Discusses the more important intertidal areas, subdivided by tidal range and presents sections on benthic fauna and microflora, saltmarshes, mangroves, and algal mats and seagrasses.
This is an impressive and encyclopedic compilationabout the distribution, geomorphology, sedimentology, biota, and Holocene evolution of intertidal deposits from around the worldFew can match Eisma's breadth of knowledge about tidal depositsCheck this book out before your next trip. Karl W. Flessa, Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
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