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The Marine Fauna and Flora of the Cullercoats District. Volume I and II

Foster-Smith Judy

Edité par Penshaw Press, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2000
ISBN 10: 0953096742 / ISBN 13: 9780953096749
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Titre : The Marine Fauna and Flora of the ...

Éditeur : Penshaw Press, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Date d'édition : 2000

Edition : First Edition.

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546pp;561pp. VG : in very good condition without dust jacket as issued Illustrated laminated card cover. N° de réf. du libraire a0579

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Synopsis : This revised version of the Marine Fauna and Flora of the Cullercoats District provides an updated catalogue of published and unpublished records of marine species present on the north east coast of England. It includes details of in the order of 2,400 species which have been recorded from the full range of coastal environments including estuaries and coastal ponds, shores and deeper offshore regions.
The catalogue gives some estimate of species distribution and abundance, in many cases over considerable periods of time, and includes details of ecology and life histories. More than 50 type records are included. It is organised into various taxonomic groups which reflect the volumes of the first edition and includes the species codes listed in the Marine Species Directory. It gives ready access to species data whilst retaining the anecdotal flavour of the original compilations.
The work provides an invaluable body of marine species information, which is the culmination of much marine biological expertise and dedication of many marine specialists, professional and amateur alike, spanning a period of more than two centuries. It forms one of the most important collections of marine species records for the British Isles.
The publication will be of use as a reference work and of interest to marine taxonomists, coastal managers, conservationists and marine naturalists alike.

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