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Ecological Profiles of Ghanaian Forest Trees

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Series: Tropical Forestry Papers Volume: 29
By: WD Hawthorne
345 pages, diagrams, tables
Ecological Profiles of Ghanaian Forest Trees
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  • Ecological Profiles of Ghanaian Forest Trees ISBN: 9780850741346 Paperback Dec 1995 Out of Print #89783
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Textual summaries are presented of the ecology of most forest trees which in Ghana attain 5cm dbh. For rarer and smaller trees,a briefer entry is given. 1260 charts are included, summarising aspects of the ecology in Ghan of 210 of the most important species (including some few-species groups). A series of five charts summarises abundance across Ghana's forest zone, stratified into 21 broad landscape and forest type categories. A sixth chart summarises for each of the 210 important species trends of crown exposure. An invaluable reference for all involved with West African forest use and conservation.

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Out of Print
Series: Tropical Forestry Papers Volume: 29
By: WD Hawthorne
345 pages, diagrams, tables
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