North American Terrestrial Vegetation (Second Edition). Barbour, M. G.; Billings, W. D.; Bliss, L. C.; Christensen, N. L.; Colon, J. F.; Delcourt, H. R.; Delcourt, P. A.; Elliot-Fisk, D. L.; Franklin, J. F.; Halpern, C. B.; Hartshorn, G. S.; Keeley, J. E.; Loope, L. L.; Lugo, A. E.; Luna, I.; MacMahon, J. A.; McKee, K.; Mendelssohn, I. A.; Minnich, R. A.; Peel; Risser, P. G.; Scatena, F. N.; Sims, P. L.; Toledo, V. M.; Valazquez, A.; West, N. E.; and Young, J. A. Cambridge University Press.
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[Excerpt from Introduction] Chapters focus on the major plant formations of North America, but they also include information on many other, more local, vegetation types. The authors have devoted enough attention to each vegetation type discussed to give the reader details on vegetation structure, response to disturbance, community/environment relations, nutrient cycling and productivity, and autecological behavior of dominant species.
@book{barbourNorthAmericanTerrestrial2000,
  title = {North {{American}} Terrestrial Vegetation (Second Edition)},
  author = {Barbour, M. G. and Billings, W. D. and Bliss, L. C. and Christensen, N. L. and Colon, J. F. and Delcourt, H. R. and Delcourt, P. A. and Elliot-Fisk, D. L. and Franklin, J. F. and Halpern, C. B. and Hartshorn, G. S. and Keeley, J. E. and Loope, L. L. and Lugo, A. E. and Luna, I. and MacMahon, J. A. and McKee, K. and Mendelssohn, I. A. and Minnich, R. A. and {Peel} and Risser, P. G. and Scatena, F. N. and Sims, P. L. and Toledo, V. M. and Valazquez, A. and West, N. E. and Young, J. A.},
  editor = {Barbour, M. G. and Billings, W. D.},
  date = {2000},
  publisher = {{Cambridge University Press}},
  abstract = {[Excerpt from Introduction] Chapters focus on the major plant formations of North America, but they also include information on many other, more local, vegetation types. The authors have devoted enough attention to each vegetation type discussed to give the reader details on vegetation structure, response to disturbance, community/environment relations, nutrient cycling and productivity, and autecological behavior of dominant species.},
  isbn = {0-521-55986-3},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13507791,ecological-zones,north-america,vegetation}
}
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