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CHALLENGES FACING WETLAND CONSERVATION
Drainage of wetlands has been a major environmental problem worldwide. Major wetlands reserves have been greatly drained to give way to the vast growing populations.The paper has looked into factors that are leading to these challenges.
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Table of contents
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN CONSERVATION OF WETLAND AREAS, A CASE STUDY OF LAKE ELEMENTAITA 2
BACKGROUND INFORMATION 3
GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE 3
KENYAN SITUASTION 3
LAKE ELEMENTAITA 4
PROBLEM STATEMENT 5
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY 6
OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY 6
AS SUCH THE SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES ARE. 6
LITERATURE REVIEW 7
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK 10
NATURAL RESOURCES AND TRAGEDY OF THE COMMONS 10
STUDY AREA. 11
TARGET POPULATION 11
SAMPLE SIZE AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUES 11
DATA COLLECTION METHODS 11
DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION 11
Preview of the essay: CHALLENGES FACING WETLAND CONSERVATION
Wetlands play a vital role in the ecosystem. Wetlands recharge and discharge streams and rivers, they also play an important role in water purification by removing pollutants. Wetlands act as segment filters thereby reducing the silt load in runoff or in streams waters. They are also important water storage systems that are reservoirs; the rate of evaporation of water is lower in wetlands than in open vegetation. They are ...
... will be in form of a study .Observation, interviews and questionnaires will be taken in this regard.
In line with the objectives, the study will target the whole community from which representatives samples will be taken for the study.
SAMPLE SIZE AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUES.
studied under homesteads with a population of over 5000 people surrounding the wetland the population will be reduce the size to approximately 400 people and a sample of 40 respondents will be taken.
DATA COLLECTION METHODS
Data collection will be from both primary and secondary sources. Primary data will be collected through questionnaires, interviews and observations. Secondary data will be collected by reviewing publications, journals, magazines and the World Wide Web.
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