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Struik Pocket Guide: Trees of Zambia

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Adam Pope(Author), Clare Barkworth(Author)
160 pages, ~590 colour photos, colour distribution maps
Struik Pocket Guide: Trees of Zambia
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  • Struik Pocket Guide: Trees of Zambia ISBN: 9781775848455 Paperback Nov 2023 In stock
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About this book

This accessible and easy-to-use introduction to the trees of Zambia describes 141 of the most common indigenous and naturalized tree species likely to be encountered. The trees have been organized into five groups according to similar characteristics, thereby helping readers identify individual species with relative ease.

Features include:
- Concise text, including key identification pointers and descriptions of each tree's bark, leaves, flowers and fruit
- Where applicable, the medicinal and commercial uses of each species
- Multiple full-colour photographs of the trees and their diagnostic characters
- Up-to-date distribution maps
- Local tree names
- Places where trees are best seen, including national parks and reserves

The informative introduction includes a map of vegetation types and national parks, a table of the grouped tree characteristics and family names, a glossary and a quick tree ID key. Portable and handy for use in the bush, this will be an excellent guide for anyone interested in the trees of Zambia.

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Biography

Adam Pope obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cape Town and a Master of Philosophy degree from the University of Reading. He went on to become a chartered engineer and has worked as a consultant in various disciplines while also being involved with conservation projects and environmental impact assessments.

Clare Barkworth has a Master of Science degree from the University of Reading and has worked in social and economic development in many African and Asian countries. In 1998, Adam Pope and Clare Barkworth established an indigenous tree nursery, which today grows over 100 different species. Adam Pope obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cape Town and a Master of Philosophy degree from the University of Reading. He went on to become a chartered engineer and has worked as a consultant in various disciplines while also being involved with conservation projects and environmental impact assessments.

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key
By: Adam Pope(Author), Clare Barkworth(Author)
160 pages, ~590 colour photos, colour distribution maps
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