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The Vegetation of Delta du Saloum National Park, Senegal

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Series: AAU Reports Volume: 33
By: Anne Mette Lykke
88 pages, 45 b/w photos, tabs
The Vegetation of Delta du Saloum National Park, Senegal
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This issue of "AAU Reports" aims to give a description of the vegetation of the Delta du Saloum National Park in Senegal. Physiognomy, composition and dynamics of the vegetation are described in the light of human impact, and the results are related to conservation and management.

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Series: AAU Reports Volume: 33
By: Anne Mette Lykke
88 pages, 45 b/w photos, tabs
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