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Botany: Recent Publications

Bayer, R. J., A. L. Bogle, and D. M. Cherniawsky (2006) Petasites. In Flora of North America. Vol. 20, edited by Flora of North America Editorial Committee, pp. 635-640. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

Cherniawsky, D.M. (2003) Rare Vascular Plants of Alberta by Linda Kershaw, Joyce Gould, Derek Johnson, and Jane Lancaster. Reviewed in Great Plains Research 13(2):348-350.

Cherniawsky, D. M. (2002) Green Plants: Their Origin and Diversity, 2nd edition, edited by P. R. Bell and A. R. Hemsley. Reviewed in Ecoscience 9(1):127-128.

Cherniawsky, D. M., and R. J. Bayer (1998) Systematics of North American Petasites (Asteraceae: Senecioneae). III. A Taxonomic Revision. Canadian Journal of Botany 76:2061-2075.

Cherniawsky, D. M., and R. J. Bayer (1998) Systematics of North American Petasites (Asteraceae: Senecioneae). II. Isozyme Analysis and Population Genetic Structure. Canadian Journal of Botany 76:1476-1487.

Cherniawsky, D. M., and R. J. Bayer (1998) Systematics of North American Petasites (Asteraceae: Senecioneae). I. Morphometric Analysis. Canadian Journal of Botany 76:23-36.

Goffinet, B., and R. I. Hastings (1995) Two new soriediate taxa of Peltigera (Lichenized Ascomycetes). The Lichenologist 27:43-58.

Goffinet, B., and R. I. Hastings (1994) The lichen genus Peltigera (Lichenized Ascomycetes) in Alberta. Natural History Occasional Paper 21. Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton. 54 pp. ($9.95 Can.) [Available through the Museum Shop]

Graham, S. W., J. M. Zgurski, M. A. McPherson, D. M. Cherniawsky, J. M. Saarela, E. F. C. Horne, S. Y. Smith, W. A. Wong, H. E. O’Brien, V. L. Biron, J. C. Pires, R. G. Olmstead, M. W. Chase and H. S. Rai (in press). Robust inference of monocot deep phylogeny using an expanded multigene plastid data set. In Monocots: comparative biology and evolution, 2 vols, edited by J. T. Columbus, E. A. Friar, J. M. Porter, L. M. Prince and M. G. Simpson. Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, Claremont, California, USA.

Hastings, R. I. (2007) Coscinodon. In Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 27, Bryophytes: Mosses, Part 1. Oxford University Press, New York. pp 258-262.

Hastings, R. I. (2004) Coscinodon. In Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 27, edited by Flora of North America Editorial Committee. (accepted for publication). Provisional Publication: Bryophyte Flora of North America http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/bfna/V1/GrimCoscinodon.htm

Hastings, R. I. (2002) Biogeography of Grimmia teretinervis (Bryopsida, Grimmiaceae) in North America. The Bryologist 105:262-266.

Hastings, R. I. (2000) A new Alberta and second Canadian record for Orthotrichum hallii. Evansia 17:96-97.

Hastings, R. I. (1999) Taxonomy and biogeography of the genus Coscinodon (Bryopsida, Grimmiaceae) in North America, including a new species. The Bryologist 102:265-286.

Hastings, R. I. (1997) Grimmia pseudo-anodon new to Bolivia. Tropical Bryology 13:137-140.

Hastings, R. I. (1997) The taxonomy of Coscinodon arctolimnia (Bryopsida, Grimmiaceae), including a new subspecies from Asia. The Bryologist 100:50-55.

Hastings, R. I. (1996) The genus Coscinodon (Bryopsida, Grimmiaceae) in South America, including a new species. The Bryologist 99:418-427.

Hastings, R. I. (1996) Review of Grimmia Hedw. (Grimmiaceae, Musci) in Europe by H. C. Greven, 1995. The Bryologist 99.

Hastings, R. I. (1994) Environment and non-vascular cryptogamic flora of the Winefred Lake area, east-central Alberta. In Natural History of the Winefred Lake Region, East-central Alberta, edited by W. B. McGillivray, R. I. Hastings and M. Steinhilber, pp. 1-32. Natural History Occasional Paper 18. Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton. ($9.95 Can.) [Available through the Museum Shop]

Hastings, R. I. (1993) Zoogeography of Alberta mammals. In Alberta Mammals: an Atlas and Guide, by Hugh C. Smith, pp. 4-16. Royal Alberta Museum Publications, Edmonton. ($24.95 Can.) [Available through the Museum Shop]

Hastings, R. I., and H. C. Greven (2007) Grimmia. In Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 27, Bryophytes: Mosses, Part 1. Oxford University Press, New York. pp. 225-258.

Hastings, R. I., and H. C. Greven (2007) Grimmia milleri sp. nov. (Grimmiaceae) from northeastern North America and the status of Grimmia afroincurva. The Bryologist 110:500-505.

Hastings, R. I., and R. A. Ellis (1990) Environment, vegetation, and flora of the Andrew Lake area, northeastern Alberta. In Natural History of the Andrew Lake Region, Northeastern Alberta, edited by W. B. McGillivray and R. I. Hastings, pp. 1-32. Natural History Occasional Paper 12. Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton. ($9.95 Can.) [Available through the Museum Shop]

Hastings, R. I., and R. A. Ellis (1988) Environment, vegetation, and flora of the Bistcho Lake area, northwest Alberta. In Natural History of the Bistcho Lake Region, Northwest Alberta, edited by W. B. McGillivray and R. I. Hastings, pp. 1-32. Natural History Occasional Paper 10. Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton. ($9.95 Can.) [Available through the Museum Shop]

Hastings, R. I., and R. A. Ellis (1988) The status of Small Butterwort in Alberta. Alberta Naturalist 18:128-131.

Hastings, R. I., and H. C. Greven (2006) Grimmia. In Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 27, edited by Flora of North America Editorial Committee. (accepted for publication). Provisional Publication: Bryophyte Flora of North America http://www.mobot.org/plantscience/bfna/V1/GrimGrimmia.htm

Hastings, R. I., and R. Ochyra (2007) Grimmiaceae. In Flora of North America North of Mexico. Vol. 27, Bryophytes: Mosses, Part 1. Oxford University Press, New York. pp. 204-206.

Hrapko, J. O. (1996) Vegetation and Flora of the McIntyre Ranch. In A Bioinventory of McIntyre Ranch: An Extensive Fescue-Dominated Grassland in Southern Alberta, edited by W. B. McGillivray and M. Steinhilber, pp. 3-64. Natural History Occasional Paper No. 22. Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton. ($14.95 Can.) [Available through the Museum Shop]

MacDonald, S. E., B. R. Thomas, D. M. Cherniawsky and B. G. Purdy (2001) Managing Genetic Resources of Lodgepole Pine in West-Central Alberta: Patterns of Isozyme Variation in Natural Populations and Effects of Forest Management. Forest Ecology and Management 152:45-58.