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Savannas, Barrens and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America

Edited By: Roger C Anderson, James S Fralish and Jerry M Baskin
470 pages, 40 b/w photos, 52 figs, 56 tabs
Savannas, Barrens and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America
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  • Savannas, Barrens and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America ISBN: 9780521035811 Paperback May 2007 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Savannas, Barrens and Rock Outcrop Plant Communities of North America ISBN: 9780521573221 Hardback Dec 1999 Out of Print #90453
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About this book

Provides a description of the climate, geology, and soils associated with the community, and information about its historic and current vegetation.

Contents

List of contributors; Introduction Roger C. Anderson, James S. Fralish, and Jerry M. Baskin; Part I. Eastern/Southeastern Region: 1. Ecology and conservation of Florida scrub Eric S. Menges; 2. Southeastern pine savannas William J. Platt; 3. New Jersey pine plains: the 'true barrens' of the New Jersey pine barrens David J. Gibson, Robert A. Zampella and Andrew G. Windisch; 4. Vegetation, flora, and plant physiological ecology of serpentine barrens of eastern North America R. Wayne Tyndall and James C. Hull; 5. The mid-Appalachian shale barrens Suzanne H. Braunschweig, Eric T. Nilsen and Thomas F. Weiboldt; 6. Eastern granite outcrops Donald J. Shure; 7. High-elevation outcrops and barrens of the southern Appalachian mountains Susan K. Wiser and Peter S. White; Part II. Central/Midwest Region: 8. Dry soil oak savanna in the Great Lakes region Susan Will-Wolf and Forest Stearns; 9. Deep-soil savannas and barrens of the Midwestern United States Roger C. Anderson and Marlin L. Bowles; 10. Open woodland communities of southern Illinois, western Kentucky and middle Tennessee James S. Fralish, Scott B. Franklin and David D. Close; 11. The big barrens region of Kentucky and Tennessee Jerry M. Baskin, Carol C. Baskin and Edward W. Chester; 12. Cedar glades of southeastern United States Jerry M. Baskin and Carol C. Baskin; 13. Savanna, barrens and glade communities of the Ozark Plateaus Province Alice Long Heikens; 14. The cross timbers B. W. Hoagland, I. H. Butler, F. L. Johnson and S. Glenn; Part III. Western/Southwestern Region: 15. Ponderosa and limber pine woodlands Dennis H. Knight; 16. The sand shinnery oak (Quercus havardii) communities of the Llano Estacado: history, structure, ecology and restoration Shivcharn S. Dhillion and Michelle H. Mills; 17. Oak savanna in the American Southwest Mitchel P. McClaran and Guy R. McPherson; 18. Juniper-Pinon savannas and woodlands of western North America Neil E. West; 19. Serpentine barrens of western North America A. R. Kruckeburg; 20. California oak savanna Barbara Allen-Diaz, James W. Bartolome and Mitchell P. McClaran; Part IV. Northern Region: 21. Jack pine barrens of the northern Great Lakes region Kurt S. Pregitzer and Sari C. Sanders; 22. The cliff ecosystem of the Niagara escarpment D. W. Larson, U. Mattes-Sears and P. E. Kelley; 23. Alvars of the Great Lakes region Paul M. Catling and Vivian R. Brownell; 24. The flora and ecology of southern Ontario granite barrens Paul M. Catling and Vivian R. Brownell; 25. The aspen parkland of Canada O. W. Archibold; 26. Subarctic lichen woodlands E. A. Johnson and K. Miyanishi; Index of plants; Index of animals; Topic index.

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Edited By: Roger C Anderson, James S Fralish and Jerry M Baskin
470 pages, 40 b/w photos, 52 figs, 56 tabs
Media reviews
'I thoroughly recommend this book to anybody interested in the vegetation of North America and to those studying similar vegetation in other parts of the world. Congratulations to the editors on making so much information available in this single volume.' Annals of Botany
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