Vegetation ecology of the Jebel Marra massif in the semiarid Sudan by Sabine Miehe

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Published by J. Cramer in Berlin .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Sudan,
  • Marra Mountains.

Subjects:

  • Plant ecology -- Sudan -- Marra Mountains.,
  • Plant communities -- Sudan -- Marra Mountains.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 146-151).

Book details

Statementby Sabine Miehe.
SeriesDissertationes botanicae ;, Bd. 113
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQK1 .D49 Bd. 113, QK404 .D49 Bd. 113
The Physical Object
Pagination171 p., [35] p. of plates :
Number of Pages171
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1944905M
ISBN 103443640257
LC Control Number90167829

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This paper describes the traditional agroforestry systems based on Acacia albida and other multipurpose trees as practised by the sedentary Fur people on the lower slopes and highlands of the Jebel Marra massif, Sudan. The basic agrosilvopastoral system consists of terraced village fields, where semipermanent rainfed cropping of staple millet and other subsistence crops takes place under.

The effect of a forest reserve establishment on the natural forest ecosystem recovery and on the protection of valuable indigenous woody species in Jebel Marra, the Democratic Republic of the Sudan, is described.

The following hypothesis is formulated: The vegetation of the southwestern slopes of Jebel Marra, when protected from periodic disturbance, may recover to almost fully regenerated.

The book Flora of Jebel Marra (Sudan Republic) and its Geographical Affinities, G. Wickens is published by Royal Botanic Gardens, A systematic acount of the vascular plants of this isolated sub-saharan volanic massif near the Tchad borders, complete with analytical and ecological introduction.

Jebel Marra, Sudan, tropical highlands, Ziziphus i Abstract. This paper describes the traditional agroforestry systems based on Acacia albida and other multipurpose trees as practised by the sedentary Fur people on the lower slopes and highlands of the Jebel Marra massif, Sudan.

The 2 mountains of the Sudan, Jebel Marra and the Imatong Mountains, and their altitudinal vegetation belts are described. Relations between soil, vegetation and land use are discussed.

The inhabitants of Jebel Marra practise a migratory type of crop growing on man-made terraces, abandoning old fields when crops fail after yr. Indiscriminate tree felling occurs when land is cleared for.

Vegetation Ecology of Central Europe. Heinz H. Ellenberg. of 0 users. Vegetation Ecology of the Jebel Marra Massif in the Semiarid Sudan. Sabine Miehe. of 0 users. Vegetation Ecology Of Remnant Afromontane Forests On The Central Plateau Of Shewa, Ethiopia.

Tamrat Bekele. of. Jebel Marra itself is a unique ecosystem surrounded by low. rainfall types of vegetation. Andrews,F.W. () The Vegetation of the Sudan. Sudan Government, Khartoum.

This study attempts to relate vegetation distribution to land use history in Jebel Marra, the Democratic Republic of the Sudan.

There are evidences that most,if not all, of the woody vegetation communities in Jebel Marra have been derived from some more complex types by continuous disturbance ssince antiquity. Here past and contemporary land use types are described and associated to woody.

VEGETATION PATTERNS IN DARFUR i Two different patterns were recognised during the course of a vegetation survey for the United Nations Special Fund Jebel Marra Project.

The first was a fossil drainage pattern, clearly visible on the aerial photographs but. Populations of Albizia amara, Acacia senegal, Anogeissus leiocarpus, and Balanites aegyptiaca were monitored in five habitats in the Jebel Marra region: clay plains, sand plains, wadis, northern slopes, and southern slopes of the Jebel Marra (mountain) region.

The plains and wadi habitat types had been regularly disturbed because of cycles of shifting cultivation. When land was prepared. The geology of the Tertiary-Recent Marra mountains is shown on photogeological maps and described using data from short field visits and from previous literature.

The km long mass is aligned N-S parallel to basement trends; it comprises a stratified complex m thick of olivine basalts, pyroclastics and trachytes. Coarse detrital deposits testify to concomitant erosion.

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The middle eco-ethnic zone of the Jebel Marra massif is the richest area in the region in terms of soil fertility, rainfall, abundance of surface and underground water, and other natural resources. The occupants of this area are settled traditional farmers. They are mainly from the non-Arab indigenous people of the region.

Ahmed, AA () Forest reserves and woodland savannah regeneration on the sub-Saharan massif of Jebel Marra, Democratic Republic of Sudan (Natural Ecosystem Recovery). Vegetatio 65 – Andrews, FW (–) The Flowering Plants of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Sabine Miehe: Vegetation ecology of the Jebel Marra Massif in the semiarid Sudan.

Cramer, Berlin ISBN Цю сторінку востаннє відредаговано о23 березня There has been little new information since the s and it seems there will be restricted future new knowledge. Darfur's biological importance derives from its range of ecosystems, from northern deserts to southern deciduous woodland, because it forms a bridge between west and east and because of the isolated massif of Jebel Marra.

A study of museum material (Setzer, ) relating to the whole of the Sudan Republic provides some useful information on systematics, although, as has already been pointed out (Happold, ) there is a number of omissions for the country as a whole, and for Jebel Marra in particular, perhaps because there is a lack of specimens from the Sudan.

Darfur covers an area in excess ofsquare kilometres in the west of the Republic of Sudan. The Sultanate of Darfur was an independent entity for eight centuries. Three “outsiders” in the sultanate commented on its biology before its annexation by Egypt in the s.

A naturalist accompanied the Egyptian invasion but the area was overrun by Mahdist forces inthen reverted to. The largest portion of the East Saharan Montane Xeric Woodland ecoregion is located in Chad, where it encompasses the Massif Ennedi and Massif du Kapka at over 1, m elevation.

A smaller outlier of this ecoregion is located in Sudan, the Jebel Marra, which reaches heights over 3, m. Vegetation of inland desert wadis in Egypt. VIII: Vegetation of Wadi Kharit. Feddes Repertorium, Hill, M.O., TWINSPAN: A FORTRAN program for arranging multivariate data in an ordered two-way table by classification of the individuals and attributes.

Section of Ecology and Systematics, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY., USA., pp. The western border is marked by the range of rocky hills from Jebel Marra in the south to the Zaghawa plateau in the north.

To the east the area extends to the Red Sea hills. The sheep industry in the semi-arid areas of the Sudan has been hampered by water shortage, complicated grazing problems and a prevalence of disease and parasites. Start Page:: ill., maps ; 30 cm. End Page: Publisher: H.M. Stationery Off.

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el Moghraby Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Khartoum, PO BoxKhartoum, Sudan (Received: 15 March, ). THE JEBEL MARRA, DARFUR, AND ITS REGION J.

LEBON and V. ROBERTSON Darfur, the westernmost province of the Republic of Sudan, extends from the desert in the north deep into the great east-west savanna belt of northern Africa.

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1).Its lowlands (– m) are characterized by an arid Saharan climate (Ozenda, ) with an annual (summer) rainfall rarely exceeding mm, and an annual mean temperature of approximately 27 °C, reaching up to 31 °C between April and October.

The area lies on the semi-arid Savannah zone, which is affected by the elevation of Jebel Marra massif. The soils of the country can be classified as 60% sandy, 30% heavy cracking clays and 10%.

Wickens () suggests that the vegetation zones of the Sudan were displaced northward by a maximum of km during the Holocene, so that there was a range of km between the positions of the vegetation zones at the two extreme periods of. The flora of Jebel Marra (Sudan Rebublic) and its geographical affinities.

Kew. Bull. Add. Ser. – Zahran M. King Abdel Aziz University Press; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Vegetation Types of Saudi Arabia. Zahran M. King Abdul Aziz University Press; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Introduction to Plant Ecology and Vegetation Types in.NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY ARCHIVED FILE Archived files are provided for reference purposes only.

This file was current when produced, but is. Mountain vegetation. Sudan’s mountain areas include the Nuba Mountains, the Jebel Marra and the Red Sea hills. These regions are characterized by a rich diversity of trees and plants.

The gallery forests of the Jebel Marra plateau contain species of flowering plants, 32 species of ferns and bird species (Al Hadi ).

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