|The history of vegetation classification and mapping in California||p. 1|
|Climate, paleoclimate, and paleovegetation||p. 43|
|California soils and examples of ultramafic vegetation||p. 71|
|Nonnative plants of California||p. 107|
|Estuarine wetlands||p. 124|
|Beach and dune||p. 155|
|Northern coastal scrub and coastal prairie||p. 180|
|Sage scrub||p. 208|
|The California Channel Islands||p. 229|
|Forests of northwestern California||p. 253|
|Closed-cone pine and cypress forests||p. 296|
|Oak woodlands and forests||p. 313|
|Valley grassland||p. 367|
|Vernal pools||p. 394|
|Riparian vegetation of the Great Valley||p. 425|
|Montane and subalpine vegetation of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade ranges||p. 456|
|Southern California conifer forests||p. 502|
|Alpine vegetation||p. 539|
|Transmontane coniferous vegetation||p. 574|
|Sagebrush steppe||p. 587|
|Mojave Desert scrub vegetation||p. 609|
|Colorado desert vegetation||p. 657|
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