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Elizabeth Wood, Michael Aw, "Reef Fishes, Corals and Invertebrates of the South China Sea"

Elizabeth Wood, Michael Aw, "Reef Fishes, Corals and Invertebrates of the South China Sea"
Publisher: New Holland | 2002 | ISBN: 1859748910 | English | PDF | 144 pages | 105.9 Mb

This text is the third comprehensive guide in this series which already covers the Red Sea and the Caribbean. Covering 275 species, this volume contains full-colour photographs, identification details and at-a-glance information on the diet, habits and habitats of the array of fish, corals and invertebrates to be found throughout the region. ...

This text is the third comprehensive guide in this series which already covers the Red Sea and the Caribbean. Covering 275 species, this volume contains full-colour photographs, identification details and at-a-glance information on the diet, habits and habitats of the array of fish, corals and invertebrates to be found throughout the region. Designed to be of practical use to divers, snorkellers, and underwater photographers, this guide is for visitors to South-East Asia, which has become a popular dive destination.

About the Author


Dr Elizabeth Wood is a marine biological consultant, and Coral Reef Conservation Specialist at the Marine Conservation Society. She is a diver and underwater photographer with particular research interests in reef ecology, fish behaviour and the biology of corals. She is also the author of Reef Fishes, Corals and Invertebrates of the Caribbean, Including Bermuda. She lives in Hampshire. Michael AW is a highly respected marine photographer. His images have won numerous awards, including the prestigious Superb Close-Up award from the 1995 Nikon International Photo Contest. Michael has made over 39 field trips to Indonesia, and his publication Beneath Bunaken, was selected as a Gift of State. He lives in Sydney, Australia.

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