Saltwater Aquariums For Dummies

Author: Gregory Skomal

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118051025

Category: Pets

Page: 368

View: 3140

Demystifies aquarium setup and maintenance Combine and care for a wide variety of marine fish and invertebrates Dive into the colorful world of saltwater fish! This fun, friendly guide gives you easy step-by-step instructions for choosing and caring for these amazing animals. You get the latest on feeding, tank upkeep, filtering systems, maintaining live rock, and preventing algae build-up, as well as what not to include in your aquarium. Discover how to Choose the best fish and equipment Get your tank up and running Maintain proper water conditions Keep your fish happy and healthy Avoid tank pitfalls Keep a brackish aquarium

Saltwater Fly Fishing

Author: Jack Samson

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811716536

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 212

View: 4911

Describes the techniques of saltwater fly fishing for a wide range of species, including barracuda, wahoo, sailfish, marlin, and roosterfish, and provides detailed advice for choosing tackle, prime locations, and time of year

Saltwater People

Author: Nonie Sharp

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9780802085498

Category: Social Science

Page: 306

View: 1627

In October of 2001, the Australian High Court confirmed aboriginal title to two thousand kilometres of ocean off the north coast. The decision, which was the result of a seven-year court battle, highlighted aboriginal belief that the sea is a gift from the creator to be used for sustenance, spirituality, identity, and community. This evocative study of the people of northern coastal Australia and their sea worlds illuminates the power of human attachment to place. Saltwater People: The Waves of Memory offers a cross-disciplinary approach to native land claims that incorporates historical and contemporary case studies from not only Australia, but also New Zealand, Scandinavia, the US, and Canada. Nonie Sharp discusses various issues of indigenous heritage, including land claims, concepts of public and private property, poverty, and the environment. Despite dispossession, the aboriginals of northern coastal Australia never faltered in their devotion to the sea, illustrating how profoundly such bonds are preserved in memory. Their moving story of surviving and winning a lengthy court battle provides valuable information for all countries dealing with similar issues of rights to tenure and natural resources. Sharp provides the first book-length study of an integrated statement on the many defining qualities of the cultural relationship of aboriginals, non-aboriginals, and the concept of ownership over the sea, and illustrates the wisdom that different traditions can offer one another.

Fly-Fishing the Saltwater Shoreline

Author: Ed Mitchell

Publisher: Stackpole Books

ISBN: 9780811706537

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 229

View: 8557

One of the most respected authorities on Atlantic Coast fly fishing compiles his decades of experience in this all new, in-depth guide to species, structure, tactics, flies, and migrations. Detailed chapters on each species cover habitat, forage, and typical feeding habits. An illustrated guide to coastal structures-including troughs, sloughs, bars, flats, channels, rock piles, and estuaries-explains where and how to find the fish. A chapter on migrations provides regional information on where to find species throughout the year. With color plates of the latest and most effective saltwater flies. AUTHOR: Ed Mitchell has also authored Fly-Fishing the Saltwater Shoreline (0-8117-0653-2) and is a frequent contributor to Fly Fisherman, Saltwater Sportsman, and Fly Fishing Quarterly. He lives in Wethersfield, Connecticut. b/w photographs

Saltwater Fishing

Author: Mary-Lane Kamberg

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1448845998

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

View: 7466

Introduces saltwater fishing, discussing the equipment used, sportsmanship and safety, and the effects of fishing on the environment.

Saltwater Angler's Guide to the Southeast

Author: Bob Newman

Publisher: Wilderness Adventures Press

ISBN: 9781885106391

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 500

View: 8339

This is the first book in our new Saltwater Angler's Guide Series. Saltwater is the newest frontier for flyfishers, with new techniques for taking fish being created almost daily. These burgeoning fisheries are an untapped source of exciting sport for flyrodders and light tackle enthusiasts both. This guide covers over 50 species of fish in great detail: habits, habitat, seasonal movement, fishing techniques, distribution maps, and more. From the famous waters of the Outer Banks of North Carolina to the southern border of Georgia, there are detailed descriptions of every bay, river, sound, estuary, flat, and how to fish each. Tides, seasonal movements of fish, boating tactics, innovative techniques for taking fish near the surface, access points, accurate maps and map sources, guides, fly shops, accommodations, and much more are covered here for the first time ever in detail. Saltwater angling is the fastest growing segment of the market, and this guide will lead the way.

Saltwater and Freshwater Creatures Explained

Author: Laura Sullivan

Publisher: Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 1502621851

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 3854

People will see different creatures in an ocean than they will in a lake. The difference is the amount of salt in the water each creature needs to survive. This book outlines the difference between such creatures, provides a quiz to test a student’s knowledge, and details the creatures that can live in both environments.