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Landscape Evolution In Southern Africa And Zimbabwe: Traditional And Recent Views
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1989-12)
The objectives of this paper are firstly, to outline traditional ideas on landscape evolution in Southern Africa; secondly, to present more recent views on landscape evolution of relevance to this part of Africa; and ...
Environmental Education Through The Use Of Erosional Features
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) (formerly Geographical Society of Rhodesia.), 1980-12)
This article is based upon teaching materials prepared for the FAO Southern Africa Training Programme (Overseas Development Group, Norwich) and in preparation for another FAC project in land use and regional planning, ...
Brief Notes On The Geology And Landforms To Be Seen In The Harare - Mutare - Chiredzi - Masvingo - Harare Region
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1987-08-31)
The object of these notes is to give brief explanations of the major landforms and geological structures which may be seen from the bus during the field trip to the eastern part of Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe forms part of the ...
Determination of land policy in Zimbabwe
(Institute of Development Studies, Zimbabwe (ZIDS. ), 1982-03)
This paper which focuses on the determinants of land policy will consist of two sections. The first section will attempt to desribe the background or context in which Zimbabwe’s land policy has evolved since independence ...
The Save Study: Background and Methodology
(University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Publications., 1988)
Considerable international debate has taken place on the relationship between economic development and its environmental implications (Sandbach, 1980). Historically, developed countries that have single- mindedly pursued ...
Granitic Bornhardts And Associated Landform Features In Zimbabwe
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1983-09)
Steep-sided convex domes or bomhardts are characteristic of about one third of the granitic ‘ landscapes in central and eastern Zimbabwe. These features are associated with batholith intrusions which make up a large portion, ...
Woodfuel Traps And Consumption Patterns In Salisbury's Townships
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) ( formerly Geographical Society of Rhodesia.), 1980-12)
The problem of getting cheap firewood is now common is Salisbury's townships. It is getting worse each day as the removal of indigenous timber in the townships' surroundings becomes widespread. Many third world countries ...
The Role Of Inland Waters In Nature Conservation, Food Production And Outdoor Recreation In Zimbabwe
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1986-12)
Zimbabwe is a landlocked country with no significant natural lakes. It lies astride the watershed between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers and forms part of the high southern African plateau, which is here separated from the ...
Peri-Urban Deforestation In Harare, 1955 - 1980
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) ( formerly Geographical Society of Rhodesia.), 1983-09)
Deforestation is the removal or destruction of woody plant species, or of forest and woodland vegetation types. This may be in the form of selective felling of trees from woodlands or the entire clearance of wooded areas, ...
The Main Environmental Factors Restricting 'Development In The U.S.S.R'
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1982-08)