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Hawaiian Reef Fish

Author : Casey Mahaney
ISBN : UCSD:31822025623828
Genre : Nature
File Size : 55.29 MB
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Category: Nature

The Complete Hawaiian Reef Fish Coloring Book

Author : Monika Mira
ISBN : 9780979337406
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 28.41 MB
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The Complete Hawaiian Reef Fish Coloring Book includes over 200 colorable illustrations to help the reader learn to identify these colorful and fascinating fishes. Each illustration is accompanied by a complete description of the fish, including the scientific, common and Hawaiian names. Their anatomical features, coloration, body designs, feeding habits and reproductive strategies are also explained in a fully illustrated section devoted to these topics. In addition, an overview of coral reef ecology is provided to help the reader understand the relationship between the fishes and the coral reef. This book may be used by the casual snorkeler, diver, or marine enthusiast. Students of marine biology will also find it to be a useful tool for academic work and practical monitoring projects. This book can also be used in the classroom to supplement a course in marine biology or ecology, or it may simply be used by younger audiences who just want to enjoy coloring in the fishes.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Shoreline Chef

Author : Elmer Guzman
ISBN : 0972093281
Genre : Cooking
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A first-ever cookbook for reef and shoreline fish. There is more to Island seafood than ahi and mahimahi! Some of Hawaii's best-eating fish are the ones teeming just offshore -- moi and mullet, papio and parrotfish, scad and snapper, kaku and kumu. Chef Elmer Guzman of Sam Choy's Diamond Head Restaurant demonstrates great ways to prepare these local favourites, featuring 100 innovative recipes from Aholehole Etouffee to Akule Poke to Nohu Bouillabaisse. Here for the first time is a cookbook for Hawaiian reef and shoreline fish, complete with comparison charts, fish substitutions, wine pairings, fish cutting guide by Hari Kojima and Foreword by Chef Emeril Lagasse.
Category: Cooking

Reef And Shore Fishes Of The Hawaiian Islands

Author : John E. Randall
ISBN : UCSD:31822034540724
Genre : Coral reef fishes
File Size : 22.62 MB
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L'ouvrage traite des 612 espèces de poissons des iles de Hawai (dont un quart sont endémiques) vivant du rivage jusqu'à 200 m de profondeur. Il fournit une description générale de chacune des 101 familles de poissons des iles Hawai, suivie des clés d'identification des espèces et d'informations sur celles-ci (description, distribution géographique, biologie). Chaque description d'espèce est illustrée d'une photographie.
Category: Coral reef fishes

The Many Splendored Fishes Of Hawaii

Author : Gar Goodson
ISBN : 0804712700
Genre : Nature
File Size : 82.86 MB
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These attractive, pocket-sized guides for fish watchers have been carefully written by Goodson and profusely illustrated in striking water colors by Phillip Weisgerber. Although designed for divers, fishers, aquarists and other nonprofessionals, these little books will undoubtedly find their way on to the shelves of many ichthyologists who will value them as quick references and for providing life-like, color renditions of many fish species found in American coastal waters. -- Copeia
Category: Nature

Frommer S Hawaii 1997

Author : George McDonald
ISBN : 002860895X
Genre : Hawaii
File Size : 28.87 MB
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Get the lowdown on the best beaches, the best golfing, and all kinds of outdoor adventures--from swimming with dolphins to exploring live volcanoes--with the 1997 edition of Frommer's popular guide to Hawaii. Four-color fold-out map.
Category: Hawaii

Living On The Shores Of Hawaii

Author : Charles H. Fletcher
ISBN : 9780824860905
Genre : Nature
File Size : 71.86 MB
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Rarely a day goes by in Hawai‘i without the media reporting on environmental issues stemming from public debate. Will the proposed housing development block my access to the beach? Is the rising sea level going to cause flooding where I live? How does overfishing damage the reef? Is the water clean where I surf? Living on the Shores of Hawai‘i discusses the paradox of environmental loss under a management system considered by many to be one of the most stringent in the nation. It reviews a wide range of environmental concerns in Hawai‘i with an eye toward resolution by focusing on "place-based" management, a theme consistent with—and borrowing from—the Hawaiian ahupua‘a system. After describing a typical situation in Hawai‘i where a sandy beach is lost because a seawall has been built to protect a poorly sited home, the authors step back in time to trace land-use practices before and after the arrival of Westerners and the increased tempo of destruction following the latter. They go on to discuss volcanoes and the risk of placing homes in locations vulnerable to natural hazards and the potential dangers of earthquakes and tsunamis to a complacent public. Water issues, including scarcity, flooding, and pollution, are surveyed, as well as climate change and the possible outcomes of projected sea rise for Hawai‘i. The authors explain coastal erosion and beach loss and the problems of overfishing and ocean acidification. Later chapters assess residents’ risks to hurricanes, offering mitigation techniques, and provide a summary and some management conclusions. As tensions increase because of conflicting standards, misunderstandings, and contradictory ideals and actions, we put our economy and quality of life at risk. Sound decision-making begins with asking the right questions. This book addresses these questions within the context of sustainability and thus their influence on the future of Hawai‘i.
Category: Nature

Hawaii S Mike Sakamoto Presents 101 Fishing Tips

Author : Mike Sakamoto
ISBN : 1573061484
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 36.93 MB
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Big Island fisherman Mike Sakamoto is the host/producer of the weekly television show Fishing Tales with Mike Sakamoto. He is also a writer and illustrator who has published books and articles nationally and internationally.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Shore Fishes Of Hawaii

Author : John E. Randall
ISBN : 9780824834272
Genre : Nature
File Size : 24.64 MB
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This new edition of Shore Fishes of Hawai‘i updates our knowledge of Hawaiian fishes and has been expanded to include 372 species. All are illustrated by the author’s 475 superb photographs. The most important characteristics to identify a fish are given as well as the size attained and its distribution. Each species account begins with the American common name, followed by the Hawaiian name (when known), and the scientific name. Because it is necessary to use some scientific terminology when giving the principal diagnostic characteristics of families or species of fishes and what they eat, a handy glossary appears at the back of the book before the Index.
Category: Nature

Frommer S Hawaii 2003

Author : Jeanette Foster
ISBN : 0764566172
Genre : Travel
File Size : 26.68 MB
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You'll never fall into the tourist traps when you travel with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go--they've done the legwork for you, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer's Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. You'd be lost without us! Completely updated every year (unlike most of the competition), Frommer's Hawaii features gorgeous color photos of the stunning beaches and thrilling adventures that await you. Meticulously researched by two of Hawaii's most noted journalists, this is hands-down the most reliable, up-to-date, and comprehensive guide to the islands. Each of our candid hotel reviews is based on a detailed personal inspection. You'll find lavish beachfront resorts, intimate rain-forest B&Bs, family-friendly condos, and much, much more. Our dining reviews are simply the best in the business, whether you crave cutting-edge Asian-fusion cuisine or a hearty, affordable plate lunch. Our authors make sure that you'll truly experience the spirit of aloha, and they'll help you steer clear of anything that's overpriced, touristy, or inauthentic. With Frommer's in hand, you'll know where to find secluded beaches; secret spots for snorkeling; the best outfitters to choose for everything from diving to deep-sea fishing; and where to find the top galleries and shops. Inside you'll find extensive coverage of family-friendly accommodations and activities; tips on how to get married in the islands; recommendations for the best honeymoon resorts; and valuable advice on finding the best airfares and package deals. Whether you want to watch the fiery spectacle at the Big Island's volcano, play a challenging round of golf, snorkel with sea turtles, or simply kick back with a mai tai to watch the sunset, you can design the perfect trip with Frommer's Hawaii. You'll even get a color fold-out map, and an online directory that makes trip-planning a snap!
Category: Travel

Aquarium Frontiers

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ISBN : UCSD:31822009427550
Genre : Aquariums
File Size : 65.93 MB
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Category: Aquariums