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By Bob Gibbons

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An obtainable consultant offering accomplished element on a hundred thirty of the commonest British species of untamed flowers.

A brief creation to the publication contains details at the constitution of plant life and the way to take advantage of the consultant to spot wild flowers.

Species are illustrated in additional than a hundred and fifty of the author's amazing color photographs.
Each species account features a normal advent and outline, flowering time and distribution.

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The distinct ecosystems found in these environments include estuarine and coastal wetlands, such as marshes and mangroves, sand beaches and dunes, seagrass beds, coral reefs, and coastal and open-water marine ecosystems. However, coastal human population densities are nearly three times that of inland areas, and they are increasing exponentially (UNEP 2006). The resulting deterioration in coastal systems due to human activities is intense and increasing, such that 50% of salt marshes, 35% of mangroves, 30% of coral reefs, and 29% of seagrasses are either lost or degraded worldwide (FAO 2007; MEA 2005; Orth et al.

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