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Rich Grounds FRIM Selangor Forest Park

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Series: FRIM Special Publication Volume: 31
By: Jeyanny Vijayanathan(Author), Mohamad Fakhri Ishak(Author), Rozita Ahmad(Author), Wan Rasidah Kadir(Author)
92 pages, colour photos, colour maps, colour tables
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The health of the FRIM forest in Malaysia is governed by many factors including soil and forest floor quality. This book showcases the various vegetation types, forest floor and soil properties in selected plots of mature forests, arboretum, new forests and the low lying areas. It also captures the dominant soil types in hilly areas and the soil fertility status. In summary, FRIM grounds are capable of supporting a healthy man-made forest ecosystem. The book contains 5 chapters that fortify its role as a forest with cultural interactions. This book may serve as a brief guideline for strategizing effective research and conservation management plans for its audience.

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New
Series: FRIM Special Publication Volume: 31
By: Jeyanny Vijayanathan(Author), Mohamad Fakhri Ishak(Author), Rozita Ahmad(Author), Wan Rasidah Kadir(Author)
92 pages, colour photos, colour maps, colour tables
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