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Title:Farmed parkland in West Africa
Author:Pullan, R.A.
Year:1974
Periodical:Savanna: A Journal of the Environmental and Social Sciences
Volume:3
Issue:2
Pages:119-151
Language:English
Geographic term:West Africa
Subjects:landscape
agriculture
Abstract:Farmed parkland is a landscape in which well grown trees occur scattered through cultivated or recently fallowed fields. The trees provide fodder and shade for cattle, leaves and fruit for human consumption or wood and fibre rope I: for utensils. Sections: early descriptions of farmed parkland and its uses - types of farmed parkland - zonation in farmed parkland - locational factors in farmed parkland - density of trees on farmed parkland - distribution of farmed parkland trees in west Africa. Figures, notes, photographs, tables, app.: list of more common trees and shrubs, with their occurrence and use.
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