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- DescriptionCoastal Plants provides a definitive guide to the 100 most common plants of the Perth coastal region and includes the key species used in coastal restoration. Each species is presented with its Latin name, common name and family, together with its distribution, key diagstic features, natural history, pollination, uses in restoration and propagation. The description for each species is accompanied by a distribution map and diagstic photographs of the whole plant, flowers, seeds and fruits. Coastal Plants also contains introductory chapters on the biology and ecology of the coastal plants, their biogeography, and practical approaches to the restoration of coastal dune vegetation.
- Author BiographyKingsley Dixon is Director of Science at Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth, Western Australia. He is a specialist in the ecology, restoration and conservation biology of Australian native plants and ecosystems. He has led a multi-disciplinary scientific group for more than 20 years specialising in seed ecology and biology, propagation science, germplasm conservation, conservation genetics and restoration ecology. He is also the inaugural Permanent Visiting Professor in the School of Plant Biology at the University of Western Australia. His interest and love of coastal ecosystems and working with Cambridge Coastcare spurred him to produce this book.
- Author(s)Kingsley Dixon
- PublisherCSIRO Publishing
- Date of Publication08/02/2011
- SubjectNatural History: Plants
- Place of PublicationMelbourne
- Country of PublicationAustralia
- First Published2011
- ImprintCSIRO Publishing
- Content Notecolour photographs
- Weight544 g
- Width148 mm
- Height215 mm
- Spine18 mm
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