Mommy, is that red snot?” is just one of the many shoreline related questions that can be answered by this handy book.
Encyclopedia of Puget Sound (Beta version) is online as of 16 May 2012 at http://eopugetsound.org This web site offers access to the most relevant and up-to-date scientific information, primarily for researchers and policymakers working to protect and restore Puget Sound. It is, however, also available to everyone else. This online effort is designed as a reference source […]
Forget your parents’ admonitions to not play with your food. This book will guide you in the fine art of playing with your food in a way that will leave you with some fun art-making experience, a good dinner, and some insight into what these creatures do for a living. Where else can you view […]
“I learned early on that if you tell people what you see at low tide they’ll think you’re exaggerating or lying when you’re actually just explaining strange and wonderful things…” (The Highest Tide, Lynch)
A beautifully illustrated overview of the rich storehouses of biodiversity underpin our quality of life, our economies and much of our cultural identity. The photographs in this book are inspiring!
This musical in a book is a refreshingly new treatment of diverse mindsets coming to terms with their relationships with the environment.
When the sea turns its enormous power against us, our best defense is to get out of its way — but to do that, we must first be able to predict when and where it will strike.
This book is the first and only field guide to more than 100 common seaweeds, seagrasses, and marine lichens of Alaska.
In fun, fanciful form, children learn about plants and animals that are joined through the mix of seasons, food webs, and habitats beneath the waves. I recently pulled my signed copy of this book out of my bookshelf because I was giving a talk in Port Ludlow, WA—this author’s neighborhood. This beautifully illustrated book is […]