Coral Reefs & Islands: The Natural History of a Threatened Paradise

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David & Charles, 1993 - Science - 192 pages
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Coral reefs & islands: the natural history of a threatened paradise

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Drawing from his travels, the author presents a visually pleasing survey of the world's major coral reef and island biomes. Many color photographs, maps, drawings, and informational inserts supplement ... Read full review

Contents

LIFE BETWEWHE TIDES
13
BARE
41
A Coral ReeLEjrerience
67
AFTERWORD
185
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About the author (1993)

William Gray's family has been summering and boating on Muskoka's Lake Joseph for over a century. Gray has written on several diverse subjects but has always had a particular interest in the history of Muskoka and especially that of its wooden launches. His previous books include "Lake Joseph 1860-1910," "The Boatbuilders of Muskoka" (with A.H. Duke), and "Soldiers of the King: The Upper Canadian Militia 1812-1815,

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