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The Grootbosch Nature Reserve: management objectives and research needs


, : The Grootbosch Nature Reserve: management objectives and research needs. South African Forestry Journal ( 155): 54-56

The indigenous evergreen high forest of Grootbosch in N. Transvaal, South Africa, was set aside as a nature reserve in 1988. It is considered to be the largest indigenous high forest in the Transvaal, with an area of 4625 ha.

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Accession: 002241830

DOI: 10.1080/00382167.1990.9629073

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