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This concise and easy-to-use field guide provides a wealth of information packed into 240 pages. Grouped by habitat, the color-coded sections describe the wooded wetland, wetland prairie, marshy shore-land, and submerged and floating communities. Included are more than 330 species, with intriguing notes on endangered plants, wildlife uses, associated species, and natural history. Includes over 300 exceptional color photographs, 74 line drawings that provide further detail, and hints for distinguishing easily confused species. Includes appendices describing whether species are endemic, native, introduced, marginal, or transitional. With glossary and index to both common and botanical names.
|Publisher:||Lone Pine Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Jennifer Guard is the founder of Wetland Specialties, an Oregon-based environmental consulting business that offers botanical, wetland and land planning services to municipal, industrial and private organizations throughout the Pacific Northwest. Jennifer is a natural resource specialist and a botanist who understands the need to regulate growth and development with careful natural resource planning.
As a biologist, photographer, and educator, Professor Steen shares the extraordinary beauty and diverse ecology of the Pacific Northwest. His photographs have been published by the Sierra Club, the Audubon Society, and the National Geographic Society, and exhibited in museums throughout the United States.