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Anthony Minardi Richly Documents the Flora and Fauna in the Northeast Wetlands

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“The Wetlands Field Guide” is competently written to be understood by laymen, teachers and students alike, while not compromising the richness of biological terms.
Anthony Minardi compiled a comprehensive yet gratifying guide to the flora and fauna that the readers can identify with in navigating the wetlands. “The Wetlands Field Guide” offered both valuable knowledge of genetic adaptions for survival, trivia, and illustration of the plants and animals. Strategically, in illustrating the wetlands – the biological transect procedure – a twenty-five-meter line is drawn from the water’s edge. At the 25th meter mark, a one-meter square is allotted to identify the most common, hence, the most significant, flora and fauna in the area. Some of the plants that can be found in the high ground include the common reed, pine, cedar, and oak species. After introducing the plants in the one-meter zone, the most common, and unique, invertebrates that thrived within the zone are then described.
This book, “The Wetlands Field Guide,” is a product of Minardi’s decades-long dedicated research, study, and publication on marine biology. Being an award-winning Biology Teacher himself, he presented the details on the plants and animals with apparent expertise on the marine biology academic language that is also easily comprehensible for the readers – a book perfect for marine lovers and those interested in the genetic adaptations made by these plants and animals to survive in the ever-dynamic world.
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The Wetlands Field Guide
Written by:  Anthony Minardi
Published by AuthorCentrix, Inc.
Published date: October 9, 2017
Hardcover Price: $16.91
About the Author:
Anthony Minardi is a marine biologist and educator. He has studied and published on the subject for more than forty years, with a particular focus on the northeast coast of the United States. Mr. Minardi is the former chair of the science department of East Hampton High School, New York. He has also been an assistant professor of biology at Southampton College, Chapman College, and Syracuse University. As part of his doctoral research, Mr. Minardi performed field and laboratory studies at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Massachusetts. Mr. Minardi was named Outstanding Biology Teacher (New York State) in 1986.

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