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Trente ans de lutte contre l’onchocercose en Afrique de l’Ouest. Traitements larvicides et protection de l’environnement

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Laurent Yaméogo
, 
Christian Levêque
, 
Jean-Marc Hougard

Environmental Impact Assessment of Settlement and Development in the Upper Léraba Basin

Environmental Impact Assessment of Settlement and Development in the Upper Léraba Basin

Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, and Mali

David Baldry, Davide Calamari et Laurent Yaméogo

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1Copyright © 1995
The International Bank for Reconstruction
and Development/THE WORLD BANK
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First printing November 1995

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7ISSN : 0253-7494

8Dr. David Baldry is a Consultant to the World Bank and former biologist with WHO and FAO.
Dr. Davide Calamari is Professor of Applied Ecology in the Institute of Agricultural Entomology,
University of Milan, Italy. Dr. Laurent Yaméogo is the coordinator of Entomological and Hydrobiological
Evaluation at the headquarters of the Onchocerciasis Control Programme in West Africa in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso.

9Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

10Baldry, D. A. T.

11Environmental impact assessment of settlement and development in the Upper Léraba Basin: Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, and Mali / David Baldry, Davide Calamari, and Laurent Yaméogo.
p. cm. — (World Bank technical paper; no.302)

12Includes bibliographical references.

13ISBN 0-8213-3435-2

141. Land settlement—Environmental aspects—Leraba River Watershed. 2. Environmental impact analysis—Leraba River Watershed. 3. Human settlements—Leraba River Watershed. 4. Human ecology—Leraba River Watershed. I. Calamari, D. II. Yaméogo, Laurent, 1954–
III. Title. IV. Series.
HD1010.Z63B35 1995

333.7’0966—dc20

95-37033
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