Conifers of the Pacific Slope

Conifers of the Pacific Slope is a contemporary field guide built to assist plant lovers in identifying one of the most intriguing and ancient groups of plants in the world. Conifers survive within the West’s most spectacular environments—from the coastal temperate rainforests to the highest mountain summits.

Educator, plant explorer, and author Michael Kauffmann introduces readers to the magic of the Pacific Slope's conifers through:

  • Color plates for identifying 65 species
  • Accurate and updated collection of range maps for all conifer along the Pacific Slope
  • Destinations for finding conifers in the field
  • Tantalizing photos from across the West
  • All conifer species found in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Nevada, southern British Columbia and northern Baja California

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ISBN: 978-0-939431-40-3

Library of Congress Control Number: 2013901839

144 pages - 115 color

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"Western North America includes the tallest, largest, and oldest trees in the world. These trees inspire visitors from around the world with their beauty and majesty, but not until now has a single, concise volume appeared that identifies these trees and describes their distribution. "Conifers of the Pacific Slope" is a valuable companion to anyone exploring the forests and woodlands of this vast region." --Christopher Earle, author of The Gymnosperm Database

 "A well-illustrated, information-rich, comprehensive, and yet compact and user-friendly identification guide."
--Stephen F. Arno author of Discovering Sierra Trees, Northwest Treesand Timberline: Arctic and Alpine Forest Frontiers



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