Sea and Seashore

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The Young Scientist Investigates topic book on Sea and Seashore was first published in 1981 and gives information, illustrated by full colour photographs and drawings, about the extent of the oceans, different types of seashore and the animals and plants to be found there. Tides are mentioned, but no explanation of them is attempted. The book is intended for children aged 8-11 to read and then to answer question and carry out investigations involving making observations and collections of sea shore plants, pebbles and shells.

Contents
The sea
The seashore and sea bottom
Tides and waves
Plankton and whales
Molluscs
Some more seashore animals
Sandy beaches
Rock pools
Starfish and sea urchins
Do you remember?
Things to do
Seaweeds
The tideline
Sea birds
Sand dunes and shingle beaches
Divers and fuels
Fishing for food
The deep sea
Pollution
Do you remember?
Things to do
Experiments to try
Glossary

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