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Bowers, Janice Emily

BOWERS, Janice Emily

BOWERS, Janice Emily. American, b. 1950. Genres: Botany, Horticulture, Essays. Career: University of Arizona, Tucson, research assistant and coordinator, 1976-82; U.S. Geological Survey, Tucson, hydrological assistant and botanist, 1982-. Publications: Seasons of the Wind: A Naturalist's Look at the Plant Life of Southwestern Sand Dunes, 1986; One Hundred Roadside Wildflowers of Southwest Woodlands, 1987; A Sense of Place: The Life and Work of Forrest Shreve, 1988; Chiricahua National Monument, 1988; One Hundred Desert Wildflowers of the Southwest, 1989; The Mountains Next Door, 1991; Shrubs and Trees of the Southwest Deserts, 1993; A Full Life in a Small Place and Other Essays from a Desert Garden, 1993; Fear Falls Away and Other Essays from Hard and Rocky Places, 1997; The Desert, 2000. Address: PO Box 86205, Tucson, AZ 85754, U.S.A.

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