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You can use the following citations:

Kindt R, Lillesø J-P B, van Breugel P, Nzisa A, Orwa C, Graudal L, Jamnadass R and Nyabenge M. 2008. Potential natural vegetation of south-western Kenya for selection of indigenous tree species: CD-ROM with electronic versions of the map, species selection tool and detailed descriptions for a subset of species. Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre. ISBN 978-92-9059-223-5.

Kindt R, Lillesø J-P B, van Breugel P and Nyabenge M. 2005. Potential natural vegetation of south-western Kenya for selection of indigenous tree species: sheets 1 - 4. Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre.

Kindt R, van Breugel P and Lillesø J-P B. 2007. Use of vegetation maps to infer on the ecological suitability of species using central and western Kenya as an example. Part I: Description of potential natural vegetation types for central and western Kenya. Landscape Development and Environment Series no. 6-2007. Hørsholm: Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning and Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre. 67p.

Kindt R, van Breugel P and Lillesø J-P B. 2007. Use of vegetation maps to infer on the ecological suitability of species using central and western Kenya as an example. part II: Tree species lists for potential natural vegetation types. Forest and Landscape Development and Environment Series no. 7. Hørsholm: Danish Centre for Forest, Landscape and Planning and Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre. 77p.

Since the original vegetation map was published by CG Trapnell together with different co-authors and at different times, pick the correct citation based on the map sheets that you used:

Trapnell CG, Birch WR and Brunt MA. 1966. Kenya 1:250,000 Vegetation Sheet 1. Results of a vegetation – land use survey of south-western Kenya. British Government’s Ministry of Overseas Development (Directorate of Overseas Surveys) under the Special Commonwealth African Assistance Plan

Trapnell CG, Birch WR, Brunt MA and Lawton RM. 1976. Kenya 1:250,000 Vegetation Sheet 2. Results of a vegetation – land use survey of south-western Kenya. British Government’s Ministry of Overseas Development (Directorate of Overseas Surveys) under the Special Commonwealth African Assistance Plan

Trapnell CG, Brunt MA, Birch WR and Trump EC. 1969. Kenya 1:250,000 Vegetation Sheet 3. Results of a vegetation – land use survey of south-western Kenya. British Government’s Ministry of Overseas Development (Directorate of Overseas Surveys) under the Special Commonwealth African Assistance Plan.

Trapnell CG, Brunt MA and Birch WR. 1986. Kenya 1:250,000 Vegetation Sheet 4. Results of a vegetation – land use survey of south-western Kenya. British Government’s Overseas Surveys Directorate, Ordnance Survey under the UK Government’s Technical Co-operation Programme

Trapnell CG and Brunt MA. 1987. Vegetation and climate maps of south-western Kenya. Land Resources Centre, Tolworth Tower, UK, 9 pp.

Please cite the reference materials with species descriptions as follows:

Maundu P and Tengnas B. 2005. Useful trees and shrubs for Kenya. Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre. 484 pp.

Simons AJ, Salim AS, Orwa C, Munjuga M and Mutua A. 2005. Agroforestree database: a tree species reference and selection guide. Version 3.0 CD-ROM. Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre. URL >http://www.worldagroforestry.org/NurseryManuals/Community.htm<

(Please check for information on citation from each Seed Leaflet separately.)

Please cite the extra resource materials on tree seeds as follows:

Dawson I and Were J. 1997. Collecting germplasm from trees: some guidelines. Agroforestry Today, 9 (2): 6–9.

Dawson I and Were J. 1998. Multiplication, that’s the name of the game: guidelines for seed production of agroforestry trees. Agroforestry Today, 10 (4): 19–22.

Dawson I and Were J. 1998. Ordering tree seed: some guidelines. Agroforestry Today, 10 (1): 8–11.

Jaenicke H. 1999. Good tree nursery practices: practical guidelines for research nurseries. Nairobi: International Centre for Research in Agroforestry. 90 pp.

Kindt R, Lillesø J-P B, Mbora A, Muriuki J, Wambugu C, Frost W, Beniest J, Aithal A, Awimbo J, Rao S, Holding-Anyonge C. 2006. Tree Seeds for Farmers: a Toolkit and Reference Source. Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre.

Mulawarman, Roshetko MJ, Singgih MS and Djoko I. 2003. Tree seed management – seed sources, seed collection and seed handling: a field manual for field workers and farmers. Bogor: Winrock International and World Agroforestry Centre. 54 pp.

Schmidt L. 2002. Guide to handling of tropical and subtropical forest seed. Humlebaek: DANIDA Forest Seed Centre.

Wightman K.E. 1999. Good tree nursery practices: practical guidelines for community nurseries.
Nairobi: World Agroforestry Centre. 95 pp.

Sponsors

The Vegetation Maps Project was supported by the Flemish Association for Development Cooperation and Technical Assistance (VVOB) through the Testing Options and Training Partners in Participatory Tree Domestication and Marketing in East Africa (TOTDOMEA) project in collaboration with the Danish Centre for Forest and Landscape Planning.