Creation year

2015

18 record(s)
 
GEMET keywords
Keywords
Regions
Contact for the resource
Provided by
Years
Formats
From 1 - 10 / 18
  • Categories  

    Microsoft World files contain several sheets that list statistical crop data of Ghana (per year). Crops (2000 to 2012): Maize, Rice, Millet, Sorghum, Cassava, Cocoyam, Yam, Plantain, G’nuts, Oil Palm, Beans Crops (1970 to 2004): Maize, Rice, Millet, Sorghum, Cassava, Cocoyam, Yam, Plantain, Groundnuts, Coconut, Oil Palm, Beans, Tomatoes, Pepper, Okro, Garden Egg, Banana, Orange, Pineapple, Sugar-Cane Source: Statistics, Research & Information Directorate (SRID), Min. of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) 2013.

  • Categories    

    Household surveys were conducted in 251 households to ascertain the local knowledge and practices of indigenous Tagbanua non-honey hunter gatherers. Majority of the 251 households we interviewed use honey as food, medicine, and material. In addition, NDVI values of the household and nesting areas were analyzed in relation to the natural resource management practices of the community.

  • Categories    

    The dataset consists of an base- and endline surveys with school students who act as students brigades at the school. In the baseline survey we wanted to know the students knowledge attitude and practice on health, sanitation and hygiene issues. At the enplane, after the intervention is given, the similar set of data are collected from the students.

  • Categories  

    The table includes soil properties in Nigeria Temporal coverage approximate 1950-2005. Spatial resolution 1km.

  • Production-related data for the main crops in China: wheat, maize, indica rice, japanoica rice, and soybeans. Data is at least yearly for all variables, whereever possible data is monthly. The database includes crop prices (wholesale, retail, and minimum producer prices, export prices), area of production, production volumes, temperature variables, hours of sunshine, prices for different fertilizers, wages for different types of labor, and exchange rates. For many variables data is available on the province level, for some variables data is only available on the national level.

  • Categories  

    This data (Primary Data for BiomassWeb WP4.5) is on agricultural land use and resource management practices in small-scale maize systems in Bolgatanga and Bongo Districts, Upper East Region, Ghana. The data were collected by Francis Molua Mwambo, using semi-structured questionnaire to interview small-scale maize farmers in 2015. The data are based on the interviewees' estimate which were provided as feedback to the questionnaire.

  • Categories    

    Aldwaik and Pontius developed the intensity analysis, a type of change detection, to quantify the behavior of a categorical variable across several time intervals to measure the degree to which changes are non-uniform at three levels: interval, category, and transition. The data input values for the intensity analysis were obtained from landuse and land cover classification of Lagos. For the landuse maps check "Landuse Map Old Lagos (Nigeria) 2009 and 2015"

  • Categories    

    The data was collected in three districts (Kersa, Omonada and Bako-Tibe) in Oromia regional state, Southwestern Ethiopia. The data was collected from 228 farmers during October-November 2015. The questionaire was developed after a series of focus group discussions and key informant interviews in the study area.

  • Categories  

    This dataset presents the result of soil physicochemical characterization and results of field measurements performed in the alluvial gold-mine spoils under reclamation with agroforestry systems in the municipality of El Bagre, Antioquia. The area is under the influence of the company Mineros S.A. who supported the collection and analysis of soil properties.

  • Categories  

    In four kebeles (smalles administrative unit in Ethiopia: Bonda Megela, Gaba, Wabo, Wangene) in Oromia district gender-disaggregated focus group discussions on socio-economic aspects of farming communities were conducted. Aspects have been the institutional network of the village (with the help of the Venn Diagram tool, income and livelihood sources (with land, without land, with irrigation, without irrigation) with a focus on cash and food crops and vegetable production, market access, marketing structure and prices, land titles and inheritance arrangements, role of extension services, access to credit, contractfarming and future plans of children. Discussions were part of the NutriHAF project, which aims at diversifying diets and livelihoods through the promotion of multi-storey cropping in biosphere hotspots in Ethiopia and Madagascar.