By: Earl B Alexander, Robert G Coleman, Todd Keeler-Wolfe and Susan P Harrison
Talks about geology, soils, and plant communities in serpentine landscapes of western North America. Aspects of the interaction of geology and soils reveal a symbiosis relating the structure, composition, and distribution of plant communities.
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