Plants of the Western Boreal Forest and Aspen Parkland

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Lone Pine Publishing USA, 1995 - Science - 392 pages
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Over 620 species of trees, shrubs, wildflowers, grasses, ferns, mosses and lichens are illustrated and described, covering the northern forest from Alaska to Minnesota.

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South Alberta Arachnida Survey
"Plants of the Western Boreal Forest & Aspen Parkland" ISBN 1-55105-058-7). The Foothills Parkland is one of the warmest and driest region in our study area ...
www.spiderschool.info/ south_alberta_arachnida_survey.htm

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The book I turn to if I can't identify a wildflower in Wildflowers Across the Prairies, or Plants of the Western Boreal Forest & Aspen Parkland. ...
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Lab 12: Bryophytes : Mosses and Liverworts (and hornworts)
Plants of the Western Boreal Forest & Aspen Parkland,. by Johnson and Kershaw. http://wisplants.uwsp.edu/bryophytes/speciesphoto/CAMSTE.jpg ...
www.geobotany.uaf.edu/ teaching/ biol474/ biol474-06_lab12.pdf

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Plants of the Western Boreal Forest & Aspen Parkland (Print-Non-Fiction). Johnson, Derek, et al. Lone Pine Publishing (LPP), 1995. 392 p. ...
www.sasked.gov.sk.ca/ curr_inst/ iru/ bibs/ paa/ forestbib2003/ td-ps.shtml

About the author (1995)

Derek Johnson and Debbie Poyser are active musicians and hi-tech music journalists who have contributed to some of the UKs top music tech magazines, including the seminal Music Technology and Home & Studio Recording. Currently they are regular contributors to Europes No. 1 title, Sound On Sound. They have tested and written about countless music and studio products and have more than 15 years of experience in synthesis and sound recording practice. Theyve been dedicated users of Reason since the programs launch.

MacKinnon is a professional biologist and forester. He is also an adjunct professor at Simon Fraser University.

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