"Influence of Grazing Intensity on Soil Properties and Shaping Herbaceous Plant Communities in Semi-Arid Dambo Wetlands of Zimbabwe"
written by E. Dahwa, C. P. Mudzengi, T. Hungwe, M. D. Shoko, X. Poshiwa, S. Kativu, C. Murungweni,
published by Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol.4 No.10, 2013
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