580 pages, 31 half-tones, 51 line diagrams, 45 tabs
Australia has many different types of vegetation, some of which, such as those dominated by Eucalyptus, differ greatly from vegetation in other regions of the world. Chapters in this book describe all the major types of natural vegetation, and also introduce the reader to plan geography and vegetation history of the Australian region.
'! anyone with an interest in Australia and its vegetation, or in various general questions in ecology raised in seeking to understand processes within it, should use it.' Annals of Botany 'For all interested in the exceptional vegetation of this continent from the point of view of botanical 'tourism' or because of performing research work in the country, the book presents an excellent updated summary of literature of the relevant topics and a short, comprehensive introduction into the types of vegetation.' Manfred Kuppers, Journal of Plant Physiology
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