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The Lives of Seaweeds A Natural History of Our Planet's Seaweeds & Other Algae

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By: Julie A Phillips(Author)
288 pages, 150 colour photos and illustrations
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A richly illustrated dive under water to learn all that algae have done for us.
The Lives of Seaweeds
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  • The Lives of Seaweeds ISBN: 9780691228556 Hardback Jan 2022 Available for pre-order : Due Jan 2022
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The Lives of Seaweeds presents an inside look at the remarkable world of seaweeds and other algae. Coming in all colours, shapes, and sizes, from unicellular and bioluminescent algae to giant kelps, seaweeds and algae are omnipresent, forming the basis of most marine food webs. They are also the most numerous photosynthetic organisms on Earth and provide seventy percent of the planet's oxygen. Touted as the biofuel of the future, they are a cheap and nutritious food source, exhibit antiviral and antitumor properties, and play a central role in biogeochemical cycles that maintain the health of our planet.

Featuring hundreds of beautiful images, The Lives of Seaweeds takes a deep dive to explore the unique traits and characteristics of seaweeds and other algae. A wealth of graphics, photos, and accessible text outlines their evolution, morphology, life histories, ecology, and uses. Offering rare insights into the algal world, The Lives of Seaweeds is essential reading for naturalists and marine life enthusiasts.

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Julie A. Phillips is an environmental consultant, marine biologist, and algal specialist with Eco Algae Research. Previously, she was a research fellow at the University of Queensland and Monash University.

Popular Science Coming Soon
By: Julie A Phillips(Author)
288 pages, 150 colour photos and illustrations
NHBS
A richly illustrated dive under water to learn all that algae have done for us.
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