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British Islands and their vegetation.
Tansley, A. G. Sir
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About this book. From the publisher's original announcement: 'The first systematic account of the natural and semi-natural plant communities of the British Islands was published inunder the title British Islands and their vegetation. book of British Vegetation. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tansley, A.G.
(Arthur George), Sir, British islands and their vegetation. Cambridge [Eng.] University Press. The appearance of Professor Tansley's long-awaited book on British vegetation is an event of first-class importance to all interested in the ecology of the British islands.
The work, he says, is intended to replace the much smaller Types of British Vegetation which was published 28 years ago. The greatly increased size of the present volume is some measure of the progress of ecology in this Cited by: The British Islands and their Vegetation by A.
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Book: The British islands and their vegetation. pp pp. Abstract: This work, which is intended to replace Types of British Vegetation vegetation Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details published inwas recorded in by: The definition of "British Islands", in its application to Acts passed after the establishment of the Irish Free State but before the commencement of this Act, includes the Republic of Ireland.
Irish Free State. The Irish Free State was established on 6 December and the Interpretation Act came into force on 1 January With British Islands and their vegetation. book Adjacent bodies of water: Atlantic Ocean, North Sea. THE BRITISH ISLANDS AND THEIR VEGETATION (2 VOLUMES) TANSLEY, SIR A.G.
Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge SKU: £ View in basket Add to basket Reprint. Two Volumes, Large 8vo., green clothbound hardbacks gilt, with gilt emblems to upper cover, with b/w pictorial dust jackets; Vol I: [xxxviii] + pp.
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They have a total area of aboutkm 2 (, sq mi) and a combined population of almost 72 million, and include two sovereign states, the Republic of Location: North-western Europe.
The British Islands and Their Vegetation, first published ingives a comprehensive account of the vegetation of the country, with an ample physical and historical and a full complement of maps, charts, diagrams and photographs.
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Contents - Preface. - Physyography.- History of the Flora and Vegetation.- Syntaxonomical Arrangment of Vegetation. Vegetation Of Britain & Ireland (New Naturalist) Arthur Tansley published his magnum opus, The British Islands and their Vegetation, in and followed that with a version for the serious amateur in the style of the New Naturalist series, Britain’s Green Mantle, in Michael Proctor published a revised version of this in Since then he has been one of the editors of the five-volume.
Tansley’ similar retirement in July had afforded him time to complete what began as a revision of Types of British Vegetat and became his greatest work of synthesis, The British Islands and their Vegetat published by Cambridge University Press infor which he was awarded the Linnean Society’s gold medal.
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