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A Living Baydescribes the complex biological interactions among many of the marine plants and animals of Monterey Bay, including its seaweeds, seagrasses, invertebrates, marine mammals, fish, and birds. We learn how these organisms reproduce, prey, and defend themselves. The introduction presents basic biological concepts, while successive chapters tour the various habitats of the bay. From its beaches to the bottom of its submarine canyon--even deeper than the Grand Canyon in Arizona--the tiniest details come to life in the stunning photographs and explanatory text.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Marine ecology California Monterey Bay, Marine biology California Monterey Bay