Naturalist's Guide to Forest Plants: An Ecology for Eastern North America

Naturalist's Guide to Forest Plants: An Ecology for Eastern North America

By: Donald Cox (author)Paperback

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Donald D. Cox brings together a wide range of information about the forests of eastern North America, including the origins and types of soils and their relationships to vegetation, climate, and human culture; the members of the plant kingdom and the fungi that are found in forests; the methods by which forest plants reproduce and disperse their seeds; and toxic, medicinal, and edible plants that grow in forests. Cox provides complete and accurate details for those readers who are interested in collecting forest plants and preserving plant collections. For readers who wish to go a step beyond identifying and collecting plants, the final chapter describes non-technical investigations, activities, and projects. The author emphasizes forest conservation and habitat preservation throughout this invaluable book.


The forest as an ecosystem; Types of plants; Adaptations for survival; Soil, climate, and vegetation; How and where trees grow; Through the year; Plants of special interest; Naming and collecting plants; Activities and investigations.

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  • ISBN13: 9780815607793
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 191
  • ID: 9780815607793
  • ISBN10: 0815607792

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