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“This book is both monumental as a culmination of research and magnificent as a publication. . . . Both author and publisher are to be congratulated. It is a beautiful production of a piece of work of outstanding character, and it is one which will be useful for centuries.”—BioScience“Alaska . . . suddenly jumps into the lead as that one of the United States with what is undoubtedly the most attractive and profound treatment of its vascular plants. . . . The author is to be congratulated upon a fine achievement, Stanford University Press for its superb execution of its publishing responsibility.”—Science“A model flora, incorporating an extraordinary amount of personal experience and insight. . . . The book is a triumph by any standards and certainly a new milestone in the floristic literature of North America.”—Plant Science Bulletin“This is a superb book in every respect. Without question, it will be the standard and authoritative reference concerning plants of the region it covers for many years to come.”—Rhodora“Probably the most important botanical book which has been published in America in several decades.”—Choice
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Oskar Eric Gunnar Hultén (18 March 1894 – 1 February 1981) was a Swedish botanist, plant geographer and 20th century explorer of The Arctic.
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