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The Essential Guide to Beachcombing and the Strandline

Julie Hatcher, Steve Trewhella

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Beschreibung

Immerse yourself in the beachcombing experience; the wind in your face, the smell of salt spray, the roar of the ocean; it’s an assault on the senses, the perfect tonic. From time immemorial people have been drawn to the beach to collect practical resources as well as mysterious objects that have fuelled myth and folklore – it is our inherent hunter-gatherer instinct.

The beach strandline is also a wildlife habitat, home to a unique community of plants and animals,
many found nowhere else. They create a rich and ever-changing oasis of life in the otherwise harsh environment of the beach.

Whether you are a seasoned beachcomber, a casual visitor or an enthusiastic naturalist, this book is for you. It will satisfy your curiosity about each treasure found cast up on the beach, be it a pretty seashell or an exotic ocean voyager.

​​​​​​​• Descriptions of common and rare beach finds, both natural and man-made
• Clear photographs showing objects and species as found on the strandline and in their natural habitat
• Suggestions for family activities related to beachcombing
• A comprehensive account of the living flora and fauna of the beach strandline
• Information on threats and conservation measures for the marine and coastal environment

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Ocean, Mullet (fish), Buoy, Harbor seal, Fin whale, Swim bladder, Fishing tackle, Razor shell, Sea bean, Seaweed, Beachcombing, Herring gull, Forage fish, Bivalvia, Fiona pinnata, Shellfish, Cetacean stranding, Risso's dolphin, Fishing float, Fishing village, Tide, Fish aggregating device, Marine debris, Salt marsh, Seabed, Wader, Great Pacific garbage patch, Cuttlefish, Fishing line, Mussel, Sardine, Dune, Sea glass, Shrimp, Rocky shore, Fishery, Sea snail, Sea cave, Holdfast, Shingle beach, Ocean gyre, Talitridae, Shark Trust, Sargasso Sea, Crab, Crab trap, Decorator crab, Goose barnacle, Plankton, Bryde's whale, Mollusc shell, Lobster Trap, Seagrass, Gull, Cetacea, Drift seed, Sea urchin, Ocean current, Cockle (bivalve), Harbour porpoise, Deep sea, Seawater, Ligia oceanica, Marine biology, Hermit crab, Teredo navalis, Marine worm, Whale louse, Undulate ray, Loggerhead sea turtle, Dolphin, Estuary, Mola (fish), Talitrus saltator, Atlantic Ocean, Seahorse, Coral reef, Coastal erosion, Common dolphin, Sunscreen, Marine ecosystem, Pelagic fish, Sandpiper, Isopoda, Sea slug, Sand star, Marine mammal, Marine invertebrates, Seashell, Ocean sunfish, Lagoon, Fishing vessel, Bottlenose dolphin, Mangrove, Caribbean Sea, Longline fishing, Corallina officinalis, Common periwinkle, Jellyfish, Seabird