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Title The Flora Collection
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Release 2018
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ISBN 9780565094409
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Flora Collection
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Release 198?
Category Cooking
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Title Flora Collection
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Release 1998
Category Botany
Total Pages 43
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Digitizing Your Collection by Susanne Caro

Title Digitizing Your Collection
Author Susanne Caro
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Release 2015-12-11
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 176
ISBN 0838914012
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Digitizing your collection is not only a great way to increase access to your materials, it also engages patrons on a whole new level and helps communicate your library’s value. But with staff time and resources already spread thin, it can be a challenge to plan and undertake a digitization initiative. The good news is that public libraries across the country have done just that. Here, the authors share lessons and tips for success, showing the way to getting your collection online. With succinct and practical guidance that can be adapted to any size institution, this book explains why public libraries should take digitization seriously, listing key points that can be used to get stakeholders on board;points out what you should consider before undertaking a digitization project;discusses copyright and other access-related issues;shows how public libraries are handling funding and finding collaborative partners; shares ways that libraries have used digitization projects for community outreach and to promote collections; and offers advice on marketing and media.Many libraries across the country have found ways to create wonderful digital collections, and this book shows you how you can too.

Title The Oligocene Haynes Creek Flora of Eastern Idaho
Author Daniel I. Axelrod
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release 1998-07-31
Category Nature
Total Pages 99
ISBN 9780520098244
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This flora of 70 species is dominated by deciduous trees, many with descendants in China. Precipitation was 890 mm, mean annual temperature 12.5°C, the annual range 10°C, and freezing rare. Elevation was about 1000 meters. Comparison with the Horse Prairie flora, 30 miles east and across the present continental divide, indicates that the divide was then low and discontinuous, with warmer climate to the east.

Title The Late Oligocene Creede Flora Colorado
Author Daniel I. Axelrod
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release 1987-01-01
Category Science
Total Pages 235
ISBN 9780520097278
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Important changes have occurred in the composition of forest, woodland, and riparian vegetation in the Creede area since the Oligocene. The evidence for this is based on fossil samples from several sites in each of 4 areas in the northern part of the Creede basin. All of them are rich in plant remains deposited in a lake near the shore or on floodplains interfingering with lake sediments. The florules at the 2 lacustrine sites (Birdsey Gulch and Dry Gulch) differ considerably in composition owing to topographic setting and exposure, whereas those of the two floodplain environments (5-Mile Bridge and Wason Cliffs) are more similar. The general sample of the vegetation of the area is adequate and most probably represents typical vegetation of the region. The major changes these samples reflect are in the relative abundance of taxa, many of which are represented by similar species in the region today. Some foret trees (Abies, Picea, Pinus, Pseudotsuga) have become more dominant in the vegetation, whereas earlier they were rather rare. Woodland shows a similar relationship, as does the riparian community, in which new taxa have entered the region (Alnus, Populus cf. angustifola), or have become dominant (Betula, Populus cf. tremuloides). Grasslands are relatively new yet are being displaced by shrubs and woody perennials as the result of recent overgrazing by cattle and sheep. Some taxa that contributed to these vegetation zones disappeared as climate became less equable (Arbutus, Cercis, Cerocarpus, Pinus, Populus, Quercus) or as the imcidence of summer rainfall decreased (Crataegus, Mahonia, Picea, Prunus, Tsuga, etc.) While the dynamic nature of change in terms of species abundance within communities is apparent, most Creede species show that there has been relatively little morphologic change during the past 26 m.y.

Title The Kidston Collection of Fossil Plants
Author Robert Crookall
Publisher
Release 1938
Category Paleobotany
Total Pages 34
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Title The Orchid Flora of Taiwan A Collection of Line Drawings
Author Tsan-Piao Lin
Publisher 國立臺灣大學出版中心
Release 2019-12-01
Category Science
Total Pages 1032
ISBN 9863503681
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The history of written records of native orchids in Taiwan began in 1857 with a British botanist. After more than 160 years of study by European, Japanese, and Taiwanese scholars and enthusiasts, the list of native orchids increased to more than 470 species, including natural hybrids and varieties. The author exerted extensive e orts to include all known species in this work and arranged them based on the order of subfamilies. Scientific names, synonyms, and relevant references are provided for each species. Many of the species are provided with additional explanations in the “note” section. The uniqueness of this book is the line drawing illustrations which emphasize the structure of the column. In total, 500 figures are presented to accompany the species descriptions. These extensive line drawings were accumulated since 1971 and were mostly drawn by the author. More than that, this book also presents the gynostemium structure of more than 380 species, including the stigma, pollinium, rostellum, and column, in high-resolution color plates.

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