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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Øvstedal, D. O., Smith, R. I. Lewis, Bliss, L. C.
Dag Olav Ovstedal is First Curator at the Botanical Garden in the University of Bergen's Department of Botany. His main research work covers the ecology and taxonomy of polar lichens, including the assessment of collections made by scientists in the Antarctic, and he has made several field expeditions to Svalbard to study these organisms in their Arctic habitats Ronald Lewis Smith is Senior Ecologist, and Director of the Herbarium, at the British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK. He has considerable experience of the terrestial vegetation of Antarctica and sub-Antarctica, having undertaken 17 scientific trips to these regionsØvstedal, D. O. is the author of 'Lichens of Antarctica and South Georgia A Guide to Their Identification and Ecology' with ISBN 9780521662413 and ISBN 0521662419.
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