Aggregation of Predatory Starfish

Photo by Thomas Suchanek

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AVAILABLE NOW!!
FROM OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

MARINE BIOLOGY EXPLORATIONS CD

Version 3.0 - PC and Mac Compatible!


[PROVIDED WITH EVERY COPY OF THE 2ND EDITION OF MARINE BIOLOGY: FUNCTION, BIODIVERSITY, ECOLOGY, by Jeffrey Levinton, published by Oxford University Press]

A CD with about 450 images of marine environments and organisms. Produced as a companion to "Marine Biology: Function, Biodiversity, Ecology" by Jeffrey Levinton, Marine Biology Explorations (MBE) gives the student an opportunity to examine images and explanatory text for the following subject areas:

(1) The Voyage of the Challenger Expedition
(2) Marine Plankton
(3) Salt Marshes
(4) Mangals
(5) Coral Reefs
(6) Soft Bottom Shores
(7) Rocky Shores
(8) Marine Invertebrate Larvae
(9) Subtidal Bottoms
(10) Hot Vent Environments
(11) Kelp Forests
(12) Antarctica

(13) Mammals and Larger Vertebrates

(14) Gateway to Marine Biology Reference Lists, Marine Biology Links, and Marine Biology Laboratories Web Pages


Images are from both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of North America, Europe, Australia, and from Antarctica. Each subject area allows the student to "wander" and encounter new organisms and ecological features. Text boxes describe organisms or illuminate ecological processes.

Marine Biology Explorations 3.0 is in WWW format, which can be read with any popular web browser. Files on CD can be read by both pc and mac computers.

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Hardware Required: Macintosh Computer with CD-ROM, MACOS version 6.0 and above. PC with Windows 3.1 and above.
Estimated Cost: Free with every copy of the book.

To order, contact Oxford University Press at:

Order Department, Oxford University Press
2001 Evans Road
Cary, North Carolina 27513

tel. 800-451-7556

OR: ORDER FROM OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS ON LINE
for inspection copies of Levinton's Marine Biology text, this CD, and for further information, please contact Scott Burns at Oxford University Press. Email address is: SGB@oup-usa.org or call 212-726-6168

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