7 edition of Guide to Great Lakes coastal plants found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ellen Elliott Weatherbee.|
|LC Classifications||QK130 .W43 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005033817|
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The coastal beaches of the Great Lakes are some of the most outstanding features of this vast chain of freshwater lakes. Many plants of this region grow nowhere else, and a number of protected species are found along the shoreline.
In Guide to Great Lakes Coastal Plants Ellen Elliott Weatherbee provides simple yet authoritative descriptions of Cited by: 1. Book Description The University of Michigan Press, United States, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. The coastal beaches are some of the most outstanding features of the vast northern Great Lakes region.
Many of the plants grow nowhere else, and a number of protected plants are found along the beaches.5/5(1). The coastal beaches of the Great Lakes are some of the most outstanding features of this vast chain of freshwater lakes.
Many plants of this region grow nowhere else, and a number of protected species are found along the shoreline. In Guide to Great Lakes Coastal Plants Ellen Elliott Weatherbee provides simple yet authoritative descriptions of. Get this from a library.
Guide to Great Lakes coastal plants. [Ellen Elliott Weatherbee] -- "In the Guide to Great Lakes Coastal Plants, Ellen Elliott Weatherbee provides simple yet authoritative descriptions of sixty-seven of the most interesting plants found on the United States and.
About this book. The coastal beaches are some of the most outstanding features of the vast northern Great Lakes region.
Many of the plants grow nowhere else, and a number of protected plants are found along the beaches. Guide to Great Lakes coastal plants. Weatherbee, Ellen Elliott. of Michigan Press pages $ Paperback QK Aimed at general readers, this pocket-sized reference presents concise descriptions of 67 of the most interesting plants found on the U.S.
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Reviewed in the United States on Febru Verified Purchase. I like this this book for its vast information on all aspects of each plant. the illustrations and photos are good quality as well. Very well done. More than 18 million nature lovers have chosen the Audubon Field Guides as their go-to nature reference.
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The Definitive Guide Including simple, yet authoritative, descriptions of 67 of the most interesting plants found along the United States and Canadian shores, this guidebook is full of great information about coastal plants in the Great Lakes region.
Great Lakes Rocks to Collect Along the Coast All of these Great Lakes rocks and fossils are full of history and beauty can all be found on our regional coastline. From patiently searching for a Lake Superior agate, to finding a beach on Lake Michigan that is full of Petoskey stones, cool and exciting rocks can be found in every one of the Great.
tions, and coastal residents should be able to ﬁ nd several species of each type that will thrive in their home environ-ments. However, only a small sample of the many native plants that are suitable for coastal landscapes are presented in this guide.
Information about additional native species can be found in the many resources listed on. The five interconnected Great Lakes (Superior, Ontario, Michigan, Erie and Huron) are impressive enough taken singly. Taken as a whole, the Great Lakes form the largest body of fresh water in the world; Lake Superior alone is more than three hundred miles from east to west.
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