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Botanical Surveys

Nature volume 81, page 127 (29 July 1909) | Download Citation

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REFERRING to the review, in NATURE of July 15, of Mr. F. Morey's “Guide to the Natural History of the Isle of Wight,” in which it is suggested that the Isle of Wight affords wide scope for a botanical survey on the lines followed by Dr. W. G. Smith and his school of plant-ecologists, it may be of interest to the reviewer and others to state that already the primary survey of the district has been completed and maps made by the writer, in association with the Central Committee for the Study of British Vegetation.

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  1. Storey Institute, Lancaster, July 19.

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