Best Books on Marine Life: Informative From Cover To Cover

Author: Sherry Helms

Today is World Whale Day, and on this great day we want to gift our readers a plethora of books related to Marine world, so that they can become more knowledgeable about the stunning and susceptible creatures of this world.

“Marine life is the fundamental nature of MarineBio where we can explore the science, biology, taxonomy, morphology, behavior, and ecological relationships of marine life inhabiting our ocean.” Marine life is as sensitive as terrific it looks. Besides admiration, it requires immense protection which can be provided only when complete knowledge is acquired.

In fact, there is a large segment of people who are so fascinated with the marine life that they want to bring that life into their life in the form of an aquarium. Do you consider yourself among those specific human breed? Or say, are you an aficionado of marine dwellers and their habitats, and very curious to see the sights for the same. Nothing can be a better option than go through a book to gain knowledge about Marine Life.

Here enlisted some randomly selected books from the store of on Marine Life which may help you to pacify your curiosity to a great extent:

 Introduction to the Biology of Marine Life: This is available in series covering all the past and recent advances in research and technology within the field of marine biology. While maintaining student-friendly style in content, the latest releases of this series span current trends and problems in the field. Here, you can also gain the information on marine viruses, marine fungi, estimating productivity from satellite images, problems faced by coral reefs, and much more.


 Discoveries of the Census of Marine Life Making Ocean Life Count: This book deals with the findings of a project elicited to study the 10-year course of the recently completed Census of Marine Life. An ad hoc global network of researchers from more than 80 nations has worked hand in glove to help improving our understanding of marine biodiversity – past, present, and future. The information elicited in this book will help you to understand better resources management, conserve diversity, reverse habitat losses, and take action according to global climate change.


 The Complete Book of the Marine Aquarium: Giving you “A Comprehensive Reference Guide to more than 700 Marine Fish and Invertebrate Species, and How to set up and Maintain a Living Reef Aquarium”, this book will enable you to successfully construct and maintain a natural-looking coral reef aquarium in your home.


 Marine Protected Areas for Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises: As this is “A World Handbook for Cetacean Habitat Conservation and Planning”, it helps the readers to gauge about the worldwide change in human attitudes towards the world’s oceans. This book is the newer edition of its series written by Erich Hoyt. If the highly admired previous edition led to a number of new marine protected area proposals and numerous notable conservation successes around the world, this revised and expanded edition speaks about new developments in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Pacific  oceans as well as gives future directions for High Seas Protection.

Sensuous Seas: Tales of a Marine Biologist: This exclusive book will feed you more than you have learnt from a marine biology textbook. In Sensuous Seas, the author Eugene Kaplan takes the readers to the bottom of the sea in a submarine to discover living fossils or to coral reefs as well as to observe a day in the life of sea creatures, with a look at their habitats, their beauty and, yes, even their sex lives.

Saltwater Aquariums for Dummies: If you want to dive into the colorful world of saltwater fish then this  readers-friendly guide is best for you.  It gives you easy and step-by-step instructions on how to choose and care these  fun-loving animals. in this book, you can get the latest knowledge on feeding, tank upkeep, filtering systems,  live rock maintenance and preventing algae build-up.

The Unnatural History of the Sea: The Past and Future of Humanity and Fishing: In this book the author deals with the history of human exploitation of the sea’s resources, predominantly through fishing. Well researched and wonderfully written, this book draws forth the fact that how much we have changed our marine atmosphere through over-exploiting its inhabitants and other natural resources like fish, whales, coral reefs, etc.Our online bookstore has great collection of Books on marine and marine life.

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