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by J. D. Stevens

eBook Sharks download ISBN: 0816039909
Author: J. D. Stevens
Publisher: Checkmark Books; Subsequent edition (March 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 240
ePub: 1866 kb
Fb2: 1117 kb
Rating: 4.1
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Biological Sciences

Fuckin' dopest of the dope, this behemoth of a shark book is all business all the time. You thought you knew about sharks before you read this five-star classic? You were fuckin' wrong.

Fuckin' dopest of the dope, this behemoth of a shark book is all business all the time.

They may have to ship it to you because there is no guarantee the book will be where you are. Source(s): kArMaRiFiC · 8 years ago. 0. Thumbs up.

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by. Stevens, J. D. (John Donald), 1947-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

This brilliant novel by Steven Hall is a modern literary masterpiece. The writing is intelligent, the action is visceral, and the plot evolves a terrifically compelling story. On many levels Hall immerses the reader in Sanderson's nightmare - the clever text, the engaging characters, the riveting allusions and the high drama.

Stevens's scientific contributions. Publications (4). Sharks and Rays of Borneo.

Strawberry Hill Books presents. Condition: Used: Excellent. See details and exclusions.

The Elephant Shark Genome Project was launched with the aim to sequence the whole genome of the elephant shark. P. R. Last and J. Stevens Sharks and Rays of Australia (Intl Specialized Book Service Inc. June 1991). ISBN 978-0-643-05143-0

The Elephant Shark Genome Project was launched with the aim to sequence the whole genome of the elephant shark. ISBN 978-0-643-05143-0. Venkatesh B, Kirkness EF, Loh YH, Halpern AL, Lee AP, et al.

Last PR, Stevens JD (1994) Sharks and rays of Australia. CSIRO, Australia, 513 pp. Long DJ, Hanni KD, Pyle P, Roletto J, Jones RE, Bandar R (1996) White shark predation on four pinniped species in central California waters: geographic and temporal patterns inferred from wounded carcasses. In: Klimley AP, Ainley DG (eds) Great white sharks. The biology of Carcharodon carcharias. Academic, San Diego, pp 263–274.

The sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) is a species of requiem shark, and part of the family Carcharhinidae, native to the Atlantic Ocean and the Indo-Pacific. It is distinguishable by its very high first dorsal fin and interdorsal ridge. It is not to be confused with its similarly named shark, the sand tiger shark, Carcharias taurus. The sandbar shark is also called the thickskin shark or brown shark.

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Describes different kinds of sharks, discusses shark biology, ecology, and senses, and assesses new techniques to repel sharks and prevent attacks
Comments: (2)
just one girl
Being a documentary filmmaker for the National Geographic Television Division,
and having made a one hour special on sharks, it takes a lot for me to rave about
a book. I have a library of several hundred books on the subject.
This one deserves the five stars. This is not just a picture book. It balances pictures and text and it rates very highly in both features. It was first published in 1987 and followed with a second edition in 1999. Dr. John Stevens from Australia did a masterful job of finding some of the finest experts, many of whom I used in my show.
It's enjoyable and enlightening. It's format balancing spectacular photographs with just the right amount of facts, stories and graphs makes it a joy to read. It rates in my estimation as one of the top books for overall information on the vast subject along with "The Book of Sharks" by Richard Ellis, who by the way contributed to this book.
Kagrel
This is the most informative, detailed shark book that I have had the pleasure of reading and believe me I have read a lot of them. The book covers many different aspects of the shark, including its evolution, ecology, various species, shark attacks and the behaviour of the shark. It also distinguishes between what is myth and what is reality behind the sharks history. Overall this is a very interesting and educational read which should be a necessity to any shark enthusiasts.