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by Mark Muller,Paul Christiansen

eBook Illustrated Iowa Prairie Plants: Illustrated Guide Iowa Prairie Plants (Bur Oak Book) download ISBN: 0877456607
Author: Mark Muller,Paul Christiansen
Publisher: University Of Iowa Press; illustrated edition edition (May 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 237
ePub: 1320 kb
Fb2: 1990 kb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: lit mbr docx mobi
Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

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An Illustrated Guide to . This wonderful guide embodies the wealth of experience of Paul Christiansen, who has spent a lifetime studying Iowa prairies and prairie plants, and the talent of Mark Müller, whose deep appreciation of this most endangered ecosystem is reflected in his remarkable illustrations. I love the logic and functionality of this guide.

Illustrated Iowa Prairie Plants book. Using text and maps by Paul Christiansen and newly created drawings by Mark Muller, this first comprehensive guide to the prairie plants nat Iowa is the only state completely within the tallgrass prairie formation. Thanks to rich soil, adequate rainfall, and warm summer temperatures, hundreds of species combine to produce a diverse and colorful and ever-changing landscape.

An Illustrated Guide to Iowa Prairie Plants. by Paul Christiansen. This guide to the prairie plants native to Iowa provides all the information necessary for identifying and distinguishing even the most similar species

An Illustrated Guide to Iowa Prairie Plants. This guide to the prairie plants native to Iowa provides all the information necessary for identifying and distinguishing even the most similar species. Species are described from the ground up: stem, leaf, bud, flower, fruit and habitat. The time of flowering/fruiting is given for central Iowa.

Iowa is the only state completely within the tallgrass prairie formation.

book by Paul Christiansen. Iowa is the only state completely within the tallgrass prairie formation.

Start by marking An Illustrated Guide to Iowa Prairie Plants as Want to. Very good book- illustrated by a friend of mine.

Start by marking An Illustrated Guide to Iowa Prairie Plants as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The drawings are very detailed, but in b/w, so you need to know a bit about the plants before using it effectively.

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References Prairie Plants of Illinois; pp. 226-227; Voigt, John W. and Mohlenbrock, Robert . Both from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois

References Prairie Plants of Illinois; pp. Both from Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, Illinois. The Prairie Garden, 70 Native Plants You Can Grow in Town or County; pp. 160-161, Smith, J. Robert and Smith, Beatrice . University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin 1980. Wildflowers of the Tallgrass Prairie, The Upper Midwest, p. 243; Runkel, Sylvan T. and Roosa, Dean . Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa 1989. Flora of Missouri; p. 1498; Steyermark, Julian . Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa 1963.

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His work includes An Illustrated Guide to Iowa Prairie Plants (Iowa, 1999) and numerous posters and pamphlets for the Iowa Department of.Book Description University of Iowa Press, United States, 2000.

His work includes An Illustrated Guide to Iowa Prairie Plants (Iowa, 1999) and numerous posters and pamphlets for the Iowa Department of Transportation. Published by University of Iowa Press, United States (2000). ISBN 10: 0877456836 ISBN 13: 9780877456834. This is a guide to identifying more than 100 of the most common plants of the tallgrass prairie.

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Iowa is the only state completely within the tallgrass prairie formation. Thanks to rich soil, adequate rainfall, and warm summer temperatures, hundreds of species combine to produce a diverse and colorful and ever-changing landscape. Using text and maps by Paul Christiansen and newly created drawings by Mark Miller, this first comprehensive guide to the prairie plants native to Iowa provides all the information necessary for identifying and distinguishing even the most similar species.

Species are described from the ground up: stem, leaf, bud, flower, fruit, and habitat. The time of flowering and fruiting is given for the central part of Iowa. Where several species are closely related, a common member of the group is fully described, and the other species are compared with the first. Each species is paired with a distribution map. The superbly detailed illustrations, all of which were drawn specifically for this handbook, capture the general shape of each plant as well as its characteristic features. A guide to family identification, information about extant and restored prairies in Iowa, and a glossary are also included.

Farmers who settled Iowa in the 1800s viewed the great sea of grasses and wildflowers as a challenge to be replaced with cropfields and pastures. Today we realize that the prairie is an addictive, restorative, aesthetically satisfying place for study and recreation. An Illustrated Guide to Iowa Prairie Plants is designed to enable those who want to go beyond the most common plants to identify all native species and to learn more about their distribution, structure, and natural history.

Comments: (3)
August
The drawings and descriptions are very detailed. For those who want to include native plants in their backyards to provide food and shelter for Iowa birds, butterflies and insects, this will help differentiate between the good guys and weeds. Our prairie flowers and grasses are beautiful, and also help prevent flooding. What's not to like? This is a large, softcover book that is a welcome addition to my collection of prairie books, and I as an artist myself, I appreciate the keenly observed drawings.
Anarahuginn
Great book but illustrations need to be colored.
Yozshunris
Very thorough coverage, nice illustrations. Just wish they were in color.