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Douffissa, A. (1993) L’élevage bovin dans le Mbere (Adamaoua-Cameroun). Collection Etudes et theses, Editions de l’ORSTOM, 274 p.

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  • TITLE: Dynamics of the Vegetation Landscapes of the Mbere Valley’s National Park and Its Southern Periphery

    AUTHORS: Narke Jean Cyrille, Aoudou Doua Sylvain

    KEYWORDS: Dynamics, Landscapes Vegetations, National Park, Periphery, Mbere Valley

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Ecology, Vol.7 No.6, June 29, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The present study is about the dynamics of the vegetation landscapes of the Mbere Valley’s National Park and its southern periphery (MVNP). The physical and human characteristics of this area, translated by an inter-twining of natural, anthropic and institutional factors, predispose its vegetation cover to a dynamic which can be progressive or regressive according to the dominant factor. The present study aims at reconstituting the various space-time variations of the MVNP vegetation cover and its periphery between 1987 and 2014, and at determining the processes and the factors having supported these space-time variations of vegetation cover. The methodological step consists of an association of fieldwork and remote sensing in order to characterize the vegetation cover, to reconstitute the evolution of the vegetation cover and to determine the main factors of the processes of this evolution or dynamic. The diachronic analysis shows that the dynamics of the vegetation cover was marked by a progressive evolution between 1987 and 1999, and a regressive evolution between 1999 and 2014. On the base of fieldwork observations and the socio-economic surveys, it arises that the dynamics of the vegetation cover of the valley of Mbere and its periphery is subjected to the combined influence of the natural conditions, from the recurring anthropic disturbances as well as the weight of regulatory measures.