Michigan Shrubs and Vines: A Guide to Species of the Great Lakes Region

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Michigan Shrubs and Vines: A Guide to Species of the Great Lakes Region Authors: , , Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: The University of Michigan Press Pages: 416 Illustrations and other contents: 158 black & white illustrations, 139 maps, 3 tables Language: English ISBN: 9780472117772 Categories: , , , , ,

Shrubs and vines are some of the most diverse and widespread plants in the Great Lakes Region. Michigan Shrubs and Vines is the must-have book for anyone who wishes to identify and learn about these fascinating plants. Presented in the same attractive, easy-to-use format as the classic Michigan Trees, the book gives detailed descriptions of 132 species, providing concise information on key characters, habitat, distribution, and growth pattern. Precise line drawings accompany each species description and illustrate arrangement and characteristics of leaves, flowers, and fruits in addition to stem structure to assist with reliable year-round identification. A thorough introduction covers the features and forms of shrubs and vines as well as their natural history, their role in landscape ecosystems, and their occurrence in regional ecosystems of North America and plant communities of the Great Lakes. This long awaited companion to Michigan Trees will appeal to botanists, ecologists, students, and amateur naturalists alike.

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Author Biography

Burton V. Barnes was Stephen H. Spurr Professor Emeritus of Forestry in the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan, USA. He is best known for his love of field teaching and his research and publications in forest and landscape ecology. Christopher Dick is Director of the Edwin S. George Reserve at the University of Michigan, USA and Associate Curator of the UM Herbarium. Melanie Gunn is Outreach Coordinator at Point Reyes National Seashore in California, USA.