7 days of field survey from 12th to 20th of March, 2021 to assess the availability of palatable browse for the black rhinoceros (woody, forb & liana species below two meters) in Murchinson Falls National Park & Bugungu Wildlife Reserve
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Goodman, P.S. (2021) An assessment of the habitat suitability and carrying capacity of black rhinoceros in Murchison Falls National Park. Unpublished report. TotalEnergies & UWA, Kampala Uganda.
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Uganda - Murchinson Falls National Park & Bugungu Wildlife Reserve
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-1.099, 28.74], North East [4.04, 35.156]|
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|Start Date / End Date||2021-03-12 / 2021-03-20|
A physical survey of 43 circular plots of 700 m2 placed near but out of the sphere of influence of the available access roads in the Park: 24 north of the Victoria Nile and 19 south of the Victoria Nile including 6 in the Bugungu Wildlife Reserve Field. Data were captured manually.
|Study Extent||Murchinson Falls National Park & Bugungu Wildlife Reserve. Sample sites were grouped by region : North Park West, North Park East, South Park West, South Park Central and Bugungu Wildlife Reserve.|
Method step description:
- Establishement of circular plots
- Within the plot: identification & recording of all identifiable woody, forb and liana species below 2 meters