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The Ecology of Atlantic Shorelines

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By: Mark D Bertness
417 pages, 34 col plates, 331 b/w illus
The Ecology of Atlantic Shorelines
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  • The Ecology of Atlantic Shorelines ISBN: 9780878930562 Paperback Jun 1999 Out of Print #93432
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About this book

Examines the production and consumption of resources, and the reproduction problems and biological processes of (N American) shoreline organisms.

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The setting; the economy of the shoreline - the production and consumption of resources; reproduction and recruitment of shoreline organisms; process and pattern in shoreline communities; rocky shores; soft-sediments habitats; salt marsh communities.

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Out of Print
By: Mark D Bertness
417 pages, 34 col plates, 331 b/w illus
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