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The Relation of Soils to Natural Vegetation in Roscommon and Crawford Counties, Michigan

Burton Edward Livingston
Botanical Gazette
Vol. 39, No. 1 (Jan., 1905), pp. 22-41
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2466025
Page Count: 21
Subjects: Biological Sciences Botany & Plant Sciences Environmental Science
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The Relation of Soils to Natural Vegetation in Roscommon and Crawford Counties, Michigan
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    • - The distribution of the upland plant societies of Kent county, Michigan. Bot. Gaz. 35:36-54. 1903.
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    WARMING, E., Lehrbuch der ökologischen Pflanzengeographie, iibersetzt von Dr. E. Knoblauch. Bearbeitet von P. Graebner. Berlin. 1902. P. 55.
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    SCHIMPER, A. F. W., Pflanzengeographie auf physiologischer Grundlage. Jena. 1898. p. 94.
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    • , Investigations on the physical properties of soils. U. S. Dept. Agric., Field operations Div. Soils, i900-i9oi. pp. 4i8-42I.
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    • WHITNEY, M., The Division of Soils. Yearbook U. S. Dept. Agric. 1897. pp. 120-I25.
    • —Soil moisture. U. S. Dept. Agric., Div. Soils, Bull. 9. 1897.
    • WHITNEY, M., and CAMERON, F. K., The chemistry of the soil as related to crop-production. U. S. Dept. Agric. Bull. 22. 1903.
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    • 27th Ann. Rept. Secy. State Bd. Agric. 1888. pp. 207-2Io.
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    BRITTON and BROWN'S Illustrated Flora.
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    BEAL, W. J., Observations on the succession of forests in northern Michigan. 27th Ann. Rept., Bd. of Agric. Mich. 1888. pp. 74-78.
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    GAIN, E. Action de Peau du sol sur la vegetation. Rev. Gén. Bot. 7:16-26, 7i-84, I23-I37. 1895.
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    HEDGCOCK, C. G., Botanical Survey of Nebraska: Studies in the vegetation of the State, II. Lincoln. 1902.
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    SHERRARD, T. H., The Michigan forestry reserve. Report Mich. Forestry Commission 1902: 28-54. 1903.
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    • The plant societies of Chicago and vicinity, Bull. Geog. Soc. of Chicago 2:1-76. 1901.
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    • WHITNEY and CAMERON, Bull. 22, Bureau of Soils, U. S. Dept. Agric. 1903.
    • LIVINGSTON and JENSEN, An experiment on the relation of soil physics to plant growth. BOT. GAz. 38: 67-7I. 1904.