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Changing patterns in the number of species in North American floras

A chapter of the publication: Land Use History of North America on general patterns of plant species diversity in North America that shows how these patterns have changed over time.

by Withers, Mark A.; Palmer, Michael W.; Wade, Gary L.; White, Peter S.; Neal, Paul R.; Sisk, Thomas D. (Editor); and Land Use History of North America Project (Sponsor)
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Biodiversity, Biogeography, Ecology, Environmental assessment, Land use and land cover, Species diversity, Vegetation
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United States
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