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Florida’s Waters

Taken from the earlier book Priceless Florida (and modified for a stand-alone book), this volume discusses the fresh- and saltwater systems of Florida, including lakes and ponds; rivers and streams; springs; aquatic caves; estuarine waters and seafloors; submarine meadows, sponge, rock, and reef communities; and the Gulf and Atlantic Ocean. Introduces readers to the trees and plants, insects, mammals, reptiles, and other species that live in Florida's unique water ecosystems, including chicken turtle, barking treefrogs, osprey, herons, bass, crayfish, conchs, cordgrass, and railroad vine. Discusses the food chain and the interconnectedness of all species.

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BOOK DETAILS
  • Pages: 128

  • Dimensions: 8.5x11

  • Format:  Paperback
    ISBN: 9781561648689

    19.95
  • Format:  eBook
    ISBN: 9781561649297

    12.99
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Lakes and Ponds
Alluvial, Blackwater, and Seepage Streams
Aquatic Caves, Sinks, Springs, and Spring Runs
Estuarine Waters and Seafloors
Submarine Meadows
Sponge, Rock, and Reef Communities
The Gulf and the Ocean

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Taken from the earlier book Priceless Florida (and modified for a stand-alone book), this volume discusses the fresh- and saltwater systems of Florida, including lakes and ponds; rivers and streams; springs; aquatic caves; estuarine waters and seafloors; submarine meadows, sponge, rock, and reef communities; and the Gulf and Atlantic Ocean. Introduces readers to the trees and plants, insects, mammals, reptiles, and other species that live in Florida’s unique water ecosystems, including chicken turtle, barking treefrogs, osprey, herons, bass, crayfish, conchs, cordgrass, and railroad vine. Discusses the food chain and the interconnectedness of all species.< < Previous in series

anne rudloe|climate|Coastal|d bruce means|ecosystem|ellie whitney|eryk jadazewski|estuaries|everglades|field manual|Florida|florida wildlife|Gulf of Mexico|History|interior|invasive species|lakes|Local|national preserve|native species|natural history|nature|ocean|parks|ponds|Preservation|sea|seagrass beds|south florida|sponge communities|sponges|springs|streams|swamp|water|wildlifeTaken from the earlier book Priceless Florida (and modified for a stand-alone book), this volume discusses the fresh- and saltwater systems of Florida, including lakes and ponds; rivers and streams; springs; aquatic caves; estuarine waters and seafloors; submarine meadows, sponge, rock, and reef communities; and the Gulf and Atlantic Ocean. Introduces readers to the trees and plants, insects, mammals, reptiles, and other species that live in Florida’s unique water ecosystems, including chicken turtle, barking treefrogs, osprey, herons, bass, crayfish, conchs, cordgrass, and railroad vine. Discusses the food chain and the interconnectedness of all species.

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anne rudloe|climate|Coastal|d bruce means|ecosystem|ellie whitney|eryk jadazewski|estuaries|everglades|field manual|Florida|florida wildlife|Gulf of Mexico|History|interior|invasive species|lakes|Local|national preserve|native species|natural history|nature|ocean|parks|ponds|Preservation|sea|seagrass beds|south florida|sponge communities|sponges|springs|streams|swamp|water|wildlife