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The Resource Vascular plants of the greater Yellowstone area : annotated catalog and atlas, by Erwin F. Evert

Vascular plants of the greater Yellowstone area : annotated catalog and atlas, by Erwin F. Evert

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Vascular plants of the greater Yellowstone area : annotated catalog and atlas
Title
Vascular plants of the greater Yellowstone area
Title remainder
annotated catalog and atlas
Statement of responsibility
by Erwin F. Evert
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Author
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
JFI
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • charts
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • catalogs
Label
Vascular plants of the greater Yellowstone area : annotated catalog and atlas, by Erwin F. Evert
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 681-715) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: I. Area covered; II. Physiography; III. Climate; IV. Vegetation: Shrub steppe and grassland communities: saltbush; sagebrush; grassland; Forest and woodland communities: foothill transition; Douglas fir; lodgepole pine; spruce-fir and whitebark pine; Engelmann spruce-limber pine; white spruce; blue spruce; aspen; Alpine tundra communities: meadow-turf; fellfield-felsenmeer; talus-scree; wet meadow-bog; Meadowland communities of forest openings: subalpine meadow; montane meadow-sagebrush-grassland; rocky ridge top; Cliff communities; Wetland communities: wet meadows, bogs, fens, marshes, and shores; spruce swamps; riparian habitats; ephemeral seepages and drying ponds; Aquatic communities; Thermal communities; V. Phytogeography: Floristic, geographic elements; Range limits; VI. Paleobotany: Floristic and vegetational history; Swamp lake postglacial refugium; VII. The landscape--mountains, plateaus, and basins--geology and special floristic features: Absaroka Range; Beartooth Range; Gallatin Range; Madison Range; Teton Range and Jackson Hole; Gros Ventre Range and Mount Leidy Highlands; Snake River and Centennial Ranges; Wind River and Owl Creek Ranges; Yellowstone Plateau and Yellowstone National Park; Big Horn and Upper Wind River Basins; Snake River Plain and Teton Basin; VIII. History of botanical exploration and collecting: first collectors; government expeditions; a mix of collectors; Idaho; Montana; Wyoming; Yellowstone National Park; specialist collectors; IX. Explanations--annotated catalog and atlas -- Annotated catalog and atlas: Pteridophytes: Andiantaceae-Selaginellaceae; Gymnosperms: Cupressaceae-Pinaceae; Angiosperms: Aceraceae-Zygophyllaceae; Floristic summary -- Appendices: A. Greater Yellowstone endemic and near endemic taxa; B. Bipolar/amphitropical taxa; C. Common introduced species and noxious weeds; D. Bibliographic citations, lacking in the catalog, for certain infraspecific taxa; E. Other plant collectors in the greater Yellowstone
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
viii, 751 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, charts, maps (1 colored)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn792971364
  • UtOrBLW
Label
Vascular plants of the greater Yellowstone area : annotated catalog and atlas, by Erwin F. Evert
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 681-715) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: I. Area covered; II. Physiography; III. Climate; IV. Vegetation: Shrub steppe and grassland communities: saltbush; sagebrush; grassland; Forest and woodland communities: foothill transition; Douglas fir; lodgepole pine; spruce-fir and whitebark pine; Engelmann spruce-limber pine; white spruce; blue spruce; aspen; Alpine tundra communities: meadow-turf; fellfield-felsenmeer; talus-scree; wet meadow-bog; Meadowland communities of forest openings: subalpine meadow; montane meadow-sagebrush-grassland; rocky ridge top; Cliff communities; Wetland communities: wet meadows, bogs, fens, marshes, and shores; spruce swamps; riparian habitats; ephemeral seepages and drying ponds; Aquatic communities; Thermal communities; V. Phytogeography: Floristic, geographic elements; Range limits; VI. Paleobotany: Floristic and vegetational history; Swamp lake postglacial refugium; VII. The landscape--mountains, plateaus, and basins--geology and special floristic features: Absaroka Range; Beartooth Range; Gallatin Range; Madison Range; Teton Range and Jackson Hole; Gros Ventre Range and Mount Leidy Highlands; Snake River and Centennial Ranges; Wind River and Owl Creek Ranges; Yellowstone Plateau and Yellowstone National Park; Big Horn and Upper Wind River Basins; Snake River Plain and Teton Basin; VIII. History of botanical exploration and collecting: first collectors; government expeditions; a mix of collectors; Idaho; Montana; Wyoming; Yellowstone National Park; specialist collectors; IX. Explanations--annotated catalog and atlas -- Annotated catalog and atlas: Pteridophytes: Andiantaceae-Selaginellaceae; Gymnosperms: Cupressaceae-Pinaceae; Angiosperms: Aceraceae-Zygophyllaceae; Floristic summary -- Appendices: A. Greater Yellowstone endemic and near endemic taxa; B. Bipolar/amphitropical taxa; C. Common introduced species and noxious weeds; D. Bibliographic citations, lacking in the catalog, for certain infraspecific taxa; E. Other plant collectors in the greater Yellowstone
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
viii, 751 pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations, charts, maps (1 colored)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn792971364
  • UtOrBLW

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