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Mono Lake Flora 2016 with Collection Details By Tom Schweich
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This is a checklist flora, a list of plants by family and species name, of plants growing in the Mono Lake basin. It includes very detailed descriptions of every collection, including the detailed... More > location, the name of the collector, date of collection, and the location of the resulting voucher.< Less
Flora of the Yosemite Sierra By Dean Taylor
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being a transect flora of the central Sierra Nevada, including all of Tuolumne, Mariposa and Madera Counties, the Mono Basin, and adjacent areas of Mono County
Bodie, California Presented by Calaveras Photography By Katherine Clark
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This is a book of over 30 photographs taken in the California ghost town of Bodie. Bodie is located in Mono County, near Mono Lake. This ghost town is California Historic Landmark number 341.
¡Véte Golpecito! By Liliane Grenier, Maggie Pagratis
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"Go Away Booboo!" in Spanish, translated by Clary Lopez. Las simpáticas ilustraciones y coloridas palabras de ¡Véte Golpecito! van a entretener y deleitar a los... More > niños, que lo que quieren es olvidar sus dolencias. En este bello y original cuento, Golpecito, una personificación de un moretón, toma vida propia y juega con monos, vacas, lunas y estrellas. Hasta camina sobre el planeta Martes, para ser olvidado al final. Todo lo que el niño recuerda son los brazos de su mamá. Traducido por Clary Lopez. * 50% of royalties from this book go to the Catholic Charities of Manatee County, Hispanic Outreach - to benefit the Hispanic Community.< Less
Cannon and Slinkard Fire Recovery Study: A Photographic Flora By Sia Morhardt, J. Emil Morhardt
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The specific purpose of this book is to assist field crews assessing the recovery of four burned areas on Bureau of Land Management land in Mono County, California. The first two areas, Cannon 1 and... More > 2, are south and west of Walker, California. The third, Slinkard 1, is just west of US 395 a little south of the Monitor Pass (California 89) turnoff. The fourth site, Slinkard 2, is along the south side of California 89 just before it ascends abruptly to Monitor Pass. Maps are included at the end of the book. The purpose of the fire recovery assessment is to examine the effectiveness of seeding three native grasses, a native flax, and antelope bush in fending off exotic grasses as the fire area recovers. All field work is done at the beginning of summer, but not all plants are in life stages at that time that allow them to be keyed out using standard sources. Thus, the intent of this book is to portray the plants as they appear in early summer to aid field crews in identifying them.< Less