Reef Creature Identification

Author: Paul Humann
Publisher: New World Publications Incorporated
ISBN:
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"The most comprehensive photographic field guide ever compiled for the visualidentification of marine invertebrates of Florida, the Bahamas and Caribbean." Back Cover.

Reef Fish Identification Florida Caribbean Bahamas 4th Edition

Author: Paul Humann
Publisher: New World Publications
ISBN: 9781878348579
Size: 53.67 MB
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With the advent of genetic testing there has been a revival in marine taxonomy. The 25th Anniversary 4th Edition reflects the many recent changes including 89 new fish species and more than 200 additional photographs. The field guide now includes 683 species documented in more than 1000 underwater photographs, representing a significant update to the 2002 3rd edition. The most comprehensive and beautiful visual ID reference published for the region features an easy-to-use quick reference format. Reef Fish Identification Florida Caribbean Bahamas first appeared in 1989 and has since revolutionized fishwatching. The first edition had 288 pages and 345 color photographs. The success of our first publication launched a series of marine life identification books for the Galapagos Islands, the West Coast of the United States, the Gulf of California to Panama and the Tropical Pacific.

Reef Fish Behavior

Author: Ned DeLoach
Publisher: New World Publications Incorporated
ISBN: 9781878348289
Size: 53.76 MB
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This groundbreaking text offers underwater naturalists a detailed overview of what is presently known about the behavior and ecology of reef fishes inhabiting the waters of Florida, the Caribbean and Bahamas. It also serves as a companion reference to our popular Reef Fish Identification. The enjoyable fact-filled text is lavishly illustrated with 475 marine life photos, many capturing spectacular fish behaviors never before documented. Readers not only learn about the nature of the fishes sighted on every reef dive, but also learn when and where to observe the dramatic behaviors. 364 pages, 6" x 9," flexibinding.

A Reef In Time

Author: John Edward Norwood Veron
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674026797
Size: 52.74 MB
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Like many coral specialists fifteen years ago, Veron thought Australia's Great Barrier Reef was impervious to climate change. Then he saw for himself the devastation that elevated sea temperatures can inflict on corals.

Reef Fish Identification

Author: Paul Humann
Publisher: New World Publications Incorporated
ISBN:
Size: 12.19 MB
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The diversity, quantity and vitality of fish life in the seas that bathe the Galapagos archipelago is every bit as dramatic as the exotic wildlife above! Completely updated with many new photos added. A much improved identification book for one of the world's natural underwater wonders. If you are even thinking of diving the Galapagos this beautiful, comprehensive fish identification guide is a must.

Fishes Of The Great Barrier Reef And Coral Sea

Author: John E. Randall
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824818951
Size: 50.75 MB
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Illustrated with colour underwater photographs, this reference work covers over 1000 species of fish. The fish are divided into family sections based on the traditional system of phylogeny, and each family is introduced with information on food habits, reproduction and distribution.

Reef Libre

Author: Robert Wintner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1630760749
Size: 17.70 MB
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Decades of isolation from tourism and development have left Cuba’s coral reefs among the most pristine in the world, an “exceptionalism” that stands in stark contrast to the island nation’s poverty and political situation. Famed diver/photographer Robert “Snorkel Bob” Wintner showcases these magnificent reefs with his astounding underwater images, while also capturing terrestrial life in the cities and villages of the island nation. Reef Libre is not a travelogue, but asks the big questions after a lifetime of isolation—can Cuba’s reefs still thrive? Nearly 400 stills, a compelling narrative, and a DVD capture this delicate time in reef history. Reef Libre: The Movie is a mini-documentary which encompasses this pivotal moment—from the streets to the reefs. To watch the trailer for Reef Libre: The Movie, click here!