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MountainsAuthor(s): Regina M. Rochefort; Laurie L. Kurth; Tara W. Carolin; Robert R. Mierendorf; Kimberly Frappier; David L. Steenson
Source: In: Apostol, Dean; Sinclair, Marcia, eds. Restoring the Pacific Northwest: The art and science of ecological restoration in Cascadia. Washington, DC: Island Press: 241-275.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis chapter concentrates on subalpine parklands and alpine meadows of southern British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, and western Montana. These areas lie on the flanks of several mountain ranges including the Olympics, the Cascades of Oregon and Washington, and the Coast Mountains in British Columbia.
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CitationRochefort, Regina M.; Kurth, Laurie L.; Carolin, Tara W., Riedel, Jon L.; Mierendorf, Robert R.; Frappier, Kimberly; Steenson, David L. 2006. Mountains. In: Apostol, Dean; Sinclair, Marcia, eds. Restoring the Pacific Northwest: The art and science of ecological restoration in Cascadia. Washington, DC: Island Press: 241-275.
KeywordsPacific Northwest, subalpine parklands, alpine meadows, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Montana, Olympics Mountains, Cascades Mountains, Coast Mountains
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