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  • Clements, F. E., 1904. “The Development and Structure of Vegetation”; Lincoln, Neb., U.S.A.
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  • Graebner, P., 1901. “Die Heide Norddeutschlands”; in Engler u. Drude, Veg. d. Erde, V; Leipzig .
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  • Grisebach, H. R. A., 1872. “Die Vegetation der Erde”; Leipzig . (French tr. by Tchihatchef, La Vég. du Globe; 1877–8, Paris).
  • Grisebach, H. R. A., 1880. “Gesammelte Abhandlungen und kelnere Schriften zur Pflanzengeographie”; Leipzig (2nd ed., 1884).
  • Hardy, M., 1905. “Esquisse de la géographie et de la végétation des Highlands D'Ecosse”; Paris . (See also “La Végétation des Highlands D'Ecosse”; in Ann. de Géogr., XV, 1905, with vegetation map.).
  • Harshberger, J. W., 1904. “A Phyto-geographic Sketch of extreme southeastern Pennsylvania”; in Bull. Torr. Bot. Club, XXXI.
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  • Humboldt, A., et Bonpland, A., 1819. English tr. by Williams, “Personal Narrative of Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of the New Continent during the years 1799–1804”; 7 vols. 18141829; London .
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  • Lewis, F. J., 1904b. “Geographical Distribution of Vegetation of the Basins of the Rivers Eden, Tees, Wear, and Tyne, Part II.”; in Geogr. Journ., XXIV, with vegetation map.
  • Linnaeus, C., 1751. “Philosophia Botanica”; Stockholm .
  • Linnaeus, C., 1754. “Stationes Plantarum.” (Diss. in “Amoenitates Academicae IV, pp. 6487, 1760.).
  • Livingston B. E., 1901. “The Distribution of the Plant Societies of Kent County, Michigan”; in Ann. Rep. Mich. St. Bd. Geol. Surv..
  • Livingston B. E., 1903. “The Distribution of the Upland Plant Societies of Kent County, Michigan”; in Botan. Gaz., XXXV.
  • Livingston B. E., 1905. “The Relation of Soils to Natural Vegetation in Roscommon and Crawford Counties, Michigan”; ib., XXXIX.
  • Livingston B. E., 1906. “The Relation of Desert Plants to Soil Moisture and to Evaporation”; Carnegie Inst., Washington .
  • Loew, E., 1879. “Ueber Perioden und Wege ehemaliger Pflanzenwanderungen im norddeutschen Tieflande”; in Linnaea, XLII.
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  • Meycn, F. J. F., 1836. “Grundriss der Pflanzengeographie”; Berlin , English tr. by Johnson, “Outlines of the Geography of Plants,” 1846; London (Ray Soc).
  • Moss, C. E., 1903, See Smith and Moss.
  • Moss, C. E., 1907, “Geographical Distribution of Vegetation in Somerset: Bath and Bridgwater District,” with vegetation map; Royal Geographical Society (also Edward Stanford), London .
  • Moss, C. E., 1907b, “Xerophily and the Deciduous Habit”; in New Phyt., VI.
  • Moss, C. E., 1909. Review of Warming's Œcology of Plants; in Science Progress. IV, pp, 3502.
  • Moss, C. E., Rankin, W. M., and Tansley, A. G. (1910, in the press). “The Woodlands of England,”.
  • Olsson-Seifer, P., 1905. “The Principles of Phytogeographic Nomenclature”; in Botan. Gaz., XXXIX.
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  • Pethybridge, G. H., and Praeger, R. Ll., 1905. “The Vegetation of the District lying south of Dublin”; in Proc. Roy. Irish Acad., XXV, B., 6, with vegetation map; Dublin .
  • Pound, R., and Clements, F. E., 1898; 2nd ed., 1900. “The Phytogeography of Nebraska”; Lincoln , Neb. , U.S.A .
  • Praeger, R. LI., 1905. See Pethybridge and Praeger.
  • Rankin, W. M., 1903. See Smith and Rankin.
  • Rankin, W. M., 1909, See Moss, Rankin, and Tansley.
  • Schimper, A. F. W., 1898. “Pflanzengeographie auf physiologischer Grundlage”; Berlin . English tr. by Fisher; “Plant Geography upon a Physiological Basis,” 190304; Oxford .
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  • Schröter, C., 1904. See Früh and Schröter.
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  • Smith, R., 1899. “On the Study of Plant Associations”; in Natural Science, XIV; Edinburgh and London .
  • Smith, R., 1900a. “Botanical Survey of Scotland: I., Edinburgh District,” with vegetation map; in Scott. Geogr. Mag., XVI. Also Bartholomew, Edinburgh .
  • Smith, R., 1900b, “Botanical Survey of Scotland: II., Northern Perthshire District,” with vegetation map; in Scott. Geogr. Mag., XVI. (See also “Plant Associations of the Tay Basin,” Part II.; in Proc. Perthshire Soc. Nat. Sc., III., with vegetation map.) Also Bartholomew, Edinburgh.
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  • Smith, W. G., and Moss, C. E., 1903. “Geographical Distribution of Vegetation in Yorkshire: Part I., Leeds and Halifax District,” with vegetation map; in Geogr. Journ., XXI. Also Bartholomew, Edinburgh .
  • Smith, W. G., and Rankin, W. M., 1903. “Geographical Distribution of Vegetation in Yorkshire: Part II., Harrogate and Skipton District,” with vegetation map; in Geogr. Journ. XXII. Also Bartholomew, Edinburgh .
  • Smith, W. G., 19045. See Smith and Smith.
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  • Tansley, A. G., 1905. See Blackman and Tansley.
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  • Tansley, A. G., 1910. See Moss, Rankin, and Tansley.
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