A Field Guide to the Biodiversity of the Chicago Region

Paul Zorn Gulezian
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ISBN: 978-1-64386-005-3
Author: Paul Zorn Gulezian

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Section 1: The Environment
    • Geology and Topography
    • Habitats and Ecosystems
    • People and Land Use
    • Environmental Philosophy
    • Conservation and Restoration
  • Section 2: Flora and Fauna
    • Flora:
      • Herbaceous Plants
      • Woody Plants
      • Spore Plants and Lichens
      • Fungi
    • Fauna:
      • Vertebrates:
        • Fishes
        • Amphibians and Reptiles
        • Birds
        • Mammals
      • Invertebrates:
        • Insects
        • Other Invertebrates
  • References for Further Study
  • Acknowledgments
  • Photo Credits
  • Index


About the Author
Paul Zorn Gulezian, PhD, is an associate professor of biology and co-coordinator of environmental studies at Oakton Community College. He was born in Chicago and has been enamored with the biodiversity of the Chicago Region since before he could walk, talk, or use binoculars.


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