As this phase of pastoralism
collapsed from the 1930s, the cultural dualism that Dutton had mastered as a droving Aborigine was rendered meaningless.
While this narrative focuses on a period of about thirty years from the late-1970s through the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century, its introduction reaches back to the origins of pastoralism
Moreover, their genetic analysis revealed strong evidence of recent positive selection affecting several variants associated with this trait in African populations, most likely in response to the cultural development of pastoralism
As newcomers to the delicate balance of food, water, biomass, and all the other factors of African pastoralism
continue to ignore or carve away the realities of African pastoralism
, the fewer people and animals can survive.
Policymakers often view nomadic pastoralism
as an archaic and unproductive way of life, with little economic benefit.
The patchy uptake of pastoralism
prior to 1000 BC was followed by rapid and wholesale replacement of lithic, ceramic and subsistence technologies after that date.
In arid and semi-arid areas, pastoralism
has an important logic and science, based on indigenous knowledge developed, tested, and applied over time.
The latter follow the main themes of the book and are illustrative of its focus: "Experimentation and regulation, pastoralism
and mining, 1850 to 1890" (chapter 2), "Federation, engineering, and a 'watershed' perspective, 1890 to 1956" (chapter 4), and "Challenging national development: dams and irrigation, 1956-1990" (chapter 6).
Topics such as the use of space technology to find underground water in the desert to pastoralism
in arid regions were explored during these sessions.
She stressed that DREA and CTA had already forged strong partnerships through collaborative efforts in popularising the AU's Policy Framework on Pastoralism
as well as engagements DREA has had with CTA organised Development Policy Briefings.
Release date- 22102012 - Geographers from the University of Leicester are involved in research on pastoralism
, environment and livelihoods at a critical juncture in decision making over the future of Mongolia's rural areas.
The head of state stated that most of the country's economic activities are dependent on a natural resources base such as mining, agriculture, pastoralism
, fishing and tourism.