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Plant Migration The Dynamics of Geographic Patterning in Seed Plant Species

By: JD Sauer
298 pages, 14 maps
Plant Migration
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  • Plant Migration ISBN: 9780520068711 Paperback Jul 1992 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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  • Plant Migration ISBN: 9780520060036 Hardback Dec 1988 Out of Print #3920
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Plant migration is defined as any changes in the borders of a species. This monograph is a review of the current thinking on migration, using finely constructed cases documented by historical and fossil evidence.

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Jonathan D. Sauer is Professor of Geography at the University of California, Los Angeles.
By: JD Sauer
298 pages, 14 maps
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