Kasewe Forest Reserve
Kasewe Forest Reserve is an area of hills in the Moyamba District of Sierra Leone . It is designated as a forest reserve and contains moist semi-deciduous and evergreen forests that cover an area of 1.224 km². Made up of volcanic rock the hills stand about 500m above the interior plains of the country. The nearest town is Lunsar.
- World Database on Protected Areas: Site Information, UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre, retrieved on 10 January 2008
- Broadleaved forests Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations, 10 January 2008
- D. J. Bowden, The geochemistry and development of lateritized footslope benches: The Kasewe Hills, Sierra Leone, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, v. 120, p. 295-305 (1997), retrieved on 10 January 2008
- Jennifer Lytwyna, Kevin Burkea and Stephen Culver, The nature and location of the suture zone in the Rokelide orogen, Sierra Leone: Geochemical evidence, Journal of African Earth Sciences Volume 46, Issue 5, December 2006, Pages 439-454, retrieved on 10 January 2008
|This Sierra Leone location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|
|This Africa protected areas related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|