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Status of White-top Aster in British Columbia Douglas, George W.
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Abstract: British Columbia, Canada’s most westerly province, has a bounty of biological diversity. British Columbia’s snowclad peaks, rain-drenched forests, arid grasslands, all sizes of rivers, lakes, and wetlands, and a long and rugged coast provide habitats for more species of living organisms than are found anywhere else in Canada. However, this very diversity means that there is much to be discovered about these organisms — their distribution, abundance, habitat requirements, and interrelationships with their environment. Increasing our knowledge of this biodiversity will help us with the complex task of sustainably managing our land and waters.
 
Douglas, George W., Illingworth, Jeanne M.. 1999. Status of White-top Aster in British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Species Status Report. B96
 
Topic: Species status
Keywords: white-top aster, aster curtus, species, status, biological diversity
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Aster curtus
ISBN: 0-7726-3857-8 English Name: White-top Aster
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