GEOBOTANY

Ohio geologist Jane Forsyth, in a 1971 article “Geobotany” explaind the relationship between vegetation, soil type and the geologic history of Ohio.

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Ohio Geobotany, redrawn from Forsyth (1971) by Anna Rose (2021).

Substrate-associated Plants to Know and Love

I. Limestone


II. Sandstone

GEOBOTANY ARTICLE

GEOBOTANY ARTICLE