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The restoration of degraded forests in Ghana: a case study in the Offinso forest district
Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America
Natural regeneration of socio-economic valuable native tree species was studied in plantations and an adjacent degraded forest at Afram Headwaters Forest Reserve in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The study tested the hypothesis that density and diversity of key native tree saplings differ in the different plantation stand types. A total of 40 plots (15×15 m) were studied in monoculture of exotic species, mixed native species plantations and an adjacent degraded forest. A total of 52 naturallydoi:10.5251/abjna.2011.2.1.134.142 fatcat:isul7gxfbfeqvmr5n2lnhbs57a