Plants Of The San Francisco Bay Region

Author: Linda H. Beidleman
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520958233
Size: 34.17 MB
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This is the definitive botanic guide to the wetlands, woodlands, coastlines, hills, and valleys of the beautiful and diverse San Francisco Bay Region.

California Plant Families

Author: Glenn Keator
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520237094
Size: 73.65 MB
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This volume enables readers to identify California's native and naturalized plants by learning to recognize plant families.

The Trees Of San Francisco

Author: Michael Sullivan
Publisher: Wilderness Press
ISBN: 0899977448
Size: 80.21 MB
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This new guide combines engaging descriptions of sixty-five different trees with color photos that reflect the visual appeal of San Francisco.

Flora Of The Santa Cruz Mountains Of California

Author: John H. Thomas
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804718622
Size: 28.16 MB
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Distributional notes, keys to families, genera, and species, pertinent synonymy, a glossary of technical terms, an index of place names, and common0name and scientific-name indexes form the body of the text.

Introduction To California Soils And Plants

Author: Arthur R. Kruckeberg
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520233720
Size: 19.99 MB
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Carnivorous pitcher plants, pygmy conifers, and the Tiburon jewel flower are just a few of California's endemic plants featured in this natural history guide.

Living With The Changing California Coast

Author: Gary B. Griggs
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520244474
Size: 10.44 MB
Format: PDF
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This book lays out the consequences of our tendency to wall up the coast and what we might do to reverse the trend. A most thorough, alarming and compelling tale of what is happening to our shoreline. Will policy makers listen?