2 edition of introduction to coastal ecology found in the catalog.
introduction to coastal ecology
Patrick J. S. Boaden
Top of title page:Tertiary Level Biology.
|Statement||Patrick J.S. Boaden and Raymond Seed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||218|
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. This book is written with the intention of providing a concise but readable account of coastal ecology for advanced undergraduates and immediate postgraduates. We have adopted a habitat-organismal ap proach because we believe that a knowledge of biota and major features of their environment is the best key to an understanding of both larger.
The coastal zone has been the subject of extensive investigation, not only because of its biological diversity and accessibility, but also because of its economic and aesthetic importance to man. This book is written with the intention of providing a concise but readable account of coastal ecology for advanced undergraduates and immediate postgraduates.
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About this book. A concise, readable account of coastal ecology with examples from temperate, tropical and polar regions. Contains for example information on sediment life, marshes and mangroves, rocky coasts, the neritic province, inshore harvest and coastal birds.
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