African Forests, Societies and Environments
Africa is the largest continent in the world, and possesses a wide range of climatic and soil conditions, together with a very diverse vegetation. Nevertheless, Africa is made up of essentially two regions, tropical (76%) and non-tropical (24%), each with its own climate and vegetation types (FAO 1997).
KeywordsGross Domestic Product Forest Sector Real Gross Domestic Product Congo Basin Farm Forestry
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