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popular history of British seaweeds

David Landsborough

popular history of British seaweeds

comprising their structure, fructification, specific characters, arrangement, and general distribution, with notices of some of the fresh-water algae

by David Landsborough

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Published by Lovell Reeve in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Algae -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby the Rev. D. Landsborough ....
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 400 p., [20] leaves of plates (incl. front.) :
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18382656M

    natural history of these islands. To which are added, directions for laying out sea-weeds, and preparing them for the herbarium. Edinburgh: Johnstone and Hunter. pp. Landsborough, D. (). A popular history of British seaweeds: comprising their structure, fructification, specific characters, arrangement, and . The first edition of Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland has proved invaluable to an enormous number of people, not just volunteer Seasearch divers and snorkellers, and this eagerly awaited second edition will no doubt prove to be equally as popular. The aim of this book is to introduce the reader to the wonderful marine environment around Britain.

    Mrs Margaret Gatty took up beachcombing, especially collecting and identifying seaweeds, in middle age and improved her expertise through correspondence with some of the most prominent scientists of the day. In particular, she formed an important relationship with William Henry Harvey, which was of benefit to them both. Mrs Gatty's major publication, British sea-weeds, demonstrates her powers Cited by: 1. The synthesis of many years' research carried out by members of the British Phycological Society in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, London, this series of books covers all the British and the majority of northern Atlantic seaweeds. Welcome reissue of an important book ( 0 2) first published in and long out of print.

    Buy Seaweeds Paperback by Thomas D. ISBN: We are processing orders and with free postage on orders over £30 to UK and Ireland. No visitors allowed on the premises. So you've been asked to prepare a persuasive speech and the last thing you want to do is be boring. You'd prefer to be a combination of zany, cheerful, entertaining, outrageous, amusing, side-splittingly funny, comical, jolly, interesting, merry AND mirthful with a side serving of droll and a whiff of the ridiculous. Possibly even crazy!


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However, only in the last three hundred years has that knowledge evolved into a rapidly developing science. Historic books on seaweed include “Photographs of British Algae” by Anna Atkins, “The Seaweed Collector” by Shirley Hibberd, “Sea Mosses” by A.B. Hervey, “British Seaweeds” by W.C. Johnstone and A.

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See. "The second edition of the Seasearch Guide to Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland continues the tradition of admirably illustrated field guides to groups of underwater marine life published by Wild Nature Press.

This new edition represents a considerable increase in the number of taxa illustrated (over ), each one described in detail with sections on texture and colour, reproductive traits. A popular history of British seaweeds, comprising their structure, fructification, specific characters, arrangement, and general distribution, with notices of some.

The first edition of Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland has proved invaluable to an enormous number of people, not just volunteer Seasearch divers and snorkellers, and this eagerly awaited second edition will no doubt prove to be equally as popular.

The aim of this book is to introduce the reader to the wonderful marine environment around Britain Released on: J A unique book that looks at seaweeds from a broad range of perspectives: their biology, cultural history, nutritional value, importance as food, gastronomic applications, as well as medicinal and industrial uses.

Download flyer. Advance praise “Ole G. Mouritsen has done it again. Seaweeds parallels his Sushi in excellence of presentation. The. On Harvey's recommendation Landsborough was employed to write a popular "History of British Seaweeds", and the work, on its appearance inwas so satisfactory, that he was commissioned to prepare a similar 'Popular History of British Zoophytes or Corallines,' which was published in   Gatty’s crowning work of algology, British Sea-Weeds, is an exhaustive compilation of local seaweeds, fully described and illustrated in 86 colored plates.

Margaret Gatty, photographed by Author: Cara Giaimo. About this book. Written and assembled by an international team of specialists, this book incorporates all the latest information on the green seaweeds of Britain and Ireland (families Trebouxiophyceae and Ulvophyceae), revealing a wealth of diversity.

When Housewives Were Seduced by Seaweed. by Shirley Hibberd in his book, “The Seaweed Collector.” diagrams from David Landsborough’s “A Popular History of Author: Collectors Weekly. the first, and Fuhrer et al.

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