1 edition of The Gulf of Mexico found in the catalog.
A tour of the Gulf of Mexico and its surrounding area.
Includes bibliographical references (page 31) and index.
|Statement||by Katie Marsico|
|Series||It"s cool to learn about America"s waterways, Social studies explorer, Social studies explorer|
|LC Classifications||F296 .M116 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 pages :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|ISBN 10||1624310168, 1624310400, 1624310648|
|ISBN 10||9781624310164, 9781624310409, 9781624310645|
|LC Control Number||2012034739|
The Sport Fish of the Gulf of Mexico is a must have for any angler. + color illustrations of the fish you may encounter are presented in meticulous detail to /5. In The Marine Mammals of the Gulf of Mexico, Bernd Würsig, Thomas A. Jefferson, and David J. Schmidly provide information on all known species, valuable identification tools, and up-to-date research on behavior, group sizes, reproduction, and underwater calls.
arts entertainment Books. Pulitzer-winning 'The Gulf' captures the glory, history and tragedy of the 'American sea' on Texas' shores Jack E. Davis offers an epic, encyclopedic look at . An Evening with John Sledge. November 13 • 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. • History Museum of Mobile Celebrate the release of John Sledge’s new book “The Gulf of Mexico: A Maritime History,” a sweeping work that illuminates both the risks of life on the water and the riches that come from its : John Sledge.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages folded map, color plates 29 cm. Series Title: Studio book. Responsibility: Text by Bern. Sport Fish of the Gulf of Mexico by Vic Dunaway is the book of choice. With over species of fish in the Gulf, this book does a great job with illustratiions, and descriptions of each species. This book is designed for the fisherman. This book is a quick reference guide to /5(13).
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To the bleached reefs & oil stains on my feet in Galveston beach. The book is a great mix of ecology, archeology, history and natural beauty to man made disaster. Sadly this book on THE GULF only covers the American Gulf coast. Much the GULF extends into Mexico, Central America & South America.
or is my geography over extended/5(). The Gulf of Mexico book The Gulf of Mexico presents a compelling, salt-streaked narrative of the earth's tenth largest body of water. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(6). The Gulf of Mexico (True Books: Geography: Bodies of Water) Paperback – August 1, by3/5(1).
The Gulf of Mexico used to be a bounteous habitat of sea life and birds, but the oil industry, pollution, and overfishing have changed that, according to the author.
Davis is an engaging writer, but the last half of the book is a drag to get through. Also, this is a book about the northern Gulf; he doesn't explore the southern Mexican coast/5(). The Gulf of Mexico (A Studio book) (ISBN )Ratings: 0.
The book breaks the Gulf into several sections, providing maps for each, and the maps are unusually good. The sections include Mexican waters, the Northern coast of Cuba, the Gulf's Loop Current, the Florida Middle Ground, the northernmost coral reefs (off the Texas and Louisiana coasts), and the continental shelf.5/5(4).
Cambridge Core - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy - The Gulf of Mexico Sedimentary Basin - by John W. SneddenAuthor: John W. Snedden, William E. Galloway. Eighteen chapters deal with the entire Gulf of Mexico basin. Included are significant contributions from Mexican geologists. Nine topical chapters cover regional aspects of physiography and bathymetry, structural framework, the basement crust, salt tectonics and listric faulting, igneous activity, seismic stratigraphy, oil and gas resources, mineral resources and geopressured-geothermal energy.
The Gulf of Mexico coast of the United States, from Key West, Fla., to the Rio Grande, is low and mostly sandy, presenting no marked natural features to the mariner approaching from seaward; shoal water generally extends well offshore.
The princ ipal points and harbor entrances are marked by lights, which are the chief guides for approaching or. Florida Sportsman Sport Fish of the Gulf of Mexico Book: Vic Dunaway, Eric Wickstrom, Bryan Henry, Kevin R. Brant: : Books. See /5(79). Think about the Gulf of Mexico for a minute. Davis is a professor of environmental history at the University of Florida, and his book is both broad and deep, taking us back to the first.
Spanish Sea: the Gulf of Mexico in North American discovery, by Robert S. Weddle. Get In Touch. Resort Destinations P: () Thomas Drive Panama City Beach, Florida A sweeping environmental history of the Gulf of Mexico that duly considers the ravages of nature and light of the devastation of the BP oil spill, environmental historian Davis (History and Sustainability Studies/Univ.
of Florida; An Everglades Providence: Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the American Environmental Century,etc 5/5(1). The Gulf of Mexico presents a compelling, salt-streaked narrative of the earth's tenth largest body of water.
In this beautifully written and illustrated volume, John S. Sledge explores the people, ships, and cities that have made the Gulf's human history and culture so : John S.
Sledge. The bulk of the book focuses on the gulf coasts of five U.S. states in the 18th to 21st centuries, and Davis brings that history alive by couching it in the stories of individual people. Get this from a library. The Gulf of Mexico. [David Petersen] -- Presents an introduction to the Gulf of Mexico describing its physical characteristics, the plants and animals that live in or near it, and the importance of the Gulf Stream.
The Gulf of Mexico presents a compelling, salt-streaked narrative of the earth's tenth largest body of water. In this beautifully written and illustrated volume, John S. Sledge explores the people, ships, and cities that have made the Gulf's human history and culture so : University of South Carolina Press.
The Marine Mammals of the Gulf of Mexico book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Gulf of Mexico teems with a much greate /5. The Gulf of Mexico. [Pam Zollman] -- Simple text and color photos describe the Gulf of Mexico.
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There is a chapter on memorable hurricanes (including the obvious contenders) and a chapter about how the Gulf of Mexico This is an excellent compilation of hurricanes either originating in the Gulf or making landfall along its /5.The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea, by Jack E.
Davis (Liveright/W.W. Norton) Share: Twitter Facebook Email An important environmental history of the Gulf of Mexico that brings crucial attention to Earth’s 10th-largest body of water, one of the planet’s most diverse and productive marine ecosystems. THE GULF The Making of an American Sea By Jack E.
Davis Illustrated. pp. Liveright Publishing. $ For those who live distant from .