By: I Friis
396 pages, 28 b/w photos, 163 maps, 20 figs
Contributes to the research into the utilisation of native tree species in Africa for food, animal fodder and soil conservation projects, by providing a thorough survey of forest types and individual species in the climatically vulnerable `Horn of Africa' - Ethiopia, Somalia and Djibouti. The ecology and plant geography of the area is discussed and illustrated with the aid of species distribution and landuse maps.
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