Saline and Freshwater Lakes of the Kenyan Rift Valley, J.M. Melack
8. The Great Lakes, L. Kaufman, L.J. Chapman and C.A. Chapman
9. Freshwater Wetlands and Marshes, D.M. Harper and K.M. Mavuti
PART IV: Grass, Shrub, and Woodland Ecosystems
10. Arid and Semi-Arid Ecosystems, D.M. Swift, M.B. Coughenour, and M. Atsedu
11. Savanna Ecosystems, H. Gichohi, E. Mwangi, and C. Gakahu
12. The Miombo Woodlands, W.A. Rodgers
PART V: Forest Ecosystems
13. Coastal Forests, N. Burgess, C.D. Fitzgibbon, and P. Clarke
14. Riverine Forests, K.E. Medley and F.M.R. Hughes
15. Mid-Elevation Forests: A History of Disturbance and Regeneration, C.A. Chapman and L.J. Chapman
16. High Montane Forest and Afroalpine Ecosystems, T.P. Young



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Biotic communities -- Africa, East.
Ecosystem management -- Africa, East.
Nature conservation -- Africa, East.