Part 111-Development of Softwood 3a-The Land-Use Problem and the Experimental Plantations in Bamboo Forest Environment

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1962
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Pereira H.C
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The Aberdare Mountain range which forms the eastern edge of the Rift Valley exceeds 10,000 ft. in altitude for some 30 miles of its length and forms one of Kenya's largest areas of heavy and reliable rainfall. The forested upper slopes are protected either as Forest Reserve or as National Park since they are important stream source areas which supply highly developed farming and plantation industries and large, densely populated areas of peasant agriculture.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, XXVII (Special Issue), p. 76-78