1 edition of Wild urban plants of the Northeast found in the catalog.
Wild urban plants of the Northeast
Peter Del Tredici
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Peter Del Tredici ; foreword by Steward T.A. Pickett|
|Series||Cornell paperbacks, Cornell paperbacks|
|LC Classifications||QK118 .D45 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||2009034648|
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and Detroit, it is broadly applicable to temperate urban environments across North :// The introduction to Peter's book is excellent, laying out a corrective understanding of the role of wild urban plants.
It challenges the idea that "native" is somehow more desirable (or even possibly maintainable) than "introduced" in an environment that is no longer anywhere near › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Science & Mathematics.
This book is an excellent field guide for wild plants, in suburban and rural areas, too. Several color photos are included for every plant listed in the book and are very helpful in identification. The descriptive information provided for the main entries includes scientific name and taxonomic authority, common names, botanical family, life In this field guide to the future, esteemed Harvard University botanist Peter Del Tredici unveils the plants that will become even more dominant in urban environments under projected future environmental Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide; Peter Del Trediciforeword by Steward T.
Pickett ; Book; Published by: Cornell University Press; View contents. View Citation; summary. In this field guide to the future, esteemed Harvard University botanist Peter Del Tredici unveils the plants that will become even more dominant in Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast is the first field guide to acknowledge the urban plant community around us and it challenges us to judge the plants on their virtues rather than by their place of origin.
This work will be the foundation for those who wish to evaluate plant communities by their function and sustainability rather than by Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast is an interesting new book by botanist Peter Del Tredici.(© by Cornell University, Cornell University Press, pages) Del Tredici’s goal is to encourage interested readers to explore the urban and suburban flora that surrounds us every day.
The idea for the book came out of his field biology field Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast. A Field Guide. By Peter del Tredici. Cornell University Press. This book is primarily a reference book that photographs and describes the multitude of plants that grow in our cities without any help from us – usually called :// (A full field guide covering non-urban, non-weed plants in the northeast would be less compact and probably less practical to use with only photos.) The book has several nice features, including a section for each plant discussing uses of the plant in different cultures or time :// The book covers species that flourish without human assistance or approval.
Rather than vilifying such plants as weeds, Del Tredici stresses that it is important to notice, recognize, and appreciate their contribution to the quality of urban :// Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide | Good Books The first time I opened this book I said to myself, “Wow – let’s put Peter Del Tredici in charge of all the plant field guides!” Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide Forward by Steward Pickett pp., Cornell University Press, Book February with Reads How we measure 'reads' The book covers species of plants that flourish in harsh urban and suburban environments without human intervention.
Del Tredici stresses that it is important to notice, recognize, and appreciate their contribution to the quality of urban :// Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide - Paperback quantity Add to cart SKU: Categories: Biological Sciences, Botany, Paperback, Science & Math Tags: X,Comstock Publishing Associates, English, stressful urban landscape that don’t just survive there, but thrive.
With no effort on our part, they fill the city with greenery, providing cleaner air and water, shade, and food and habitat for wildlife. Peter Del Tredici on Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast PDF | On Oct 1,Martha F. Hoopes and others published Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide by Peter Del Tredici | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Get this from a library.
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Del Tredici’s goal with this book is “to help the general reader identify plants growing spontaneously in the urban envi-ronment and to develop an appre-ciation of the role they play The book covers wild plants, detailing their identification, range, traditional and contemporary uses, and medicinal properties.
Each plant is accompanied by photographs and line drawings. The book is currently out of print, making used copies a bit more expensive than other field guides, but it’s so good that it still made our top 10. Author talk and book signing with Peter Del Tredici Our cities and towns may seem harsh and unwelcoming to vegetation, but in the field guide, Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast by Peter Del Tredici, Senior Research Scientist at Harvard's Arnold Arboretum, details the array of plants that grow spontaneously in sidewalk cracks, flourish along chain-link fences, and line the banks of streams and Get this from a library.
Wild urban plants of the Northeast: a field guide. [Peter Del Tredici] -- "Second edition of illustrated field guide to wild urban plants of the northeastern United States. Includes main entries plus 64 secondary species-feature descriptive information including Book Reviews Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide Peter Del Tredici.
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