By: CE Moss (Author)
310 pages, b/w illustrations
Originally published in 1913, Vegetation of the Peak District presents a study of the botany of the Peak District, incorporating illustrative figures. The text was the result of a botanical survey of area begun in January, 1903. Appendices and an introduction to the region are included, together with abundant explanatory notes. Vegetation of the Peak District will be of value to anyone with an interest in the Peak District, botany and the history of science.
2. Woodland associations
3. Scrub associations
4. Grassland associations
5. Associations of rocks and scrubs
6. Marsh and aquatic associations
7. Moorland associations
8. Cultivated land: culture associations
Appendix 1. Summary and relations of the plant communities of the Peak District
Appendix II. Summary of British plant formations and associations
Appendix III. List of references
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