Native Plants of Southeast Alaska

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Windy Ridge Pub., 1995 - Botany - 284 pages
A comprehensive field guide to native ferns, trees, shrubs, grasses, sedges, rushes and herbs found in Southeast and South-central Alaska. Includes: Detailed line drawings for all species Plant descriptions for more than 830 species Keys to family, genus and species Range and abundance information Flowering times Former and alternate taxonomy Food and medicinal uses as well as other information essential for plant enthusiasts, botanists, hikers and naturalists

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Contents

Division Tracheophyta l
1
Division PteridophytaFems
11
Class Gymnosperrnae
22
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About the author (1995)

Judy Hall (Jacobson) began to study botany while a student at Cornell University where in 1975, she received a degree in Environmental Conservation. She participated in studies of old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest and the effects of clear-cutting on wildlife habitat in Southeast Alaska for Oregon State University. Currently, she is a naturalist with Alaska Nature Tours in Haines and has written Guide to Plants along the Manuka Nature Trail on the Big Island of Hawai'i, and several mushroom books. She enjoys exploring Alaska and Hawaii with her husband on land aboard the M/V Arcturus and S/V A'u.

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