Restoration of West Coast Renosterveld: facilitating the return of a highly threatened vegetation type. Krug, C B; Krug, R M; Iponga, D M; Walton, B A; Milton, S J; and Shiponeni, N N 2004. 00004
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West Coast Renosterveld, a Mediterranean-type shrubland vegetation within the Cape Floral Region in South Africa, is typically associated with fertile shale soils in low-lying areas. This association with fertile soils has resulted in extensive transformation of the vegetation through human intervention, leaving less than 5% of the extent of the original vegetation. The remaining fragments are isolated, within a matrix of agricultural and urban areas, and the vegetation is degraded.
@article{krug_restoration_2004,
	title = {Restoration of {West} {Coast} {Renosterveld}: facilitating the return of a highly threatened vegetation type},
	copyright = {All rights reserved},
	abstract = {West Coast Renosterveld, a Mediterranean-type shrubland vegetation within the Cape Floral Region in South Africa, is typically associated with fertile shale soils in low-lying areas. This association with fertile soils has resulted in extensive transformation of the vegetation through human intervention, leaving less than 5\% of the extent of the original vegetation. The remaining fragments are isolated, within a matrix of agricultural and urban areas, and the vegetation is degraded.},
	language = {en},
	author = {Krug, C B and Krug, R M and Iponga, D M and Walton, B A and Milton, S J and Shiponeni, N N},
	year = {2004},
	note = {00004},
	keywords = {MP - Proceedings, My Publications, ⛔ No DOI found},
	pages = {12}
}
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