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  • Seashore (Collins New Naturalist Library, Book 94)by Peter J. Hayward

    HarperCollins Publishers 2010; US$ 51.87

    A comprehensive, authoritative account of the natural history of the seashore, from earliest times to the present day. This edition is exclusive to newnaturalists.com more...

  • The Gulf Streamby Stan Ulanski

    The University of North Carolina Press 2008; US$ 14.99

    Coursing through the Atlantic Ocean is a powerful current with a force 300 times that of the mighty Amazon. Ulanski explores the fascinating science and history of this sea highway known as the Gulf Stream, a watery wilderness that stretches from the Caribbean to the North Atlantic. Spanning both distance and time, Ulanski's investigation reveals how... more...

  • The Battle for North Carolina's Coastby Stanley R. Riggs; Dorothea V. Ames; Stephen J. Culver; David J. Mallinson

    The University of North Carolina Press 2011; US$ 19.99

    The North Carolina barrier islands, a 325-mile-long string of narrow sand islands that forms the coast of North Carolina, are one of the most beloved areas to live and visit in the United States. However, extensive barrier island segments and their associated wetlands are in jeopardy. In The Battle for North Carolina's Coast , four experts on coastal... more...

  • Ocean Conservation and Managementby Justin Healey

    The Spinney Press 2016; US$ 18.83

    What are the human impacts on Australia’s fragile ocean ecology and marine habitats? Which species are most at risk? How is Australia conserving its rich marine environment, including the unique Great Barrier Reef? This book presents the latest information on Australia’s ocean conservation and management approaches, fisheries and seafood... more...

  • Gulf Stream Chroniclesby David S. Lee; Leo Schleicher; J. Christopher Haney

    The University of North Carolina Press 2015; US$ 19.99

    Off the shore of Hatteras Island, where the inner edge of the Gulf Stream flows northward over the outer continental shelf, the marine life is unlike that of any other area in the Atlantic. Here the powerful ocean river helps foster an extraordinarily rich diversity of life, including Sargassum mats concealing strange creatures and exotic sea beans,... more...

  • Isles of Amnesiaby Mark J. Rauzon

    University of Hawaii Press 2016; US$ 24.99

    For over a quarter century, biologist Mark J. Rauzon has worked in the field of island restoration, traveling throughout the American Insular Pacific to eradicate invasive plants and animals introduced by humans. The region spans from Hawai`i to Samoa to Guam, and their neighbors—small, obscure tropical islands that are hundreds, if not thousands,... more...

  • Forgotten Songs and Stories of the Seaby Caroline Rochford

    Pen and Sword 2016; US$ 14.08

    Stirring tales of heroism at sea have been ingrained in the annals of maritime history since time immemorial. Christopher Columbus’s discovery of the New World, Queen Elizabeth I’s defeat of the Spanish Armada, and Horatio Nelson’s victory at Trafalgar are just some of Britain’s most memorable naval triumphs. But what about the lesser-known tales from... more...

  • Les Epines de Roseby Valérie Satin

    Primento Digital Publishing 2017; US$ 6.99

    Quand une vieille dame au crépuscule de son existence livre ses secrets, c'est la vie des habitants d'une île entière qui se voit chamboulée... Éléonore a besoin de se reposer et de changer d’horizon. Depuis la mort brutale de son mari, elle a triplé son rythme de travail pour ne pas sombrer et pour oublier. Inquiets, ses amis la pressent de s’accorder... more...

  • Last Call at the Oasisby Participant Media; Karl Weber

    PublicAffairs 2012; US$ 20.00

    “If there was a price placed on clean water we might start treating it like it has value. Maybe when it’s gone we'll realize we can’t drink oil or money.” —Dave Matthews     Less than 1 percent of the world’s water is fresh and potable—and no more will ever be available. Thanks to pollution, global warming, and population growth, water access is... more...

  • Lost to the Seaby Stephen Wade

    Pen and Sword 2017; US$ 14.08

    Lost to the Sea: Norfolk & Suffolk relates the stories of how the human communities along the coast of these counties maintained their struggle with the sea. From very early Neolithic times, when global changes created the Continental Shelf and raised the cliffs along Britain's eastern shorelines, through Roman and medieval times, the first villages... more...