‘The Flora of the Snares Islands, New Zealand’ from Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Botany. Vol. 3, no. 17
September 8, 1969
Expedition Reports QH198 S5 SN324
Wellington: Royal Society of New Zealand
Of all the sub-Antarctic islands, the Snares are the ‘least modified’ by man through the introduction of non-native species of plants and animals. The earliest botanical survey of the islands, by well-known New Zealand botanist Thomas Kirk, dates back to the early 1890s. This paper, by University of Canterbury botanist Professor Brian Fineran, is based on research carried out in the Snares in 1961. Researchers studied not only the zoology and botany but also the geology, geography and meteorology of the region. The Snares are now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
B.A. Fineran, “‘The Flora of the Snares Islands, New Zealand’ from Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Botany. Vol. 3, no. 17,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed March 25, 2019, http://ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/9631.
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