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Carl Georg Oscar Drude

(1852—1933)


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(1852–1933)

A German botanist and biogeographer, who described vegetation types in terms of formations. He published many works, including Handbuch der Pflanzengeographie (1890) and Oekologie der Pflanzen (1913), and in 1910 began a collaboration with H. E. Engler to produce Die Vegetation der Erde. Drude was professor of botany and director of the botanic garden at the University of Dresden.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry — Ecology and Conservation.


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