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Wildflowers of Unalaska Island: A Guide to the Flowering Plants of an Aleutian Island (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 23. April 2014


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""The Wildflowers of Unalaska Island "will be a significant addition to the popular books available on Alaska flora. Ms. Golodoff obviously is quite knowledgeable about the plants on Unalaska Island, and her style of writing is engaging as well as scholarly. Her descriptive style really gave me a sense of place and an appreciation for the rugged terrain. . . . The illustrations are excellent! I also appreciate the mix of botanical descriptions, the ethnobotanical notes, and the Aleut names and literal translations. This combination adds a dimension that is rarely found in plant identification books."--Patricia Holloway, director, Georgeson Botanical Garden, University of Alaska Fa

"Wildflower enthusiasts in Alaska and elsewhere will be the audience for this handsome and knowledgeable volume. The climate and geology of Unalaska Island, where Golodoff is a resident, are described in an introduction. Introductions also are provided for each family; a small sampel of the families described is sedge, lily, iris, orchid, willow, birch, primrose, heath, and madder. Each entry includes a color photo of excellent quality as well as one or more line drawings of the plant. The descriptions, some of which are quite lengthy, include information on where and when the plant can be found, and a summary of its range."--Jane Erskine "Book News Inc. "

Wildflower enthusiasts in Alaska and elsewhere will be the audience for this handsome and knowledgeable volume. The climate and geology of Unalaska Island, where Golodoff is a resident, are described in an introduction. Introductions also are provided for each family; a small sampel of the families described is sedge, lily, iris, orchid, willow, birch, primrose, heath, and madder. Each entry includes a color photo of excellent quality as well as one or more line drawings of the plant. The descriptions, some of which are quite lengthy, include information on where and when the plant can be found, and a summary of its range. --Jane Erskine "Book News Inc. ""

"The Wildflowers of Unalaska Island "will be a significant addition to the popular books available on Alaska flora. Ms. Golodoff obviously is quite knowledgeable about the plants on Unalaska Island, and her style of writing is engaging as well as scholarly. Her descriptive style really gave me a sense of place and an appreciation for the rugged terrain. . . .The illustrations are excellent! I also appreciate the mix of botanical descriptions, the ethnobotanical notes, and the Aleut names and literal translations. This combination adds a dimension that is rarely found in plant identification books."--Patricia Holloway, director, Georgeson Botanical Garden, University of Alaska Fairbanks"

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Suzi Golodoff has been a resident of Unalaska Island for more than forty years. She teaches locally and offers Aleutian birding and natural history tours.

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