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Life Is Better With Corals

Author : Salt Kreep Publications
ISBN : 1099338689
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Funny Aquarium Log Book 120 Pages Lined 6" x 9" Do you need a funny aquarium maintenance log book to document your water testing parameters, lighting, feeding schedules and supplement dosing? Get this aquarist log book to keep track of everything related to your saltwater aquarium. This funny saltwater aquarium book would make the perfect aquarist gift for men with a sense of humor about their reef tank or marine aquarium.
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Life Is Better With Corals

Author : Anything Aquarium Publications
ISBN : 1077691777
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Funny Aquarium Log Book 120 Pages Lined 6" x 9" Do you need a funny aquarium maintenance log book to document your water testing parameters, lighting, feeding schedules and supplement dosing and water changes? Get this aquarist log book to keep track of everything related to your saltwater aquarium or reef tank. This funny saltwater aquarium maintenance journal would make the perfect aquarist gift for men with a sense of humor about their reef tank or marine aquarium. Water Parameters 1. Temperature 2. Salinity 3. pH 4. Nitrate 5. Phosphate 6. Calcium 7. Alkalinity
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Life Is Better With Corals

Author : Smitten Notebooks
ISBN : 1686371489
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This 100 page college ruled notebook is the perfect back to school accessory. Perfect for: -Taking notes in class. -Making to do list. Journaling your thoughts and feelings. -And more!
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Life Is Better With Corals

Author : Underwater Coral Publications
ISBN : 1070781754
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Marine Biology Notebook 120 Pages Lined 6" x 9" Do you need a funny marine biologist book to document your ocean conservation or environmental studies? Get this ocean themed notebook to keep track of your marine science notes or sea life sketches . This funny ocean conservation notebook would make the perfect biologist gift for students with a sense of humor and believe that life is better with corals.
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Life Is Better With Corals Daily Planner July 1st 2019 To June 30th 2020

Author : Smitten Notebooks
ISBN : 1686362064
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You'll love this awesome planner. Keep track of class assignments, work schedules and all those little things you forget. Make life easier with this awesome planner! Here's a few more details: -Start date is July 1st, 2019 and ends on June 30th, 2020. That's more than a full year! -This is a daily planner for you to map out what needs to be done hour by hour. -Has room at the bottom for notes too.
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Lined Notebook Journal Marine Biology Aquarium Life Is Better With Corals Pullover

Author : Myra Short
ISBN : 9798599492245
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Lined Notebook Journal Marine Biology Aquarium Life is Better With Corals Pullover . This Lined Notebook Journal Marine Biology Aquarium Life is Better With Corals Pullover has many critical metrics in becoming the best you. This Lined Notebook Journal Marine Biology Aquarium Life is Better With Corals Pullover gifts for people who love crazy cat lady gift, reading, teacher gift, professor gift, cat items, librarian gift, book lover present, reading present, kitten lovers, English teacher, book items, bibliophile gift, book theme gift give this notebook planner as a great present for graduation, thanksgiving, christmas, birthday, anniversary.
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Life And Death Of Coral Reefs

Author : Charles Birkeland
ISBN : 0412035413
Genre : Science
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Coral reefs have shaped the surface of our planet far more than has any other ecosystem. They are dynamic systems, producing limestone at the rate of 400-2,000 tons per hectare per year, and influencing the chemical balance of the world's oceans. Coral reefs have been around since before the prairies or other ecosystems of flowering plants existed, yet they vanish about a million years before other groups of organisms each time there is a global mass extinction. They return after each catastrophe, however, following a long period of absence. Although coral reefs are the most productive communities in the sea, the fisheries of coral reefs are among the most vulnerable to overexploitation. Despite having the power to create the most massive structures in the world made by living creatures (including man), the thin veneer of living tissue of coral reef is particularly sensitive to natural disturbances and effects of human activities. Coral reefs are the first to go during periods of climate change, but they have always come back. This combination of attributes, creative power and fragility, resilience and sensitivity, makes management of coral-reef systems a challenge to science. Over 70% of the coral reefs in the Caribbean and Asian waters have been degraded, and perhaps a third of the 400 species of corals in Japanese waters are in danger of local extinction unless effective coastal management practices are established. This book presents what is known about factors that shift the balance between accretion and erosion, recruitment and mortality, stony corals and filamentous algae, recovery and degradation--the life and death of coral reefs. Insight into the factors controlling the direction of these processes is essential for appropriate management decisions.
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Life Changing

Author : Helen Pilcher
ISBN : 9781472956736
Genre : Nature
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SHORTLISTED FOR THE WAINWRIGHT PRIZE FOR WRITING ON GLOBAL CONSERVATION 'Pilcher is both very funny and very, very clever.' Gillian Burke 'Richly entertaining throughout.' Sunday Times For the last three billion years or so, life on Earth was shaped by natural forces. Evolution tended to happen slowly, with species crafted across millennia. Then, a few hundred thousand years ago, along came a bolshie, big-brained, bipedal primate we now call Homo sapiens, and with that, the Earth's natural history came to an abrupt end. We are now living through the post-natural phase, where humans have become the leading force shaping evolution. This thought-provoking book considers the many ways that we've altered the DNA of living things and changed the fate of life on earth. We have carved chihuahuas from wolves and fancy chickens from jungle fowl. We've added spider genes to goats and coral genes to tropical fish. It's possible to buy genetically-modified pets, eat genetically-modified fish and watch cloned ponies thunder up and down the polo field. Now, as our global dominance grows, our influence extends far beyond these species. As we warm our world and radically reshape the biosphere, we affect the evolution of all living things, near and far, from the emergence of novel hybrids such as the pizzly bear, to the entirely new strains of animals and plants that are evolving at breakneck speed to cope with their altered environment. In Life Changing, Helen introduces us to these post-natural creations and talks to the scientists who create, study and tend to them. At a time when the future of so many species is uncertain, we meet some of the conservationists seeking to steer evolution onto firmer footings with novel methods like the 'spermcopter', coral IVF and plans to release wild elephants into Denmark. Helen explores the changing relationship between humans and the natural world, and reveals how, with evidence-based thinking, humans can help life change for the better.
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Introduction To The Biology Of Marine Life

Author : Morrissey
ISBN : 9781284090505
Genre : Medical
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Introduction to the Biology of Marine Life is an introductory higher education textbook for students with no prior knowledge of marine biology. The book uses selected groups of marine organisms to provide a basic understanding of biological principles and processes that are fundamental to sea life.
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Sustainability In The Australasian University Context

Author : Walter Leal Filho
ISBN : UOM:39015064779419
Genre : Nature
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Due to their wealth of experiences and well-organised structure, Australasian universities provide a good example of how to promote sustainability in respect of policy as well as academic practice. To last, sustainability initiatives must be incorporated into the structures and operational systems of universities.
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Diving Indonesia

Author : Kal Müller
ISBN : UCSD:31822034311571
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 42.48 MB
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Indispensable guides to some of the best diving, surfing and bird-watching destinations in the world. Each guide is fully colour illustrated throughout and presents the top sites for diving, surfing or bird-watching using world-class photographers and local experts.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Life In The Marshall Islands

Author : Edwin Horace Bryan
ISBN : STANFORD:36105031887495
Genre : Marshall Islands
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Life In A Fishbowl

Author : Murray A. Newman
ISBN : UCSD:31822020595211
Genre : Aquariums, Public British Columbia Vancouver
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Category: Aquariums, Public British Columbia Vancouver