CURRENT STUDY OF SPECIES COMPOSITION IN AL SABALOGA, SUDAN

Authors

  • SALMA ABDELGHAFFAR HASSAN ALAMIN Biodiversity and NAT Research, Environmental and Natural Resources and Desertification Research Institute, Al Khurtum, Sudan.
  • HALA AHAMED HASSAN College of Forestry and Range Science, Sudan University of Science and Technology, Khartoum, Sudan.

Keywords:

current flora, environmental factors, disappearance plants, preventing species

Abstract

The study was conducted in Al Sabaloga Biosphere conservation area in 2017. The objectives of this study were to classify the status of species composition. In addition, to investigate some factors effect of plant disappearing. A total sample size of 131 from responded. The data were coded, summarized, tabulated and processed. Analysis was conducted using (SPSS) computer program. The results were presented in the form of a frequency distribution. The results of this study (79.4%) of the respondents disagree about increase new type of species composition. Also, 85.5% of respondents agree change in in shrubs and 79.4% agree change in all plant composition. The study recommended preventing species composition from drought, sand marching, desertification, expansion of agriculture, Hadam deforestation and over grazing.

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2022-12-18

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ALAMIN, S. A. H., & HASSAN, H. A. (2022). CURRENT STUDY OF SPECIES COMPOSITION IN AL SABALOGA, SUDAN. Quantum Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology, 3(4), 1–10. Retrieved from https://qjoest.com/index.php/qjoest/article/view/82

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