By T. R. Dudley, G. E. Crow(auth.)
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Published through the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic study Series.
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–7): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter 2 crops (pages 8–25): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter three weather (page 26): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter four Cooperating experts (page 27): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter five Herbaria Receiving replica Specimens (page 28): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter 6 Coordinates and Codes of Geographic positive aspects and Landmarks (pages 29–32): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter 7 Abbreviations and Translations of English, Spanish, and Latin phrases (page 33): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter eight Systematic and Annotated Synopsis of Vascular vegetation (pages 34–112): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter nine Addendum to Systematic and Annotated Synopsis of Vascular crops (pages 113–115): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter 10 Taxa said From Isla de los Estados or Peninsula Mitre yet now not Reconfirmed in 1971 (pages 116–120): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter eleven chosen Taxa Unrecorded for Isla De Los Estados, and Bahfas Buen Suceso and Valenti of Peninsula Mitre (pages 121–132): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter 12 Systematic advisor to Taxa in Synopsis (Sections eight and nine) (pages 133–134): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
Chapter thirteen Alphabetical Index of Taxa mentioned in Sections 10 and eleven (pages 135–136): T. R. Dudley and G. E. Crow
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At that time their numbers appeared few enough that they seemed to be in balance with the eco- loides, Chiliotrichium diffusum, Pernettya mucronata, Marsippospermum grandiflorum, Berberis ilicifolia, Empetrum rubrum, Gunnera magellanica, Senecio acanthifolius, and Luzuriaga marginata. system. Unfortunately, red deer were released at Ba. Crossley in March 1973, and Goodall  Other extremely common plants that appear to be more discriminate regarding altitudinal distribu- feels very strongly that the introduced grazing tion and habitat requirements include Drimys win- animals have had a definite detrimental effect on the vegetation of the western part of the island.
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A Contribution to the Flora and Vegetation of Isla De Los Estados (Staten Island), Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina by T. R. Dudley, G. E. Crow(auth.)