Geological Approaches to Coral Reef Ecology By Richard B. Aronson English | PDF | 2007 | 457 Pages | ISBN : 0387335382 | 21.21 MB
Coral reefs around the world are sustaining massive damage at an alarming rate. Geological Approaches to Coral Reef Ecology provides a uniquely historical perspective on the destruction—through both natural and human processes—of coral reef ecosystems.
The Coral Reef by Pam Walker English | 31 Oct. 2005 | ISBN: 0816057036 | 158 Pages | PDF | 12 MB
It is only natural for people to be fascinated by the sea. Life originated in the oceans, and more than one-half of the people on Earth reside within 50 miles of the sea. However, even though we have sent explorers to the moon and other regions of space, we still know little about the frontier that surrounds us.
Coral Reef Science: Strategy for Ecosystem Symbiosis and Coexistence with Humans under Multiple Stresses (Coral Reefs of the World) by Hajime Kayanne English | 8 July 2016 | ISBN: 4431543635 | 216 Pages | PDF (True) | 7.07 MB
This book aims to illuminate coral reefs which comprise a symbiotic system coexisting among ecosystems, landforms, and humans at various levels and to provide a scientific basis for its reconstruction.
Michael Aw, Sara Baggott, "An Essential Guide to Coral Reef Fishes and Invertebrates" OceanNEnvironment | 2011 | ISBN: 1876381116 | English | PDF | 227 pages | 18.6 Mb
The reef identification guides keep coming in thick and fast, and the latest is from top underwater photographer Michael Aw, so you would expect the images to provide a little more than the usual functional reference shots – a touch of art, even. …