bush clearing

The removal of brush using mechanical means, either by cutting manually or by using machinery for crushing, rolling, flailing, or chipping it, or by chemical means or a combination of these. (Source: DUNSTE)



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Buyer JS, Schmidt-Küntzel A, Nghikembua M, Maul JE, Marker LL 2016. Soil microbial communities following bush removal in a Namibian savanna. SOIL 2 101-110
Southern African Institute for Environmental Assessment (SAIEA) 2016. Strategic environmental assessment of large-scale bush thinning and value-addition activities in Namibia - Final Report.
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Bush thinning SEA Report FINAL FINAL.docx 4.23 MB
Tjilumbu L, Zimmermann I 2009. The influence of patch burning in the Thornbush savanna.
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The influence of patch burning in the Thornbush savanna.pdf 6.05 MB
Kauatjirue J, Shamathe K, Pringle HJR, Zimmermann I 2009. Pilot restoration project in a key fertile valley of the Highland Savanna.
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Restoration_Project_Namibian_Rangeland_Forum_2009 small.pdf 2.19 MB
Pringle H 2009. Rangelands as catchment ecosystems.
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Rangelands as catchment ecosystems small.pdf 5.48 MB
Bockmühl F 2009. The Platveld Aquifer Study (PAS).
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The Platveld Aquifer Study.pdf 5.23 MB
Zimmermann I, Joubert DF 2002. A crude quantification of wood that is and can be harvested from bush thickening species in Namibia. Proceedings of the First National Forestry Research Workshop held on 12 and 13 March 2002. Ministry of Environment and Tourism, Forestry Publication 9 56-66
Development Consultants for Southern Africa (DECOSA) 2015. Value added end-use opportunities for Namibian encroacher bush - support to De-Bushing Project.
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Biomass Value Chain Opportunities.pdf 8.74 MB
Lohmann D, Tietjen B, Blaum N, Joubert DF, Jeltsch F 2014. Prescribed fire as a tool for managing shrub encroachment in semi-arid savanna rangelands. Journal of Arid Environments 107 49-56
Moleele N, Ringrose S, Arnberg W, Lunden B, Vanderpost C 2001. Assessment of vegetation indexes useful for browse (forage) prediction in semi-arid rangelands. International Journal of Remote Sensing 22 (5) 741-756
Bond W, Midgley GF, Woodward F 2003. What controls South African vegetation-climate or fire?. South African Journal of Botany 69 (1) 79 - 91
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What controls South African vegetation_climate or fire.pdf 285.27 KB
Bester B 1996. Bush encroachment: a thorny problem.. Namibia Environment 1 175-177
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Bush encroachment_a thorny problem_1996.pdf 4.39 MB
Uaria-Kakujaha K, Kambatuku J 1995. Making a way through thick bush: The charcoal alternatives. Seeds: News, Opinion and insight about desertification in Namibia 1 1-7
Southern African Institute for Environmental Assessment (SAIEA) 2015. Strategic environmental assessment of large-scale bush thinning and value-addition activities in Namibia.
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SAIEA - Bush Thinning Stragetic Environmental Assessment 2016.pdf 2.7 MB
2016. Drought resilience: Bush-to-feed.
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Factsheet_Bush-to-Feed 2016.pdf 645.76 KB
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) 2016. Financing bush control: An overview of current and proposed financing programmes for bush harvesting and value addition.
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GIZ_deBushing_Financing Bush Control 2016.pdf 1.59 MB
Rothauge A 2017. Bush control manual.
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GIZ-deBushing-Bush Control Manual-2017.pdf 4.55 MB
Namibia Nature Foundation (NNF) 2016. Assessment of the macroeconomic benefits of de-bushing in Namibia.
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GIZ-Policy Brief on Bush thinning benefits 2016.pdf 323.51 KB