Dr. Paul Scholte
Dr. Paul Scholte
GIZ-Ivory Coast
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When protection falters
T Caro, P Scholte
African Journal of Ecology 45 (3), 233-235, 2007
Open access, open systems: pastoral management of common-pool resources in the Chad Basin
M Moritz, P Scholte, IM Hamilton, S Kari
Human Ecology 41 (3), 351-365, 2013
The climate of Socotra Island (Yemen): a first-time assessment of the timing of the monsoon wind reversal and its influence on precipitation and vegetation patterns
P Scholte, P De Geest
Journal of Arid Environments 74 (11), 1507-1515, 2010
Will dragonblood survive the next period of climate change? Current and future potential distribution of Dracaena cinnabari (Socotra, Yemen)
F Attorre, F Francesconi, N Taleb, P Scholte, A Saed, M Alfo, F Bruno
Biological Conservation 138 (3-4), 430-439, 2007
The return of the water: restoring the Waza Logone Floodplain in Cameroon
PE Loth
IUCN, 2004
Immigration: a potential time bomb under the integration of conservation and development
P Scholte
Ambio, 58-64, 2003
Towards understanding large mammal population declines in Africa's protected areas: a West-Central African perspective
P Scholte
Tropical Conservation Science 4 (1), 1-11, 2011
Floodplain rehabilitation and the future of conservation & development: adaptive management of success in Waza-Logone, Cameroon
PT Scholte
Leiden University, 2005
Mobile pastoralists in the Logone floodplain distribute themselves in an ideal free distribution
M Moritz, IM Hamilton, YJ Chen, P Scholte
Current Anthropology 55 (1), 115-122, 2014
The demise of the nomadic contract: arrangements and rangelands under pressure in the Far North of Cameroon
M Moritz, P Scholte, S Kari
Nomadic Peoples, 124-143, 2002
African wetlands and their seasonal use by wild and domestic herbivores
RWS Fynn, M Murray-Hudson, M Dhliwayo, P Scholte
Wetlands Ecology and Management 23 (4), 559-581, 2015
An integrated approach to modeling grazing pressure in pastoral systems: the case of the Logone floodplain (Cameroon)
M Moritz, E Soma, P Scholte, N Xiao, L Taylor, T Juran, S Kari
Human Ecology 38 (6), 775-789, 2010
Floodplain rehabilitation in North Cameroon: impact on vegetation dynamics
P Scholte, P Kirda, S Adam, B Kadiri
Applied Vegetation Science 3 (1), 33-42, 2000
From Debaste to Insight: There Models of Immigration to Protectected Areas
P Scholte, WT De Groot
Conservation Biology 24 (2), 630-632, 2010
Pastoralist responses to floodplain rehabilitation in North Cameroon
P Scholte, S Kari, M Moritz, H Prins
Human ecology 34 (1), 27-51, 2006
Rangeland governance in an open system: Protecting transhumance corridors in the Far North Province of Cameroon
M Moritz, BL Catherine, AK Drent, S Kari, A Mouhaman, P Scholte
Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice 3 (1), 1-10, 2013
Population trends of antelopes in Waza National Park (Cameroon) from 1960 to 2001: the interacting effects of rainfall, flooding and human interventions
P Scholte, S Adam, BK Serge
African journal of ecology 45 (3), 431-439, 2007
Maximum flood depth characterizes above-ground biomass in African seasonally shallowly flooded grasslands
P Scholte
Journal of Tropical Ecology 23 (1), 63-72, 2007
When conservation precedes development: a case study of the opening up of the Socotra archipelago, Yemen
P Scholte, A Al-Okaishi, AS Suleyman
Oryx 45 (3), 401-410, 2011
Social-ecological feedbacks lead to unsustainable lock-in in an inland fishery
S Laborde, A Fernández, SC Phang, IM Hamilton, N Henry, HC Jung, ...
Global Environmental Change 41, 13-25, 2016
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