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Chesapeake Bay Nature of the Estuary A Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide
By: Christopher P White(Author), Karen Teramura(Illustrator)
224 pages, 402 illustrations, 4 maps
Chesapeake Bay Nature of the Estuary
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Chesapeake Bay Nature of the Estuary has become the definitive field guide to the Chesapeake. Flora and fauna descriptions are arranged according to the bays nine major habitats – from freshwater wetlands to saltwater marshes. The most important field marks of more than 500 species are shown in 350 superb pen-and-ink drawings, which make this benchmark work as beautiful as it is useful.

Chesapeake Bay Nature of the Estuary is designed as a user-friendly introduction to the natural history of the Chesapeake Bay. Scientific jargon is kept to a minimum. Illustrations and text are paired to present an easy-to-use primer on the estuarine system. The book takes an ecological approach to life above and below the Chesapeakes surface. Wetland and aquatic communities are emphasised.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Christopher P White(Author), Karen Teramura(Illustrator)
224 pages, 402 illustrations, 4 maps
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