Originally published in 1979, Wildlife Management in Savannah Woodland provides a multidisciplinary approach to the environment. Developed by local scientists with a deep knowledge and understanding of the local situation, the book provides a pragmatic and realistic approach to West African conditions.

chapter 4|7 pages

Matrix approach to population dynamics

ByJ. K. Egunjobi

chapter 5|8 pages

A model for predicting age in ungulates

ByC. A. Spinage

chapter 8|11 pages

Veterinary aspects of ecological monitoring

ByM. H. Woodford

part |2 pages

Section 2. Habitat Utilization

chapter 12|9 pages

The nutritive value of browse and its importance in traditional pastoralism

ByW. L. Brinckman and P. N. de Leeuw

chapter 13|13 pages

Species preferences of domestic ruminants grazing Nigerian Savannah

ByP. N. de Leeuw

chapter 15|9 pages

Habitat selection and economic importance of rodents in Moor Plantation, Ibadan, Nigeria

ByOluwadare Funmilayo, Modupe Akande

chapter 16|6 pages

Body weight, diet and reproduction of rats and mice in the forest zones of south-western Nigeria

ByOluwadare Funmilayo, Modupe Akande

chapter 17|9 pages

Some aspects of the physiology of the domesticated African giant rat

ByM. O. Olowo-Okorun