472 pp., 7.25 x 8.375, 395 drawings, 20 illus., 6 maps, 2 tables, appends., notes, bibl., index
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-7227-7
Published: February 2012
eBook ISBN: 978-0-8078-9859-8
Published: November 2009
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About the Authors
Robert L. Lippson has served as senior scientist of the National Marine Fisheries Service's Chesapeake Bay Estuarine Research Program, research scientist at the University of Maryland Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, and adjunct professor at Michigan State University.
For more information about Robert L. Lippson, visit the Author Page.
Alice Jane Lippson has worked as a research scientist at the University of Maryland Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and Martin-Marietta Corporation and as a professional scientific illustrator.
For more information about Alice Jane Lippson, visit the Author Page.
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