By Brad Montgomery. An excellent resource for classroom and field use in aquatic biology studies, this book emphasizes scientific principles, analysis, and laboratory and field investigation. Students will gain a new understanding of the interrelationships of the natural world in the context of aquatic biology. By identifying and analyzing both man-made and natural environmental problems, students can evaluate the risks associated with these problems and uncover solutions for solving or even preventing them. Paperback. 58 Pages.
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