Tidal Life: A Natural History Of The Bay Of Fundy

Tidal Life A Natural History Of The Bay Of Fundy This is the award winning book reprinted by popular demand Included here is the story of the Bay of Fundy and its natural and human history The photographs and text capture the huge and unique eco sys

  • Title: Tidal Life: A Natural History Of The Bay Of Fundy
  • Author: Harry Thurston
  • ISBN: 9780921820154
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This is the award winning book reprinted by popular demand Included here is the story of the Bay of Fundy and its natural and human history The photographs and text capture the huge and unique eco system that feeds the Atlantic s whales and other marine mammals Also emphasized are the implications of environmental damage on the Bay and the animals and people who dependThis is the award winning book reprinted by popular demand Included here is the story of the Bay of Fundy and its natural and human history The photographs and text capture the huge and unique eco system that feeds the Atlantic s whales and other marine mammals Also emphasized are the implications of environmental damage on the Bay and the animals and people who depend on it.

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    2 thoughts on “Tidal Life: A Natural History Of The Bay Of Fundy

    1. Harry Thurston Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Tidal Life: A Natural History Of The Bay Of Fundy book, this is one of the most wanted Harry Thurston author readers around the world.

    2. Picked up this book, which is quite dated, looking for info about the natural history of the Bay. Although there are good descriptions of many aspects of the ecology of the area, the book is marred by a persistent anti-tidal power rant and some very overwritten descriptions. However, I must say I can agree with this statement: "Ironically, the most enduring legacy of tidal power may well prove to be to our understanding of the ecology of the Bay", which was spurred by concern over the effects of [...]

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