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Children of the Sea Exploring the Marine Diversity of the Bahamas and Caribbean

By: N Popov and D Popov
112 pages, 140 col photos
Publisher: Macmillan
Children of the Sea
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  • Children of the Sea ISBN: 9780333735381 Hardback Dec 2000 Availability uncertain: order now to get this when available
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Covers three principal areas: coral reefs, mangroves and sand and sea grass terrains. Included in each ecosysterm is a description of its species diversity, function, structural aspect and degradation due to human impact. Specific sections on the humpback whales and dolphins are the result of extensive observations and studies completed over a 15 year period.

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By: N Popov and D Popov
112 pages, 140 col photos
Publisher: Macmillan
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