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A Biological Assessment of the Terrestrial Ecosystems of the Draw River, Boi-Tano, Tano Nimiri and Krokosua Hills Forest Reserves, Southwestern Ghana

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Edited By: Jennifer McCullough, Jan Decher and David Guba Kpelle
154 pages, colour photos, tables, map
A Biological Assessment of the Terrestrial Ecosystems of the Draw River, Boi-Tano, Tano Nimiri and Krokosua Hills Forest Reserves, Southwestern Ghana
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  • A Biological Assessment of the Terrestrial Ecosystems of the Draw River, Boi-Tano, Tano Nimiri and Krokosua Hills Forest Reserves, Southwestern Ghana ISBN: 9781881173908 Paperback Mar 2008 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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This Rapid Assessment Program Bulletin reports the findings of an expedition in 2003 into four forest reserves in southwestern Ghana that were recently designated as globally significant biodiversity areas by the Ghanaian government. The survey documented more than 1,300 plant and animal species (with one amphibian species new to science) and makes specific recommendations for conserving the biological resources of these areas.

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Edited By: Jennifer McCullough, Jan Decher and David Guba Kpelle
154 pages, colour photos, tables, map
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