World vegetation types; edited by S. R. Eyre.
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264 p., 8 plates; illus., maps. 23 cm.
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The structure of tropical rain forest, by P. W. Richards.--Regeneration patterns in the closed forest of Ivory Coast, by A. Aubreville.--The seasonal forests of Trinidad, by J. S. Beard.--An example of Sudan Zone vegetation in Nigeria, by R. W. J. Keay.--The Montane vegetation of New Guinea, by R. G. Robbins.--The vegetation of the Imatong Mountains, Sudan by J. K. Jackson.--The subtropical and subantarctic rain forests of New Zealand, by L. Cockayne.--Coniferous forests of North America, by J. E. Weaver and F. E. Clements.--The broad-sclerophyll vegetation of California, by W. S. Cooper.--The mountain and south-western flora of South Africa, by J. W. Bews.--Floristics and ecology of the Mallee, by J. G. Wood.--The thickets and woods of the Mediterranean region, by H. Harant and D. Jarry.--Grassland climax, by C. O. Sauer.--The origin of mixed prairie, by J. E. Weaver and F. W. Albertson.--The steppe and forest steppe of European Russia, by B. A. Keller.--The parkland or grove belt of Alberta, by E. H. Moss.--Climatic change or cultural interference? by K. B. Cumberland.--The eastern grassveld region, by J. W. Bews.--The Sonoran desert, by J. R. Hastings and R. M. Turner.--The deserts of Dzungaria and the Tarim basin, by E. M. Murzayev.--Vegetational types of polar lands, by N. Polunin.
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