Wildflowers of Calgary and Southern Alberta

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University of Alberta, 1996 - Wild flowers - 119 pages
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France Royer and Richard Dickinson have created a great field guide for everyone who has ever wanted to know the name -- or the story -- of a wildflower. Perfect for your pocket, pack or glove box. Concise, readable descriptions accompany glorious colour photographs of more than 100 Alberta species, found from Red Deer to the Montana border, Banff National Park to the Cypress Hills.
 

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Contents

PLANT DESCRIPTIONS
7
GLOSSARY
105
BIBLIOGRAPHY
111
ABOUT THE AUTHORS 19
119
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About the author (1996)

France Royer is a self-taught photographer. Richard Dickinson is a research associate of the Royal Ontario Museum and a graduate of the University of Alberta (B.Sc., Physical Geography). France and Richard have been working together since 1989 and operate a botanical and photographic service company. Their other titles with the University of Alberta Press are Weeds of Canada and the Northern United States, Wildflowers of Edmonton & Central Alberta, and Wildflowers of Calgary & Southern Alberta. Another of their works, Plants of Alberta was published by Lone Pine Publishing.

Richard Dickinsonlives in Toronto andhas taught plant taxonomy for more than twenty-five years. He is couthor of "Wildflowers of Edmonton and Central Alberta", "Wildflowers of Calgary and Southern Alberta", "Plants of Alberta, "and"Weeds of North America.

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