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Rowan Martin

Rowan Martin qualified at Manchester University in the 1960s as an engineer and physicist and switched his career to wildlife and environmental issues in 1970. He worked for the Department of National Parks in Zimbabwe for 25 years and was head of wildlife and fisheries research in the department from 1987 - 1997. Since then, he has been working as a free-lance consultant in the Southern African region on a range of conservation and development projects.

Apart from wildlife ecology, his interests lie in land use planning and institutional structures. He is the author of the well-known Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE 1986) and has recently been advocating new models for State protected area management in southern Africa.

Rowan Martin

Independent Consultant
PO Box GD890
Greendale, Harare, Zimbabwe

(Tel) 263-73-3121
or 263-11-214464

mockingchat@zol.co.zw

View Rowan Martin's presentation,
"The Influence of Veterinary Control
Fences on Certain Wild Large Mammal
Species in the Caprivi Strip, Namibia"

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