savanna-woodland

savanna-woodland

[sə′van·ə ′wu̇d·lənd]
(ecology)
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Savadogo P, Tiveau D, Sawadogo L, Tigabu M (2008) Herbaceous species responses to long term effects of prescribe fire, grazing and selective cutting tree in the savanna-woodland of west Africa.
Savadogo P, Zida D, Sawadogo L, Tiveau D, Tigabu M, Oden PC (2007b) Fuel and fire characteristics in savanna-woodland of West Africa in relation to grazing and dominant grass type.
In the savanna-woodland, Igbo-Ora (Nigeria) and Fokoue (Cameroon), annual differences in species abundance of the pooled data from both villages were sig nificant: 2004 ([chi square] = 390; p <0.05), 2005 ([chi square] = 4.97; p <0.05).
Bolivar 1890 (Orthoptera Acridoidea Acrididae Acridinae): savanna-woodland grasshoppers with a major radiation of flightless species in Eastern Africa.
Results also highlighted a role for future research to examine influences of tree pests and fire management strategies on the long-term dynamics of oak savanna-woodland ecosystems undergoing restoration.
By the middle of the sixteenth century maize was an established crop in the savanna-woodlands north of the rain forest and by the end of the century plantain was a staple in forest agriculture.