Rangelands of Tunisia show a great indigenous species diversity with considerable potential as forage for livestock. However, information on their fodder yield and quality is scanty and restricted to few species. The objective of the study was to...
Mouldi Gamoun is a rangeland ecologist researching plant community diversity and dynamics, with significant experience in rangeland management and restoration. Gamoun completed his postdoctoral research fellowship with the Department of Ecology and Animal Biology at the University of Vigo, Spain. He investigated various plant-animal interactions, centered on herbivory.
Gamoun received a Ph.D. in ecology, with an emphasis on rangeland ecology, from the University of Tunis El Manar. He also conducted doctoral research with the Arid Regions Institute (IRA) in Médenine, Tunisia.