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Trees (Visual Reference Guides Series)

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by Carol Usher, John White, Colin Ridsdale
     
 

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Discover and appreciate the world's trees with Visual Reference Guides: Trees. It's a complete illustrated companion that allows you to explore everything from the age-old relationship between people and trees to the importance of trees and forests as natural habitats and ecosystems all the while learning how to identify nearly 500 species of trees, with…  See more details below

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Discover and appreciate the world's trees with Visual Reference Guides: Trees. It's a complete illustrated companion that allows you to explore everything from the age-old relationship between people and trees to the importance of trees and forests as natural habitats and ecosystems all the while learning how to identify nearly 500 species of trees, with essential information on leaf, bark, flower, and fruit types.

Carol Usher graduated with a degree in Agricultural Botany from Leeds University. She undertook a research position in the botany school at Oxford University and then at Nottingham before teaching science and horticulture. She is now a science editor and writer based in Wales.

John White is a well-known author, illustrator, and broadcaster on trees and their cultivation. His recent publications include Trees of Britain and Northern Europe (author), and The Hedge Tree Handbook (illustrator). He has been a member of the Tree Council and the Arboricultural Association Council in the UK.

Colin Ridsdale studied botany at Bristol University. After working as a forest botanist in Papua New Guinea and completing his PhD, he moved on to research at the National Herbarium Netherlands. He has worked and collected in most countries in Southeast Asia.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781435121331
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
03/15/2010
Series:
Visual Reference Guides Series
Pages:
360
Product dimensions:
8.54(w) x 5.30(h) x 0.88(d)

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