Minnesota's Natural Heritage: An Ecological Perspective

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U of Minnesota Press, 1995 - Science - 332 pages
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A thorough examination of the state's landscape, climate, and weather as well as its diverse ecosystems including deciduous and coniferous forests, tallgrass prairie, wetlands, lakes, and streams and rivers. Also details the plant and animal life of the region. Lavishly illustrated with 130 color ph
  

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This book offers a great collection of information that taken as a whole really helped me understand MN as a collective system, from the bottom up. Read full review

Contents

The present landscape
6
STREAMS AND RIVERS 2JJ APPENDIXES
9
CLIMATE AND WEATHER
27
PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY
44
DECIDUOUS FOREST
79
TALLGRASS PRAIRIE
51
WETLANDS 161
61
LAKES
197
THE FUTURE
267
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John R. Tester is a professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior at the University of Minnesota, where he serves on the graduate faculties in ecology, biology, and wildlife conservation.

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