100 Years of Change in the Distribution of Common Indiana Weeds

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100 Years of Change in the Distribution of Common Indiana Weeds
CD-ROM
Purdue University Press
11/30/2006
0pp
Agriculture, Horticulture
English
1557534357
9781557534354
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Book Description

This reference tracks the distribution of approximately 200 common weed species throughout Indiana's 92 counties. Each weed's distribution is shown on range maps at three times -- 1899, 1940, and 2004. The Overleases' compendium records the continuing expansion of weeds, aggressive plants that can move into an available habitat, across Indiana. The book itself is also one that continues the timeline of two other major studies of the Hoosier state - Stanley Coulter's 1899 catalog of Indiana plants and Charlie Deam's 1955 flora of Indiana.

About the Author(s):

William Overlease received his B.S. in 1950 M.S. in 1952 and Ph.D. in 1964 from Michigan State University. From 1963-1987 he was Professor of Biology at Westchester University. He achieved Professor Emeritus in 1988.

Edith Overlease earned her B.S. in 1956 from Indiana University and was an elementary school teacher from 1958 to 1974.