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Fall Foliage: The Mystery, Science, and Folklore of Autumn Leaves

Author(s): Smith, C. W. G.

Year: 2005

Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Falcon Guide

ISBN: 0762727888

Subject: Natural History, Plant Identification

Comments: From Amazon.com Fall Foliage celebrates one of nature's most spectacular, beloved, and fleeting phenomenon. This informal but authoritative guide-part artistic color photography, part science, part travelogue-answers commonly asked questions about foliage: Why do leaves turn yellow, or red? Why do leaves fall? How can you identify trees by their leaves or their bark? Where are the best displays of fall foliage nationwide, and when is peak season?

Last Updated: 2007-01-01

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