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Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands

Roy L. Taylor

Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands

by Roy L. Taylor

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Published by Plant Research Institute, Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- British Columbia -- Queen Charlotte Islands

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: pt. 2, p. 121-138.

    StatementRoy L. Taylor and Gerald A. Mulligan.
    SeriesMonograph (Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch) -- no. 4, pt. 2 [etc.]
    ContributionsMulligan, Gerald A., 1928-., Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK203.B7 T39
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14762402M

      Queen Charlotte Islands: untouched paradise In a far-flung corner of Canada, the wild grandeur of the Queen Charlotte Islands helps Sasha Bates forget all worldly woes.   The liverwort flora of the Faeroe Isles is presented with distribution maps of the approximately taxa recorded from the islands. The flora is the result of a climate with high yearly precipitation, relatively mild winters, and rainy summers, comparable to the Queen Charlotte Islands. The distribution and phytogeography of some Faeroese liverworts are discussed. Many taxa have an Cited by: 1.

    The Colony of the Queen Charlotte Islands was a British colony constituting the archipelago of the same name (which in was renamed Haida Gwaii) from to July , when it was amalgamated into the Colony of British Columbia.. The Queen Charlotte Colony was created by the Colonial Office in response to the increase in American marine trading activity resulting from the gold rush on American: Claims, Oregon Country. The Haida today make up about half of the islands' population of 6, The Queen Charlottes have a reputation as the "Canadian Galapagos," as these islands -- ranging between 51 and km ( miles) from the mainland -- have evolved their own endemic species and subspecies of flora and fauna.

    Additions to the flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands on limestone Article in Canadian Journal of Botany 61(10) January with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'.   New radiocarbon dates and plant macrofossil data establish that parts of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, were ice-free during and subsequent to the late Wisconsin glacial maximum on the Pacific coast of Canada. A paleoecological investigation of dated sediments at Cape Ball has indicated that a varied flora consisting of terrestrial and aquatic plants was present there Cited by:


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texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands by Calder, James A., Publication date Topics Botany -- British Columbia -- Queen Charlotte Islands Publisher [Ottawa, Queen's Printer]Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Calder, James A., Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands.

[Ottawa, Queen's Printer] (OCoLC)   texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands by Calder, James A., Publication date Topics Plantes, flore insulaire, Botany Publisher [Ottawa: Queen Pages: The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Book Title. Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands. Calder, James A., Publication Details. Here is the exciting history of the little-known Queen Charlotte Islands. Sincewhen Europeans first encountered the proud and mighty Haida, adventurous men and women have been drawn to this farthest west region of Canada.

Some were lured by sea otter pelts, others by /5(2). Haida Gwaii: The Queen Charlotte Islands Paperback – The flora, fauna and people of these sacred Haida lands.

Complete with area maps, travel and accommodation information. Includes photos and ecological details, recreation activities and historical First Nations background.5/5(1). The Queen Charlotte Islands Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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The citation Part 1 refers to Calder and Taylor (), Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands, Part 1, Systematics of the Vascular Plants. An asterisk pre- ceding the generic name means that a taxon is introduced to the Islands.

When no asterisk is used, the taxon is indigenous to the Islands. Located off the northwest coast of British Columbia, the mystical archipelago of Haida Gwaii (previously known as the Queen Charlotte Islands) is a place of unrivalled natural beauty and is rightly found on the must-see list of many travellers/5(8).

The Queen Charlotte Islands book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This very detailed book covers the recent history of Haida Gwa 3/5.

Part 1 gives an account of the systematics of the vascular plants of the Queen Charlotte Islands, an archipelago of about islands off the northwest coast of British Columbia between 52°° N and °° W.

Keys, descriptions and distribution maps are given of species, and the book is illustrated with coloured and black and white photographs and line by: Excerpt from A Preliminary Catalogue of the Flora of Vancouver and Queen Charlotte Islands A Flora is a botanical account of the plants of a country or district, with the orders or families systematically arranged under the classes.

The genera under the orders, and the species (when there are more than one) under the genus to which they : William R. Carter. A sequel to The Queen Charlotte Islandsthis volume is an intimate tour of the mystical ing at the northwest tip of the islands, nearly features are presented in geographical sequence.

Thus the reader may journey in a natural progression around the more than islands which make up the : Kathleen E. Dalzell. The following montane, subalpine, and alpine species not previously reported from the Queen Charlotte Islands are documented: Astragalus robbinsii, Taraxacum ceratophorum, Pyrola asarifolia, Salix stolonifera, Senecio lugens, Selaginella densa, and Cystopteris plants disjunctly distributed and endemic in the Queen Charlotte Islands are found more frequently on limestones Cited by: 3.

Title. A preliminary catalogue of the flora of Vancouver and Queen Charlotte Islands. Carter, William R. Newcombe, C. Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands. By James A. Calder. Topics: Botany, British Columbia, colombie britannique, flore insulaire Author: James A.

Calder. The Haida of the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbiaconstructed some of the most magnificent houses and erected some of themost beautifully carved totem poles on the Northwest Coast. During thelast quarter of the nineteenth-century, images of the Haida'simmense cedar houses and soaring totem poles were captured, first onglass plates and later on film, by photographers who travelled.

NEW TAXA AND NOMENCLATURAL CHANGES WITH RESPECT TO THE FLORA OF THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS, BRITISH COLUMBIA - Canadian Journal of Botany One new species and eight new subspecies are described; 43 nomenclatural changes are proposed.

New entities are Geum schofieldii Calder & Taylor, Calamagrostis purpurascens ssp. tasuensis Calder & Cited by: Topics: Botany, British Columbia, colombie britannique, flore insulaire, Queen Charlotte Islands, reine-charlotte, ilesAuthor: James A. Calder. The Flora of the Queen Charlotte Islands describes plants from the islands.

Soils are variable. Peat is common in poorly drained flats and even on sloping ground in the wetter nates: z53°N °W / 53°N. A preliminary catalogue of the flora of Vancouver and Queen Charlotte Islands Item Preview remove-circle A preliminary catalogue of the flora of Vancouver and Queen Charlotte Islands by Carter, William R; This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

Pages: Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Sophia Charlotte; 19 May – 17 November ) was the wife of King George was Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from her wedding in until the union of the two kingdoms inafter which she was queen consort of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland until her death in She was also the Electress consort of Hanover in the Born: 19 MayUnteres Schloß, Mirow, Duchy ."Haida Gwaii: The Queen Charlotte Islands has evolved as the definitive outdoor guide to the islands and expands upon the authors' previous book, Islands of Discovery.

Applying their detailed knowledge of the geography, social history, and the natural attractions of the islands.