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Introduction to Caribbean Coral Reefs

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THIS BOOK IS NOW OUT OF PRINT AND UNAVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.

IT HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A THROUGHLY REVISED BOOK (PUBLISHED 4/2015) ENTITLED, "CARIBBEAN CORAL REEFS: AN INTRODUCTION"


A concise and attractive introductory guide to the structure, marine life, and ecology of Caribbean coral reefs, illustrated with color photos, intended for general audiences. By a professional educ
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Kindle Edition, 128 pages
Published October 29th 2010 by William S. Alevizon (first published January 1994)
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Dan Russell
Jun 12, 2015 Dan Russell rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A short book that’s full of good information about how Caribbean reefs are organized and how different groups of animals and plants function in that place. Even though I’ve been diving on the reefs for years, I hadn’t appreciated some of the important distinctions that professional reef ecologists make. Example: “hardgrounds” are a kind of stony flooring that was once coral, but is now a kind of living platform between coral outcroppings. It’s where sponges and octocorals (e.g., sea fans and ...more
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