Seashore Life of Eastern Canada

Jim Cornall, Genny Simard,

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ISBN: 9781771081825

Seashore Life of Eastern Canada

A Guide to Identifying Intertidal Marine Species

  Author:   Jim Cornall, Genny Simard,  
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing

A field guide to over 80 of the most common species—including shells, crabs, seaweed, anemones, sea stars, and urchins—found in the Eastern Canadian intertidal zone. Seashore Life of Eastern Canada provides plenty of information for beachcombers to use as they explore the ocean shore. Each writeup includes an introduction that defines the intertidal zone where the species can be found and provides information about its habitat and appearance. Easy-to-use symbols and detailed colour photographs make identification a breeze.

Details and Specs
ISBN associated with this title: 9781771081825
Item NB1117
PublisherNimbus Publishing
PublisherNimbus Publishing
Published on April 25 2014
Language eng
Pages 112
Format Paperback
Dimensions8.5(in) x 5.5(in)
Shipping weight213(g)

Jim Cornall is an award-winning writer, author, editor, and photographer. His articles and photos have appeared in hundreds of newspapers, magazines and websites worldwide. He lives in Heathland, New Brunswick.

Genny Simard has written and translated many educational texts in marine biology. Genny has a degree in marine biology, and also teaches part of the science program offered to young bilingual students at the Huntsman Marine Science Centre, where she currently works in the aquarium. She lives in Chamcook, New Brunswick.

Award Winners & Nominees

Hackmatack Children's Choice Book Awards (English Non-fiction)