Progress in Underwater Science, Vol 13, edited by W F Farnham

Progress in Underwater Science, Vol 13
Editor,  W F Farnham

Report of the 21st Symposium of the at the Underwater Association for Scientific Research, Zoological Society, 20th – 21st March 1987.

Paperback in very good condition.

Marine reserves – Lessons from New Zealand
Studies on the European sea urchin Echinus esculentus using volunteers, 1977-1986
Scottish crannogs and archaeological excavation underwater
Development of methods for surveys and monitoring using divers
A preliminary investigation of the sublittoral habitats and communities of Ascension Island, South Atlantic
The rafting of shingle under the agency of seaweeds
Pharmacological aspects of nitrogen narcosis
Remote sensing of the marine environment
Scientific cave diving: a new research tool
Contributions to underwater ethologists to studies on marine fish
Orientation, movement and motor skills in divers.
Caribbean fisheries – problems and prospects
Sublittoral seaweed assemblages – a transatlantic comparison
Progress in coral reef conservation

226 pages
B&W diagrams and photographs
149 mm x 219 mm (approx. 5.75 in x 8.25 in)
1989, Underwater Association for Scientific Research Ltd, Margate, UK


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Weight .7 kg
Dimensions 22 × 16 × 3 cm