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Field Guide to Squids and Octopods of the Eastern North Pacific and Bering Sea

Elaina M. Jorgensen

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Alaska Sea Grant College Program
15 February 2011
This handy, fully illustrated guide is designed to help researchers and scientists identify squids and octopods found in the eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea, regions that have been difficult to sample because of their rough seas?and thus have been poorly known until now. Printed on waterproof paper, the book describes and illustrates forty-four species, with full scientific details and aids to identification.
By:   Elaina M. Jorgensen
Imprint:   Alaska Sea Grant College Program
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 227mm,  Width: 163mm,  Spine: 17mm
Weight:   288g
ISBN:   9781566121392
ISBN 10:   1566121396
Pages:   100
Publication Date:   15 February 2011
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Elaina M. Jorgensen is a fisheries scientist at the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries Science Center.

Reviews for Field Guide to Squids and Octopods of the Eastern North Pacific and Bering Sea

This handy, fully illustrated guide is designed to help researchers and scientists identify squids and octopods found in the eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea, regions that have been difficult to sample because of their rough seas and thus have been poorly known until now. Printed on waterproof paper, the book describes and illustrates forty-four species, with full scientific details and aids to identification. Another useful guide from Alaska Sea Grant. --Ian Paulsen Guardian (03/26/2011) This handy, fully illustrated guide is designed to help researchers and scientists identify squids and octopods found in the eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea, regions that have been difficult to sample because of their rough seas--and thus have been poorly known until now. Printed on waterproof paper, the book describes and illustrates forty-four species, with full scientific details and aids to identification. Another useful guide from Alaska Sea Grant. --Ian Paulsen Guardian (03/26/2011)


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