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by George W Douglas
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Rare native vascular plants of British Columbia. George W. Douglas, D. V. Meidinger, Jenifer L. Penny. Illustrated flora of British Columbia. Volume 6: Monocotyledons (Acoraceae through Najadaceae). Meidinger, Jim Pojar.
George W. Douglas's scientific contributions. Publications (3). Rare vascular plant collections from the S. lias Mountains, northwestern British Columbia.
This is a short bibliography of major works on the History of British Columbia. The West Beyond the West: A History of British Columbia U. of Toronto Press, 1991. Francis, Daniel, ed. Encyclopedia of British Columbia
This is a short bibliography of major works on the History of British Columbia. Encyclopedia of British Columbia. 806 pp. Griffin, Harold. Vancouver: Commonwealth Fund, 1999. Johnston, Hugh, ed. The Pacific Province: A History of British Columbia. Douglas & McIntyre, 1996).
Douglas, George W. 1973. Alpine plant communities of the North Cascades Range, Washington and British Columbia. Rare Native Vascular Plants of British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. 145 p. PUBLICATIONS. Douglas, George W. & Ronald J. Taylor. Contributions to the flora of Washington. Franklin, Jerry . William H. Moir, George W. Douglas, & Curt Wiberg. Invasion of subalpine meadows by trees in the Cascades Range, Washington and Oregon. Douglas, George . and M. Ryan. Status of the Montane Yellow Violet, Viola praemorsa ssp. praemorsa (Violaceae) in Canada. Province of British Columbia. Victoria, British Columbia. D. Meidinger and J. Pojar. Volume 3. Dicotyledons (Diapensiaceae through Onagraceae). Canadian Field-Naturalist 112: 491-495. Status of the Deltoid Balsamroot, Balsamorhiza deltoidea (Asteraceae) in Canada. Canadian Field-Naturalist 115: 451-454.
Ottawa, On. Canada : Rare and Endangered Plants Project, Botany Division, Canadian Museum of Nature.
Argus, George . George William); Pryer, Kathleen . Kathleen Mary); Rare and Endangered Plants Project (Canada). Ottawa, On. Canadian Museum of Nature. Canadian Museum of Nature Library, Bibliothèque du Musée canadien de la nature.