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Between Pacific tides

By: Ricketts, Edward F. [... et al.]
Contributor(s): Calvin, Jack | Hedgpeth | Phillips, David W [Revised]
Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: California Stanford 1985Edition: 5 revised and updatedDescription: 652 p il 23ISBN: 0-8047-2068-1, 978-0-8047-2068-7Subject(s): Hábitats | Hábitos | Costas rocosas | Pozos de marea | Fisiología | Anfipodos | Crustáceos | Marismas | Estados Unidos | Costa del pacíficoOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
pte. 1. Protected outer coast -- pte. 2. Open coast -- pte. 3.Bays and estuaries -- pte. 4. Wharf piling -- pte. 5. Between and beyond the tides -- Reference matter
Summary: This book describes the habits and habitats of the animals that live in one of the most prolific life zones of the world-the rocky shores and tide pools of the Pacific Coast of the United States. The intricate and fascinating life processes of these creatures are described with affectionate care. The animals are grouped according to their most characteristic habitat, whether rocky shore, sandy beach, mud flat, or wharf piling, and the authors discuss their life history, physiology, and community relations, and the influence of wave shock and shifting tide level.
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pte. 1. Protected outer coast -- pte. 2. Open coast -- pte. 3.Bays and estuaries -- pte. 4. Wharf piling -- pte. 5. Between and beyond the tides -- Reference matter

This book describes the habits and habitats of the animals that live in one of the most prolific life zones of the world-the rocky shores and tide pools of the Pacific Coast of the United States. The intricate and fascinating life processes of these creatures are described with affectionate care. The animals are grouped according to their most characteristic habitat, whether rocky shore, sandy beach, mud flat, or wharf piling, and the authors discuss their life history, physiology, and community relations, and the influence of wave shock and shifting tide level.

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