The Life of Estuaries

  • E. J. Ferguson Wood


Let us now consider the relationships between plants and animals in the shallower waters where the land has an important influence on both the environment and the animals and plants that live there, particularly the microscopic ones.


Coral Reef Continental Shelf River Mouth Coastal Lagoon Barrier Island 
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