Conservation through cultivation: the work of the Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon

Abstract

This chapter is one of a series of case studies designed to provide plant conservationists in the tropics with tools for national biodiversity action planning, habitat assessment, restoration and management techniques, assessment of species threat and species recovery planning, assessment of sustainable use and of the horticultural role in maintaining and assuring species recovery systems.

Citation

In: Plant conservation in the tropics: perspectives and practice. Maunder, m., Blubbe, C., Hankamer, C. and Groves, M. pp. 396-419. Royal Botanic Gardens. Kew, London.

Conservation through cultivation: the work of the Limbe Botanic Garden, Cameroon

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