This paper contains an account of the grasses found in the Uintah Mountains and the adjacent Wasatch Mountains in Utah. Most of the region has an elevation of over 5,000 feet. The Uintah range contains a large number of snow-capped peaks; the highest about 13,700 feet high. Tributary to the range are two arid basins, the Green River Basin to the north and to the south the Uintah Basin. The region has been visited by Parry, Jones, Watson, Aven Nelson and some other botanists. Dr. Sereno Watson did some extensive work in the region as a member of the exploring party of the Fortieth Parallel.
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Pammel, L. H.
"The Grasses of the Unitah Mountains and Adjacent Regions,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 20(1), 132-149.
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