Habitats and Ecological Communities of Indiana: Presettlement to Present

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Habitats
and Ecological Communities
of Indiana

Presettlement to Present

Edited by John O. Whitaker, Jr., and Charles J. Amlaner, Jr.
Marion T. Jackson, George R. Parker, and Peter E. Scott, Associate Editors

Indiana University Press
BLOOMINGTON AND INDIANAPOLIS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contributors v
  • Contents ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Part 1- A Statewide Overview- Land Use, Soils, Flora, and Wildlife 1
  • 1- Land Use and Human Impacts on Habitats 3
  • 2- Soils 12
  • 3- Vascular Plants and Vertebrate Wildlife 33
  • Part 2- Natural Habitats- Changes over Two Centuries 43
  • 4- Forest Lands 45
  • 5- Grasslands 77
  • 6- Wetlands 97
  • 7- Aquatic Systems 114
  • 8- Barren Lands 149
  • 9- Subterranean Systems 156
  • Part 3- Man-Made Habitats- Changes over Two Centuries 177
  • 10- Agricultural Habitats 179
  • 11- Developed Lands 193
  • Part 4- Species Concerns- Declining Natives and Invading Exotics 209
  • 12- Extirpated, Endangered, and Threatened Native Species 211
  • 13- Exotic and Invasive Species 219
  • 14- Vertebrate and Cave Invertebrate Species Described from Indiana 224
  • Conclusion- Summary and Research Needs 227
  • Appendixes 231
  • Glossary 453
  • Bibliography 457
  • Index 473
  • Books in the Indiana Natural Science Series 492
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