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"It's easy to get carried away with superlatives, but the depth and range of material in Marine Life of the Pacific Northwest is unprecedented and the photographs (1,700 and counting) are superb! This book pushes our appreciation and understanding of West Coast marine invertebrates to an entirely new level."
--David Rahn, Western Mariner (Praise from the Western Mariner)
"Marine Life of the Pacific Northwest is the most comprehensive collection of photographs of Pacific Northwest marine life ever published. It is designed to allow the reader to recognize virtually any coastal organism that might be encountered from southern Alaska to central California - from sea lettuces and feather boa kelp to the leopard ribbon worm, Pacific red octopus, spiny-thigh sea spider and gutless awning-clam. Each species is identified with photographs and includes a description with information on range, habitat, appearance, and behaviour.""
--Fisherman Life (Praise from Fisherman Life)
"It's unlikely that a diver, beachcomber, or intertidal explorer in the Pacific Northwest will find a marine plant or animal that is not covered in this work."
—Jennifer Ruesink and Alan Trimble, Department of Biology, University of Washington, Discovery
"Marine Life of the Pacific Northwest is, if I may say, Biblio extraordinaria. Highly recommended."
—Catherine Dook, Boat Journal
"This volume should be on every coffee table in the province. The most comprehensive photographic collection of Pacific Northwest marine life ever published."
—Christine Scott, North Island MidWeek
Andy Lamb is a marine naturalist who has worked as both Chief Collector and Education Coordinator at the Vancouver Aquarium,and as a fish culturist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada.He lives on Thetis Island, BC, where he runs a B&B with his wife Virginia.
Bernard P. Hanby is an avid amateur photographer and scuba diver. He is the recipient of the Vancouver Natural History Society's 2003 Davidson Award for Conservation and Education, and serves on the Conservation and Education Committee of the Vancouver Aquarium Marine SeaLife Science Centre. His photographs have appeared in numerous publications and are displayed in the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre, the Shaw Ocean Discovery Centre (Sidney, BC) and the Alaska Sea Life Center. He lives in West Vancouver, BC.
Super quick delivery! Came in two days after ordering instead of two weeks!! Book is brand new. Very impressed.Published 4 months ago by AJ
The best photo collaboration ever of our Pacific NW marine life. AMAZING! I've had a copy for years and just got a second for a friend. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lindsay Cowan
As a recreational sailor and scuba diver I needed a reference publication to identify the various marine plants and organisms. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jiri Kotler
I highly recommend this book as it allows you to identify a multitude of sea creatures that inhabit our part of the coast. Read morePublished on June 16 2013 by Ronald Fraser
This book is a must have for the scuba diver in you....we just got back from a trip to British Columbia, Canada and this book easily helped us to identify all the fun creatures we... Read morePublished on March 30 2013 by Lisa Shier