Original Research

Plant communities and landscapes of the Parque Nacional do Limpopo, Moçambique

M. Stalmans, W.P.D. Gertenbach, Filipa Carvalho-Serfontein
Koedoe | Vol 47, No 2 | a83 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/koedoe.v47i2.83 | © 2004 M. Stalmans, W.P.D. Gertenbach, Filipa Carvalho-Serfontein | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 18 December 2004 | Published: 18 December 2004

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M. Stalmans, International Conservation Services, South Africa
W.P.D. Gertenbach,, South Africa
Filipa Carvalho-Serfontein,, Mozambique

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Abstract

The Parque Nacional do Limpopo (PNL) was proclaimed during 2002. It covers 1 000 000 ha in Moçambique on the eastern boundary of the Kruger National Park (KNP) and forms one of the major components of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. A vegetation map was required as one of the essential building blocks for the drafting of its management plan (Grossman & Holden 2002).

Keywords

Parque Nacional do Limpopo; Kruger National Park; Transfrontier conservation area; Landscape; Sandveld

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