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This collection of online reference works includes: Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia; Encyclopedia of Aquaculture; Water: Science and Issues; Pollution A to Z; Geo-Data: The World Geographical Encyclopedia; and Beacham's Guide to the Endangered Species of North America.
Described by the publishers as "the first ever Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology. It contains over 250 entries written by the world's foremost authorities on fish physiology with topic coverage from fish genomics through to behavior. Extensive entries in systems physiology are integrated with anatomy, the environment, and phylogentics to provide a comprehensive coverage of the field."
Available online in the Oxford Reference Online Premium collection, this dictionary contains definitions for about 5,000 terms in the areas of environmental pollution and conservation, evolution, oceanography, animal physiology and behavior, and more. Also available in print in the Sawyer Library Reference stacks (REF QH540.4 .C66 2004).
Containing about 600 entries and 150 photographs, charts, or diagrams, the encyclopedia attempts to provide information on major marine science concepts. There are also brief topical essays, some with bibliographies.
The editors of this one-volume encyclopedia state that their goal is "to summarize the field of marine mammalogy." The concise and informative articles include line drawings, photographs, and both references and cross-references.
This encyclopedia deals with "all of the physical and biological aspects of tidepool and rocky shore habitats." It contains articles on topics in areas such as oceanography, plants, algae, fungi, and microbes, ecology and behavior, invertebrate and vertebrate animals, and includes many color photographs.
Lists the scientific, market, and common names and aliases of major commercial species along with illustrations and basic information about habitat, fishing methods, life cycles, and landings information and returns to fishermen.
The FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department prepared this volume which contains a world review of fisheries and aquaculture, a discussion of issues, highlights of special studies, and an outlook section with numerous statistics.
The twenty volumes that constitute the Encyclopedia cover ten core areas of the biological sciences. Volume 20 includes: an alphabetical listing of the articles; a subject index; a glossary; a study guide of core introductory articles; and an appendix containing additional reference information.
This is a compact volume which discusses and describes the law and cites important cases in areas such as the management of coastal resources, pollution and the marine environment, and domestic ocean policy and the law of the sea.