Naturalist's Guide to the Atlantic Seashore

Beach Ecology From The Gulf Of Maine To Cape Hatteras

Book Description

From the North Carolina's Outer Banks to Maine's rocky coast, this comprehensive guidebook covers the ecology, wildlife, plants and ocean creatures in full-color photographs and vivid detail. No other book includes all of the plants, animals, and terrain along this stretch of coastline, making this a must-have for anyone who lives or recreates near the Atlantic.
The diverse habitats of the seashore, from the Rocky Shores to Sandy Beaches, Estuaries, Tidal Flats, Salt Marshes, Seagrass Meadows, and the Open Ocean are explored in detail in this user-friendly guide and natural history. The easy-to-use layout, comprehensive index, water-resistant cover and guaranteed binding make this a beautiful volume of natural history and biodiversity.

Scott W. Shumway is a professor of biology at Wheaton College. He lives in Westborough, Massachusetts.

About Shumway, Scott

Scott Shumway is a professor of biology at Wheaton College and has been studying the ecosystems of the Atlantic Coast for decades.