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Gil Nelson (born 1949) is a botanist, naturalist, author and speaker in the Southeastern United States.[1][2][3]

Gil Nelson
Gil Nelson at ADBC Summit 2019.jpg
NationalityAmerican
Scientific career
Fieldsbotany
InstitutionsFlorida State University
Websitewww.gilnelson.com

BibliographyEdit

  • The Trees of Florida 2010 – 480 pages
  • Best Native Plants for Southern Gardens: A Handbook for Gardeners 2010 – 352 pages
  • National Wildlife Federation Field Guide to Trees of North America with Bruce Kershner and Craig Tufts 2008 – 528 pages
  • Atlantic Coastal Plain Wildflowers: A Guide to Common Wildflowers 2006 – 272 pages
  • East Gulf Coastal Plain Wildflowers: A Field Guide... 2005 - 263 pages (A guide to the common wildflowers in the Gulf Coastal region of Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi including 300 color photographs)
  • Florida's best native landscape plants 2003 – 411 pages
  • The ferns of Florida: a reference and field guide 2000 – 208 pages
  • The shrubs and woody vines of Florida: a reference and field guide 1996 – 392 pages
  • Exploring wild northwest Florida 1995 – 270 pages
  • Exploring wild north Florida 1995 – 244 pages

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Green digitization: Botanical collections data answer real-world questions". phys.org. Retrieved 2019-10-02.
  2. ^ Ledford, Heidi (2017-08-11). "Artificial intelligence identifies plant species for science". Nature: nature.2017.22442. doi:10.1038/nature.2017.22442. ISSN 0028-0836.
  3. ^ Mast, Austin (3 February 2012). "Meet the iDigBio Staff: An Interview with Gil Nelson". iDigBio. Retrieved 2 October 2019.

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