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Effects Of Human Encroachment On Natural Regeneration Of Indigenous Trees Seedlings In Kimakia Forest, Murang’a County, Kenya
Human activities in the global forest have highly affected natural regeneration of seedlings causing degradation of indigenous trees. This study focused to assess the effects of human encroachment on natural regeneration of indigenous tree seedlings in Kimakia Forest. The general regeneration trend of indigenous trees seedlings was decreasing from the forest edge towards the core. From the study the most observed seedlings were Neoboutonia macrocalyx which is also an indicator species of encroachment. The Shannon Wiener Diversity Index of Kimakia Forest was 2.714. The study concluded that diversity of Kimakia Forest
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