2 edition of Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago found in the catalog.
Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago
A. E. Porsild
|Statement||Alf Erling Porsild ; illustrations by Dagny Tande Lid|
|Series||National Museum of Canada. Bulletin no. 146. Biological series no. 50, Bulletin (National Museum of Canada) -- no. 146., Bulletin (National Museum of Canada) -- no. 50.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
OPEN BOOK ~ News from the Rare Books Department of Special Collections at the J. Willard Marriott Library, The University of Utah. Search: Tag Archives: Canadian Arctic Archipelago Stop and Smell the (Arctic) Flowers. 30 Wednesday May including research on climate, flora and fauna. In fact, the notes taken by Parry and his shipmates. Evidence for hybridization and introgression in two Canadian Arctic louseworts: Pedicularis langsdorffii subsp. arctica and Pedicularis hirsuta. Paul C. Sokoloff, a Colin J. Chapman, a b Lynn J. Gillespie a b. a Canadian Museum of Nature, Botany Section, Research and Collections, P.O. Box , Station D, Ottawa, ON K1P 6P4, Canada.
Photos of the artist's work superimposed on a fascmile copy of A.E. Porsild's illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, published by the National Museum of . The next year, when I was an incoming doctoral student in biogeography planning fieldwork in the High Arctic, my mentor at McGill University recommended the Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (Porsild, ), which had already been out of print for many years.
The Arctic Archipelago, also known as the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, groups together all islands lying to the north of the Canadian continental mainland excluding Greenland (an autonomous territory of Denmark).. Situated in the northern extremity of North America and covering about 1,, km 2 (, sq mi), this group of 36, islands in the Arctic Sea comprises much of the territory. Introduction. The High Arctic land areas in North America comprise the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (CAA), w+ islands covering million km 2, and parts of Greenland, the world’s largest island with a total area of million km 2 (Danks , Aiken et al. , Böcher et al. ).High Arctic areas experience a very long and cold winter, with average temperatures of to.
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Porslid. Get this from a library. Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. [A E Porsild; Canada. Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources.]. Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago,National Museum of Canada Bulletin, Number pages with 70 figures and maps.
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A comprehensive re-assessment of grasses in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago is presented as an annotated checklist recognizing 49 taxa. Twenty-five names that have been associated with the flora of.
Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. National Museum of Canada, Ottawa. Thomson JW. American Arctic Lichens I. The Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago is a comprehensive guide to the ferns and flowering plants of the Canadian Arctic islands recently published on CD-ROM by the Canadian Museum of Nature and NRC Research Press.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Porsild, A. (Alf Erling), Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. [Ottawa]: [Queen's Printer] This Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago in DELTA electronic database format allows for illustrated, interactive identification of taxa of vascular plants on the Arctic Islands of Canada.
Floristic data were gathered by Susan Aiken (editor) and many contributors (see Contacts). Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (2nd edition, revised). National Museum of Canada Bulletin 1– Porsild, A. Some new or critical vascular plants of Alaska and Yukon.
Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Ottawa, Dept. of Northern Affairs and National Resources, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A E Porsild; National Museum of Canada.; Canada.
Department of Northern Affairs and. In the early 20th century the Canadian North was a mystery, but the Canadian military stepped in, and this book explores its historic activities in Canada’s Arctic.
Is the Canadian North a state of mind or simply the lands and waters above the 60th parallel. In searching for the ill-fated Franklin Expedition in the 19th century, Britain’s Royal Navy mapped and charted most of the Arctic. Buy Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago: NHBS - SG Aiken, MJ Dallwitz, LL Consaul, CL McJannet and RL Boles, NRC Research Press About Help Blog.
Andre kilder. Hulten, Eric () Flora of Alaska and Neighboring Territories: A Manual of the Vascular Plants (Stanford University Press) Porsild, Erling () Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (National Museum of Canada) Rønning, Olaf () The Flora of Svalbard (Norsk polarinstitutt) ISBN Links.
Dagny Tande Lid - botanical drawings. She is also represented in several of the popular papers and books by Danish-Canadian botanist Erling Porsild, including Edible plants of the Arctic (), Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago (), and Rocky Mountain wild flowers ().
Illustrated flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago by A. E Porsild (Book) 10 editions published between and in English and Undetermined and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide Canadian Eskimo art by Canada (Book) 10 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Saxifragaceae of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago: a contribution to a DELTA database for interactive identification and illustrated information retrieval. Susan G Aiken, Michael J Dallwitz, Cheryl L McJannet, Lynn J Gillespie, and, Laurie L Consaul.
ever, two of Porsild’s books have secured an indefinite shelf-life: 1. The Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago ( p., and subsequent editions), and 2. Vascular plants of the Continental North-west Territories, Canada, co-authored with W.
Cody ( p., ). Both books, pub-lished by the National Museums of Can. Northern Canada, colloquially the North, is the vast northernmost region of Canada variously defined by geography and politics.
Politically, the term refers to three territories of Canada: Yukon, Northwest Territories, and rly, the Far North (when contrasted to the North) may refer to the Canadian Arctic: the portion of Canada that lies north of the Arctic Circle, east of Alaska.An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States and Canada Illustrated Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago Important Forest Trees of The United States Invasive Plants Lichens of North America The Moth Book V5: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Moths of North America 1.The traditional medicinal uses of plants by the Inuit of Nunavut, Canada were analysed using quantitative ethnobotanical methodology.
Traditional knowledge was collected during interviews with volunteer Inuit informants and from historical interview transcripts.