Uluguru

Uluguru

 

a massif in East Africa, in Tanzania. The range is an isolated, crystalline horst that rises above the seaside lowland on the east and the graben of the Wami River on the west. The maximum elevation is 2,653 m. The eastern slopes have tropical rain forests, and on the western slopes there are sparse, dry tropical forests of deciduous species.

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Among the farming systems that have particularly attracted the attention of scholars are those in Mgeta, a high altitude water catchment area in the Uluguru Mountains.
William Bovill, "Notes from East Africa: the Uluguru Mountains and the Rufiji Plain" Geographical Journal, 50,4 (October 1917), 281-2.
For example, in the wards of Mikese and Gwata, ordinary villagers participate in practices of deforestation and forest degradation of Nguu, Nguru and Uluguru forests, all of which forms part of the Eastern Arc.
North Kilosa is situated on the leeward side of the Uluguru Mountains and receives the least rainfall, compared with the other districts.
Its high position provides wonderful views over the surrounding hills and forest to the Uluguru Mountains beyond.
2' Fastigium verticis not markedly elongated, pronotal crest arcuate 3 3 Prontotal crest strongly declined at posterior and anterior margin; tegmina striped brown; Tanzania, Uluguru P.
A comparative study of the herpetological fauna of the Uluguru and Usambara Mountains, Tanganyika Territory.
And if you don't like gem minerals, uranium minerals have been found at Morogoro in the Uluguru Mountains (it's the type locality for rutherfordine).
The epiphytic biomass and its effects on the water balance of two rainforest types in the Uluguru Mountains.
The Plaid minister told the banana-growing farmers in the Uluguru Mountains that the weather was "too cold and wet" in Llanwnnen to grow such exotic fruit; indeed, this was her first visit to a banana farm.