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Badabate Diwediga

Badabate Diwediga

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Publications (35)
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Les écosystèmes forestiers jouent un rôle important pour l’environnement parce qu’elles créent des trames écologiques favorables à la biodiversité. Les Ceintures Vertes Villageoises (CVV) de la préfecture de l’Avé constituent un patrimoine forestier dont les composantes ligneuses sont souvent utilisées par les populations riveraines pour satisfaire...
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This study conducted in Kloto District (Togo, West Africa) analysed time series land use transition carbon gains, losses, and emissions using a matrix of land use change and point-based emission and removal estimators. Land use transition experiment plots, slope gradient composite soil sampling methods across forest and agricultural lands were used...
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L'évaluation menée dans le paysage du point de partage des eaux de trois bassins versants du Mono au centre du Togo est une contribution à la gestion durable des habitats. 122 points d'échantillonnages constitués de parcelles de 5 ha suivant une maille de 1000 m ont été générés de façon régulière puis superposée au vecteur de la zone d'étude grâce...
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Expanding soil and water conservation (SWC) practices faces decision-making problems that are mainly caused by diversities of the environment and stakehold-er needs/preferences, as well as difficulties in anticipating planning outcomes. This study applies Integrated LAnd Management Planning Tool (iLAMPT) to examine possible management pathways to a...
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Cette étude porte sur la discrimination des modèles de production de bois énergie dans la Région Centrale du Togo. La méthodologie utilisée consiste à faire des enquêtes auprès de 300 producteurs de bois énergie à l'aide des questionnaires préétablis. Les données collectées, traitées par les techniques d'analyse multivariées permettent la discrimin...
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The aim of this study was to analyze and compare the changes in LULC and WBC for the periode before Nangbeto dam construction (1964-1986) and the period after its construction (1988-2010) in the Mono River Basin(MRB)
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The intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has predicted sub-tropical region to be more vulnerable to the effects of Climate Change(CC). Additionally, to CC, land use and land cover (LULC) changes and dam contruction often neglected, plays and important role on the spatial and temporal distribution of water balance components(WBC) for agricultur...
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Les formations boisées de la région Centrale du Togo, refuges de la biodiversité sont très convoitées pour le bois énergie. Cette situation est d'autant plus alarmante avec la prolifération des bassins de production compromettant la pérennité des ressources. Le manque de données scientifiques sur ces bassins constitue un gap pouvant aider à initier...
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In Togo, the Oti-Kéran-Mandouri (OKM) complex had important biological-oriented tourism activities in 1980s. However, degradation of ecosystems has negatively affected the biological resources of these protected areas. This study aims at analysing the current biological-based ecotourism potential of the OKM complex facing conservation challenges. T...
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Soil salinity is a major issue causing land degradation in coastal areas. In this study, we assessed the land use and soil salinity changes in Djilor district (Senegal) using remote sensing and field data. We performed land use land cover changes for the years 1984, 1994, 2007, and 2017. Electrical conductivity was measured from 300 soil samples co...
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Les offres touristiques dans les aires protégées sont le plus souvent orientées vers les potentialités biologiques. Prenant le cas des aires protégées du complexe Oti-Kéran-Mandouri, cette étude relève qu'il existe également un potentiel écotouristique lié à l'histoire à valoriser. Ainsi sur la base d'enquêtes ethnographiques et de visites de terra...
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Climate change and anthropogenic pressures are increasingly affecting land resources, especially wetlands. This work is a contribution to the sustainable management of wetlands in Togo, particularly in the Ogou basin, which are still not been the focus of scientific investigations. The objectives of this study are to (i) map the diversity of wetlan...
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Description of the subject. Important changes in cropping seasons caused by a decrease and erratic patterns in rainfall have forced farmers to redefine their agricultural calendars, which are based on local knowledge. Objectives. The objective of this study was to promote local knowledge used in farming schedules. The specific objectives were to id...
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Assessment of changes in carbon stock from land use and land cover change in necessary for carbon emissions/removals monitoring and enable countries to comply in line with the Good Practice Guidance of IPCC. This study aimed to estimate and map the historical changes in carbon emission and removal from land use and land cover change from 1986 to 20...
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This research was carried out in order to estimate the amount of biomass available in riparian ecosystems of Sudanian areas in northern Togo. It aimed at evaluating the land cover pattern and the productivity of tree biomass. A field survey was carried out in order to sample trees’ diameter (DBH > 10 cm) and height using rectangular sample plots of...
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Depuis des décennies, les populations paysannes se sont toujours servies des végétaux ou animaux comme repères dans la gestion de l'espace. La présente étude s'est déroulée dans la zone guinéenne du Togo et a pour objectif principal de valoriser les savoirs locaux sur les indicateurs de dégradation ou de fertilité de sols. Ce but est atteint grâce...
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Livestock contributes to the economies of local populations in developing countries, but remains dependent on the availability of natural vegetation. The aim of this study was to characterize the grazing plant formations (FVP) of the Mono basin. A total of 63 sampling plot conducted in the plant communities of the area identified 311 species in 58...
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L’étude est une contribution à la connaissance de la flore, des valeurs nutritionnelle et fourragère des paysages pastoraux de la plaine du Mono au Togo. Au sein de ces paysages, l’inventaire harmonisé a porté sur 203 placettes installées le long des transects suivant le gradient d’humidité du sol et d’anthropisation. Ainsi, 497 espèces végétales i...
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This study investigates proximate drivers of cropland and forest degradation in the Kloto district (Togo, West Africa) as a way of exploring integrated sustainable landscape approaches with respect to socioeconomic and environmental needs and requirements. Net change analysis of major cash and food crops based on Landsat data from three time steps...
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This study investigates proximate drivers of cropland and forest degradation in Kloto district (Togo, West Africa) as, way of, exploring integrated sustainable landscape approaches in respect to socio-economic and environmental needs and requirements. Net change analysis of major cash and food crops based on three time steps Landsat data (1985–2002...
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The rural landscapes in Central Togo are experiencing severe land degradation, including soil erosion. However, spatially distributed information has scarcely been produced to identify the effects of landscape pattern dynamics on ecosystem services, especially the soil erosion control. In addition, relevant information for sustainable land and soil...
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In this study, historical landscape dynamics were investigated to (i) map the land use/cover types for the years 1972, 1987, 2000 and 2014; (ii) determine the types and processes of landscape dynamics; and (iii) assess the landscape fragmentation and habitat loss over time. Supervised classification of multi-temporal Landsat images was used through...
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Quantification of carbon and nitrogen in soils in relation to ecological, landform and management factors over river basins is essential to understand landscape ecosystem functions and efforts to manage land restoration and the reduction of greenhouse gasses emissions. Therefore, this research aimed at providing distribution of the potential storag...
Thesis
In order to support integrated landscapes and restoration efforts, this research focused on the assessment and monitoring of the spatio-temporal land use/cover change (LUCC) and degradation in the Mo River Basin (a subunit of the Volta basin of about 1,490 km2 in Central Togo). Field measurements, legacy and ancillary data were subjected to sequent...
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In mountainous areas, biophysical settings and human disturbances strongly influence landscape pat-terns and dynamics requiring a permanent understanding of their combined influence. In this study, we investigated the diversity and patterns of wild landscapes in relation to ecological factors, human disturbances and land protection regime in the Mo...
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This paper presents an investigation on the current state of, and the local level of awareness on, rural land degradation in Mo basin (Togo). Therefore, questionnaires were used to gather data using the professional farmer as unit of interview. In total, 108 key informants were interviewed. Farming characteristics and systems, the causes and indica...
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Aims: This study aims to contribute to the sustainable management of S. setigera, a native gum and multipurpose tree in Togo. Especially, it aims to: (i) Assess the diversity of woody species within S. setigera stands, and (ii) Analyze the distribution, abundance and structure of S. setigera trees, according to contrasting environmental factors and...

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I can see contrasting formulas. Sj=C/(A+B-C) and Sj = C/(A+B+C) where A is the species number of community 1; B is the species number of community 2 and C the number of shared species between communities 1 and 2.
Which one is correct?

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Projects (4)
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assess and map the above ground biomass, carbon and CO2 emissions from land cover changes in an area recognised as zone of conflict in Ghana.
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Ecologie des pâturages et les facteurs directeurs de la dégradation des formations végétales