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Native Trees of the Southeast An Identification Guide

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: L.Katherine Kirkman, Claud L Brown and Donald J Leopold
370 pages, Col photos, distribution maps, illus
Publisher: Timber Press
Native Trees of the Southeast
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  • Native Trees of the Southeast ISBN: 9780881928280 Paperback Jul 2007 Out of Print #169712
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The diversity of woody plants in the Southeast is unparalleled in North America. "Native Trees of the Southeast" is a practical, compact field guide for the identification of the more than 225 trees native to the region, from the Carolinas and eastern Tennessee south through Georgia into northern Florida and west through Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas into eastern Texas. For confident identification, nearly 600 photographs, close to 500 of them in colour, illustrate leaves, flowers and fruits or cones, bark, and twigs with buds. Full descriptions are accompanied by keys for plants in both summer and winter condition, as well as over 200 range maps. Crucial differences between plants that may be mistaken for each other are discussed and notes on the uses of the trees in horticulture, forestry, and for wildlife are included.

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L. Katherine Kirkman earned a Ph.D. in plant ecology and an M.S. in plant taxonomy from the University of Georgia. She is an Associate Scientist at the J. W. Jones Ecological Research Center in Newton, Georgia. She holds adjunct faculty appointments at the University of Georgia Institute of Ecology, Auburn University Department of Biology and School of Forestry and Wildlife, and the University of Florida Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Her research interests include ecological restoration and conservation management of the longleaf pine forest ecosystem and the diverse plant communities associated within it. Ongoing research focuses on biodiversity of the longleaf pine ecosystem, wetland vegetation dynamics, native ground cover restoration, and the conservation of rare species. Claud L. Brown is Alumni Foundation Professor Emeritus of Forest Resources at the University of Georgia. He is the author of over 125 scientific publications and books, including several monographs and portions of advanced texts in forest biology. Since 1980, Dr. Brown has been engaged in establishing the Thompson Mill Forest and Arboretum, a teaching and research facility of the School of Forest Resources, which now possesses over 100 species of exotic conifers and most of the native trees of Georgia. Donald J. Leopold has been studying native plants for nearly 30 years. He earned his Ph.D. in forest ecology from Purdue University in 1984, his master's in forest ecology from the University of Kentucky in 1981, and a B.S. in ornamental horticulture and nursery management from the University of Kentucky in 1978. In 1985, he joined the Faculty of Environmental and Forest Biology at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse, New York. He has taught courses in dendrology, plant materials, freshwater wetland ecology, and numerous graduate seminars on conservation and restoration topics. Currently, he is Distinguished Teaching Professor at SUNY. Dr. Leopold has published over 50 peer-reviewed papers, four other books, six book chapters, five book reviews, three proceedings, and many miscellaneous publications, all generally about topics in forest and wetland ecology. Additionally he has garnered nearly $10 million of extramural funding as principal or co-principal investigator, was editor of the Natural Areas Journal, associate editor for the Journal of Forestry, and is currently an associate editor for the Northeast Naturalist. Donald has long been a member of the Ecological Society of America, the Society of Conservation Biologists, and the Society of Wetland Scientists.

Field / Identification Guide Identification Key Out of Print
By: L.Katherine Kirkman, Claud L Brown and Donald J Leopold
370 pages, Col photos, distribution maps, illus
Publisher: Timber Press
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Few plant identification guides have done such an outstanding job of clearly describing the scope of the text. ... Recommended. -- T. Johnson Choice 20080101 Very informative and a good source for any amateur or avid outdoorsman. -- Keri McNew Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 20080701

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