This book is intended for passionate naturalists but also for family vacationers, curious about what surrounds them.
Seaweeds abound on the beaches of our coasts... But what is a seaweed?
A plant, a bacterium, an association of living beings? This precise and concise book deals with the nature and diversity of algae. It also illustrates their sexuality and their ecology, and presents the main species of algae of the French coast (North Sea, Channel, Atlantic). What are seaweeds used for, and how long have they been exploited? What are their food uses? What is the phenomenon of "green algae" that pollutes our coasts? How to build a seaweed bed?
Four specialists from the National Museum of Natural History answer all your questions.
This book is sold in French.
Algae of the Coastline
Authors: Line le gall, B. De Reviers, F. Rousseau, J. Utge
Publisher : ÉDITIONS OUEST-FRANCE
Year : 05/2011 Number of pages : 32
Dimension : 19,3cm x 25,8cm x 0,3cm
Weight : 148g Binding : Paperback
ISBN 10 : 2737353572
ISBN 13 : 9782737353574