California's Changing Landscapes: Diversity and Conservation of California Vegetation
The first lavishly illustrated and easy-to-read layperson's guide to California's unique plants and diverse plant communities. Enjoy a wide range of high quality drawings and beautiful color and black-and-white photographs of California's plants and landscapes. Learn the history of how California's vegetation has changed due to human activities over the past two centuries. Travel from seaside to the Eastern Sierra, observing the interaction of groups of plants species as they form communities. Discover how plants were used by native Californians in pre-European times. See three possible futures fo California's plant cover, including successful examples of plant restoration.
Specifications of California's Changing Landscapes: Diversity and Conservation of California Vegetation
|Author||Michael G. Barbour, California Native Plant s, Bruce M. Pavlik, Susan Lindstrom|
|Publisher||California Native Plant Society|
|Number Of Pages||244|
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