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Seashores: An Ecological Guide

By: Julian Cremona(Author)
192 pages, 436 colour photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Crowood Press
Seashores: An Ecological Guide
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Seashores: An Ecological Guide provides an easy-to-use, authoritative reference to commonly occurring organisms. By looking at the habitats of the coastline, it focuses on key species you are likely to find. Seashores: An Ecological Guide explains how these organisms have adapted and how they are able to cope with the environmental stresses of the seashore. With over 400 colour photographs, Seashores: An Ecological Guide looks first at the physical and biological features that determine our coast before surveying the variety of communities that exist on our shores. These include: rocky shores; sand and mud; estuaries; salt-marsh; sand dunes; shingle and plankton.

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Julian Cremona is a naturalist, photographer, teacher and explorer. As head of Dale Fort Field Centre in Pembrokeshire for many years, he has extensive experience and knowledge of the coastline.

By: Julian Cremona(Author)
192 pages, 436 colour photos and b/w line drawings
Publisher: Crowood Press
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