Wetland Plants of the Adirondacks: Herbaceous Plants and Aquatic Plants

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Trafford Publishing, 2011 - Science - 176 pages
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Wetlands are increasingly viewed as valuable resources rather than wastelands and appreciated as reservoirs for species diversity. These two companion volumes provide the naturalist and field worker with complete descriptions and illustrations of 312 plant species found in Adirondack wetlands and sufficient information for the identification of many more. We hope you will take the books along on your next outing and begin to share our fascination with wetland plants.
 

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Meiyin Wu (PhD) is an ecologist and Associate Professor of Biology and Molecular Biology at Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ. She has worked on a wide array of wetland projects at the Adirondack-Lake Champlain region. An award-winning scholar, educator, and inventor.Dennis Kalma (PhD Yale University) is an environmental consultant specializing in wetland vegetation. He has lived and worked in the Adirondacks for the past 25 years. Contact at kalma.dennis@gmail.com

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