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Books on Marine Biology, the study that deals with those living organisms which inhabit the sea
CRC Handbook of Marine Mammal Medicine, Second EditionThis handbook is a must for anyone with an interest in marine mammals. Filled with captivating illustrations, it guides the reader through the natural history of cetaceans, pinnipeds, manatees, sea otters, and polar bears. Prepared in a convenient, easy-t
Between Pacific TidesI can't believe that someone else has not reviewed this excellent guide to the intertidal biota of the Pacific Coast.
Marine Biology: An Ecological Approach (6th Edition)This unique approach adds real-world relevance by exploring how organisms interact within their individual ecosystems while also focusing on the significance of human impact on the sea.
Indo-Pacific Coral Reef Field Guide by G.R. Allen and R. SteeneExcerpt from customer reviews: Over many years, I have looked for a good guide to reef fauna. Last year, I settled for this one and probably won't look further.
Introduction to the Biology of Marine Life (8th Ed) by J.L. Sumich & J.F. MorrisseyAn Introduction to the Biology of Marine Life, Eighth Edition, engages students in the excitement and challenge of understanding marine organisms and the environments in which they live.
Aquatic Chemistry Concepts by J.F. PankowAquatic Chemistry Concepts fills the need for a true, easy-to-use aquatic chemistry book that goes into the details behind some of the complicated equations and principles of aquatic chemistry.
Methods of Seawater Analysis by K. Grasshoff et al.Discusses methods of Seawater Analysis which has found widespread acceptance as a reliable and detailed source of information.
Marine Biology (6th Ed) by P. Castro & M.E. HuberThe new, sixth edition of Marine Biology covers the basics of marine biology and takes a global, non-regional perspective, emphasizing that the world’s oceans and seas are an integrated system that cannot be understood by looking in any one person's own
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