The Biology of Seashores

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Abiotic and Biotic Factors: Tides, wave shock, desiccation, and food sources.
Adaptations for Wave Shock: Shows the variety of body forms and structures found in an environment ripped by waves.
Defense: Examines structural, chemical, and behavioral adaptations that protect animals in this crowded environment.
Feeding: Looks at adaptations used to harvest the abundant food sources of the shore.
Reproduction: Examines asexual and sexual strategies and the importance of larval development in the plankton.
Rocky Shores, Sandy Beaches, Mudflats, and Docks: Reveals complex webs of life living in these accessible habitats.

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