Definitions

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  • adj. of or relating to the Zambezi river
  • n. An inhabitant of the land around the Zambezi river

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Examples

  • Unfortunately, there is no hope of the thickets regenerating following the abandonment of cultivated areas, as the highly sensitive thicket vegetation is replaced by Lake Basin chipya vegetation, which White (1983) termed Zambezian ‘chipya’ woodland and wooded grassland.

    Itigi-Sumbu thicket

  • Central Zambezian Miombo woodlands (AT0704) covers most of the southeastern quarter of the DRC.

    Ecoregions of Congo, Democratic Republic of (WWF)

  • Central Zambezian Miombo woodlands (AT0704) are the largest ecoregion in Burundi and are the dominant ecoregion in the southern part of the Albertine Rift around Lake Tanganyika.

    Ecoregions of Burundi (WWF)

  • Central Zambezian Miombo woodlands (AT0704) are the dominant ecoregion in the southern part of the Rift around Lake Tanganyika.

    WWF Ecoregions of the Albertine Rift

  • Central Zambezian Miombo woodlands (AT0704) dominate the western third of Tanzania and most of its border along Lake Tanganyika.

    Ecoregions of Tanzania (WWF)

  • Unlike the surrounding Central Zambezian Miombo woodlands that generally support animals only in fairly low densities, the wetlands and floodplains of this ecoregion provide habitats to large numbers of animals, as food and water are abundant throughout most of the year.

    Ecoregions of Tanzania (WWF)

  • This is distinguished separately from Zambezian and mopane woodlands due to different faunal compositions, ecological processes, and geographic distance.

    Angolan Mopane woodlands

  • Although many mammals are common to the entire ecoregion, the disjunct nature of the Zambezian flooded grasslands has resulted in fairly distinct species compositions.

    Zambezian flooded grasslands

  • Located within the miombo and mopane woodlands of the Central African Plateau, Zambezian Flooded Grasslands are an anomaly of productivity and abundance in a landscape characterized by nutrient poor soil and vegetation.

    Zambezian flooded grasslands

  • Zambezian flooded grasslands - Encyclopedia of Earth

    Zambezian flooded grasslands

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