Raymond M. Turner

Raymond M. Turner is a retired plant ecologist, National Research Program, Water Mission Area, US Geological Survey, and emeritus professor at the University of Arizona. He has been studying the plant ecology of the Southwest region since 1954. He is the author or editor of dozens of books and articles, including co-author of The Changing Mile Revisited (2003) and The Ribbon of Green (2007).
The Changing Mile The Changing Mile
The Changing Mile

The Changing Mile

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The Changing Mile Revisited The Changing Mile Revisited
The Changing Mile Revisited

The Changing Mile Revisited

An Ecological Study of Vegetation Change with Time in the Lower Mile of an Arid and Semiarid Region

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Requiem for the Santa Cruz Requiem for the Santa Cruz
Requiem for the Santa Cruz

Requiem for the Santa Cruz

An Environmental History of an Arizona River

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The Ribbon of Green The Ribbon of Green
The Ribbon of Green

The Ribbon of Green

Change in Riparian Vegetation in the Southwestern United States

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Sonoran Desert Plants Sonoran Desert Plants
Sonoran Desert Plants

Sonoran Desert Plants

An Ecological Atlas

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