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A New Atlas of the Seaweeds of Kent The Flora Past and Present with Summaries for Essex, London, Sussex and Pas de Calais

Distribution Atlas
By: Ian Tittley(Author), Juliet A Brodie(Foreword By)
158 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour & b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Kent Field Club
A New Atlas of the Seaweeds of Kent
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A New Atlas of the Seaweeds of Kent introduces the reader to the study of seaweeds, their history in the county, and describes the Kent coast, its habitats and the seaweed communities present. The current status of the flora is considered and the changes that have occurred to it. The neighbouring seaweed floras of Essex, London, Sussex and Pas de Calais are reviewed to place Kent's flora in a regional context. Distribution maps are presented for nearly 300 species.

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Distribution Atlas
By: Ian Tittley(Author), Juliet A Brodie(Foreword By)
158 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings, colour & b/w distribution maps
Publisher: Kent Field Club
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