Journal of
Ecology and The Natural Environment

  • Abbreviation: J. Ecol. Nat. Environ.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9847
  • DOI: 10.5897/JENE
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 389

Table of Content: May 2016; 8(5)

May 2016

Bumpy road to improved mangrove resilience in the Douala Estuary, Cameroon

Mangrove stands in the Western and Central African countries especially that of Cameroon are declining due to diverse drivers. Actually, Rhizophora racemosa stands in the Cameroon Estuary have been degraded through over-exploitation for fish smoking, pole-wood extraction and fuel wood harvesting by local people in the midst where there is no specific law protecting this ecosystem. Recently, community-based mangrove...

Author(s): Jean-Hude, E. Moudingo, Gordon, N. Ajonina, Mbarga, A. Bindzi and Bertin N. Tchikangwa

May 2016

Assessment of types of damage and causes of human-wildlife conflict in Gera district, south western Ethiopia

Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) exists in different forms all over the world and is experienced more in developing countries. The conflict between human and wildlife ranks among the main threats to biodiversity conservation and has become frequent and severe in different parts of Africa. In the author s’ previous study, five species of wildlife were identified as the main crop raiding species in Gera, southwestern...

Author(s): Leta Gobosho Amaja, Debela Hunde Feyssa and Tariku Mekonnen Gutema

May 2016

Floristic composition and plant community types of Agama Forest, an “Afromontane Forest” in Southwest Ethiopia

Tropical Afromontane forests are among the most species-rich ecosystems on earth and comprise exceptional species richness and high concentrations of endemic species. The natural forest of Agama, an Afromontane forest, was studied with the objectives of determining its species composition, diversity and community types. Systematic sampling design was used to collect vegetation data. Soil samples were taken from each...

Author(s): Admassu Addi, Teshome Soromessa, Ensermu Kelbessa, Abyot Dibaba and Alemayehu Kefalew