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Between The Tides

Author : M. C. Bradstock
ISBN : CORNELL:31924050780000
Genre : Estuarine biology
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Between The Tides

Author : Philip Street
ISBN : UCSD:31822007598501
Genre : Algae
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Between The Tides

Author : Patti Callahan Henry
ISBN : 1101211008
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Patti Callahan Henry portrays a woman burdened by the past—and the choices she must face to break free of it—in this emotional, engaging novel. Nine months after her father's death, Catherine Leary still hasn't fulfilled his last wish: that she scatter his ashes in the Seaboro River in South Carolina. The scene of a childhood tragedy that forced her family to move, Seaboro is the last place Catherine wants to see again. But on the evening of her thirtieth birthday, her father’s young colleague—whom she once dated—pays a visit... Hoping to stop Forrest Anderson from exposing her family's secrets, she travels to her once-beloved Lowcountry town and embarks on a poignant trip into the past...a journey that might lead her into a new life of love, forgiveness, and self-discovery.
Category: Fiction

Between The Tides

Author : George Hughes
ISBN : 9781431405626
Genre : Nature
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A passionate account by an ardent conservationist who records his experiences while undertaking fundamental research, this book details how sea turtles are suddenly struggling to survive, largely because of harm that has been done to the planet’s oceans and beaches. Much can be learned about the condition of the planet’s environment by looking at sea turtles because they have existed for more than 100 million years and travel throughout the world’s oceans. Including descriptions of the life cycles of turtles as well as fascinating facts, this book asks what their demise means for the human species. The remarkable story also highlights the active role South Africa has played in protecting its own sea turtle population and researching the turtle populations in neighboring countries.
Category: Nature

Between The Tides

Author : David Pickell
ISBN : 9781462914869
Genre : Social Science
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Featuring hundreds of original, color photographs, this fascinating study of New Guinea chronicles the rituals and daily life of this remote and culturally rich region. Between the Tides offers a compelling mix of New Guinean storytelling, history, natural history, politics, and culture. David Pickell brings warmth and intelligence to his subject, and Kal Muller's photographs are surprising and evocative. Together, author and photographer show how an isolated, nomadic past meets a worldly, urban future, history confronts superstition, and a false and imposed sense of shame yields to a new, and still fragile, pride. Their journey took them from the dusty New Guinea frontier town of Timika to tiny Lakahia island, along two hundred miles of twisting mangrove creeks and the relentlessly uncooperative Arafura sea. What they found was a culture facing the delicate, sometimes humorous, occasionally painful, and always interesting process of change.
Category: Social Science

The Time Between The Tides A Journal

Author : Maggie Lea
ISBN : 9780982875407
Genre : Self-Help
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The Time Between The Tides is a collection of short inspirational essays written by Maggie Lea for your use and reflection during on-going times of personal change and life transitions. This book provides additional support with added journal pages for you to write about your own process and engagement with the essay topics.
Category: Self-Help

A Place Between The Tides

Author : Harry Thurston
ISBN : 9781553650355
Genre : Nature
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The author of articles for Audobon and National Geographic finds paradise in a salt marsh, documenting more than one hundred species of fish, birds, and mammals living there, as well as seventy species of plants. Original.
Category: Nature

Between Pacific Tides

Author : Edward Flanders Ricketts
ISBN : 0804720681
Genre : Science
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One of the classic works of marine biology, a favorite for generations, has now been completely revised and expanded. Between Pacific Tides is a book for all who find the shore a place of excitement, wonder, and beauty, and an unsurpassed introductory text for both students and professionals. 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. Though the basic purpose and structure--and much of the text--of the book remain the same, content has been increased by about 20 percent; a multitude of changes and additios has been made in the text; the Annotated Systematic Index and General Bibliography have been updated and greatly expanded (now almost 2,300 entries); more than 200 new photographs and drawings have been incorporated; and an entirely new chapter has been added--a topical presentation of the several factors influencing distribution of organisms along the shore. This edition also includes John Steinbeck's Foreword to the 1948 edition.
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Seashore Life Between The Tides

Author : William Crowder
ISBN : 0486268179
Genre : Nature
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Noted marine biologist's superb, detailed guide to low seashore animals of North American Atlantic coast. Protozoa, porifera, arthropoda, mollusca, chordata, many more -- 571 species in all. Clear enough for beginners on expert reference manual, collector's guide for more advanced readers.
Category: Nature

Down By The Bay

Author : Matthew Booker
ISBN : 9780520355569
Genre : History
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San Francisco Bay is the largest and most productive estuary on the Pacific Coast of North America. It is also home to the oldest and densest urban settlements in the American West. Focusing on human inhabitation of the Bay since Ohlone times, Down by the Bay reveals the ongoing role of nature in shaping that history. From birds to oyster pirates, from gold miners to farmers, from salt ponds to ports, this is the first history of the San Francisco Bay and Delta as both a human and natural landscape. It offers invaluable context for current discussions over the best management and use of the Bay in the face of sea level rise.
Category: History