|Author(s)||N. Dharani, J. I. Kinyamario and J. M. Onyari|
|Journal||African Journal of Ecology|
The woody vegetation of Lake Nakuru National Park occurs along rivers, lakeshores and ﬂood plains. Four different sites within the Acacia xanthophloea woodlands were selected for the study. Vegetation structure was not signiﬁcantly different in the four woodlands used for the study, but these sites differed in the relative density of Acacia trees. Regeneration of A. xanthophloea differed in each site, with the highest regeneration rates found in the nonfenced plots where browsing took place.
Key words: Acacia, herbivores, Lake Nakuru, vegetation structure
Authors: N. Dharani, J. I. Kinyamario and J. M. Onyari
Journal: African Journal of Ecology