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National Geographic field guide to the water's edge / Stephen Leatherman and Jack Williams
578.76 L438N
Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, c2012.
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287 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 21 cm.
National Geographic field guides
Includes bibliographical references (p. 276-277) and index.
"Beaches, shorelines, riverbanks"--Cover.
"More than 236 different plant and animal groups that you will find at the water's edge, from manatees and sharks in the ocean to algae and dragonflies in the pond; all the images and clues you need to identify your finds, including detailed descriptions of appearance, behavior, and habitat; fun facts about waterways and water creatures, such as why the oceans have tides but the Great Lakes don't, where tsunamis occur most often, how to keep a hermit crab for a pet, and much more; special 'on location' sections featuring 16 distinctive water's edge destinations throughout North America, from Barrow, Alaska, to Sanibel Island, Florida; exclusive bonus! Steve Leatherman ('Dr. Beach'), creator of the famous annual Top 10 beaches, recommends North America's 20 all-time top beaches, 10 top rivers, and 5 top Great Lakes destinations"--P. [4] of cover.
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