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Marine biology. Function, biodiversity, ecology

By: Levinton, J.S.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2009Edition: 3rd edition.Description: 640p.Subject(s): Biology | book | Marine and estuarine pollution | Marine biology: general | Resources, living and non-livingSummary: This undergraduate textbook aims to provide basic information coupled with pointers towards further resources. The 19 chapters cover topics ranging from marine organisms through the various marine environments to human impact on the sea. Each chapter ends with a bulleted summary, Further Reading lists and Review Questions. Scattered throughout the book are essays on Hot Topics and Going Deeper, which introduce more complex issues. The book contains a glossary, journals list and index. It is linked to a website containing additional resources for teachers (lecture notes and a test bank of 400 questions) and students (interactive exercises and review aids).
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This undergraduate textbook aims to provide basic information coupled with pointers towards further resources. The 19 chapters cover topics ranging from marine organisms through the various marine environments to human impact on the sea. Each chapter ends with a bulleted summary, Further Reading lists and Review Questions. Scattered throughout the book are essays on Hot Topics and Going Deeper, which introduce more complex issues. The book contains a glossary, journals list and index. It is linked to a website containing additional resources for teachers (lecture notes and a test bank of 400 questions) and students (interactive exercises and review aids).

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