Edited By: Thomas T Veblen, Robert S Hill and Jennifer Read
403 pages, Figs, tabs
Focuses on the distribution, history, and ecology of the genus Nothofagus, which provides a key to understanding the historical plant geography and modern vegetation patterns of the southern hemisphere. `A fine book on one of the southern hemisphere's most important forest trees' - William L Baker.
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