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Atlas of the Potential Vegetation of Ethiopia

Distribution Atlas
By: Ib Friis, Sebsebe Demissew and Paulo van Breugel
307 pages, Col photos, col maps, figs
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Shows the distribution of 12 potential vegetation types that can be mapped using environmental parameters and GIS methodology at the scale of 1:2,000,000. These types are described and further divided into a number of subtypes, including desert, semi-desert, deciduous bushlands and woodlands, evergreen Afromontane forests and grasslands, transitional rain forest, riverine vegetation and various types of freshwater lake and swamp vegetation. The atlas uses the complete taxonomic revision of the Flora of Ethiopia and Eritrea (1989-2009).

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Distribution Atlas
By: Ib Friis, Sebsebe Demissew and Paulo van Breugel
307 pages, Col photos, col maps, figs
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Congratulations to the authors on this tremendous mapping achievement. --Rudolf Schmid, Taxon

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