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A floristic classification of shoreline vegetation around Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe






Kirkia 2001; 17(2): 153-169

A floristic classification of shoreline vegetation around Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe

A floristic study was undertaken to classify the vegetation that has colonized the shoreline of Lake Kariba since its creation in 1958-1963. Ten vegetation types were distinguished and described floristically and physiognomically.


Accession: 003342906

DOI: 10.2307/23502313



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