In the latter part of June, 1914, the writer joined a company of biological investigators and collectors, working under the general direction of Mr. Vernon Bailey, field naturalist of the U. S. Biological Survey, on a trip across the Cascade Mountains, by way of the McKenzie Pass. The purpose of the expedition was to secure certain zoological and botanical data and specimens of the animal and plant life of the region, with a view to determining the life zones of this section of Oregon, as well as to add material to the collections of the several institutions represented by the members of the party.
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Peck, Morton E.
"Flora of the East Slope of the Cascade Mountains, in Crook County, Oregon,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 22(1), 143-164.
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