Gap characteristics and regeneration in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda

Brief Summary: 
Before Bwindi Impenetrable forest, Uganda, became a national park in 1991, there was a high level of human activity in much of the forest, especially cutting of large trees for timber by pitsawyers. This created extensive gaps in this tropical Afromontane rain forest. We quantified and compared tree regeneration in three sites that were logged at different intensities. Gap sizes in Bwindi, even un
year of Publication: 
2004

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How Bwindi forest gaps have taken longtime to regenerate

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