This book is a study of plants on the continental islands in Barkley Sound, British Columbia, and can be considered an island biogeography case history, constrained by taxon and region. It discusses plant distribution and diversity, and illustrates some aspects of local adaptation, niche shifts, and interspecific influences on community assembly.
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