By: C Sheppard, A Price and C Roberts
359 pages, B/w photos, figs, maps
An overview of the diverse ecosystems of the part of the Indian Ocean bordering Arabia, which reviews the processes at work in the various marine and tidal systems. The text also considers human use and misuse of the region's marine resources, and in particular the pollution from oil exploitation and the recent conflict.
Written by scientists with great knowledge of the area, the book is authoritative and detailed as well as being readable, well and profusely illustrated, interesting, and up-to-date. --BIOLOGIST "The book presents, in one work, the latest information on the ecology of the Arabian region." --BIOLOGICAL ABSTRACTS
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