A century of vegetation survey in Zimbabwe

  • J. Timberlake Biodiversity Foundation for Africa, P.O. Box FM 730, Famona, Bulawayo


The vegetation of Zimbabwe, part of the drier Afrotropical zone, is predominantly woodland. Although much of it is heavily modified, a substantial portion of the original vegetation is still relatively intact and is an important natural resource and a good indicator of environmental and ecological potential.

The Zimbabwe Science News Volume 33(3) July - September 1999, pp. 63-72

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