Population Growth and Agricultural Change in Africa

By B. L. Turner; Goran Hyden et al. | Go to book overview

ILLUSTRATIONS
Fig. 1.1. Expectations of the Population-Agricultural Growth Relationship: Theoretical Traditions2
Fig. 1.2. Index of Per Capita Food Production5
Fig. 1.3. Pathways from Agricultural Growth to Improved Well-Being11
Fig. 1.4. Relationships among Measures of Agricultural Intensification13
Fig. 1.5. Locations of Case Studies28
Fig. 2.1. Uganda Districts, 199342
Fig. 2.2. The Bushenyi Study Area44
Fig. 2.3. Banana and Pasture in Igara County, Bushenyi District56
Fig. 3.1. Kenya and Meru District81
Fig. 3.2. Meru District: Agro-Ecological Zones85
Fig. 3.3. Tea Production in Highland Meru95
Fig. 4.1. Usambara Mountains, Tanzania116
Fig. 5.1. Rwanda147
Fig. 5.2. Ruhengeri Prefecture148
Fig. 5.3. Ruhengeri Prefecture: Topography150
Fig. 5.4. Wetland Raised Fields/Mounding and Adjacent Slope Cultivation, Ruhengeri Prefecture152
Fig. 5.5. Land-Use Catena, Central Plateau, Rwanda156
Fig. 5.6. Population Density, Ruhengeri Prefecture158
Fig. 5.7. Population Growth, Ruhengeri Prefecture159
Fig. 5.8. Contoured Bands/Ridges on Steep Slopes in the Haute Buberuka Zone, Ruhengeri Prefecture164
Fig. 5.9. Natural Erosion, Ruhengeri Prefecture167
Fig. 5.10. Theoretical Erosion, Ruhengeri Prefecture169
Fig. 6.1. Kisii District, Kenya189
Fig. 6.2. General Soil Fertility, Kisii District191

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