- Author:Mary Jo Rhodes
- Publisher:Childrens Pr (September 1, 2005)
- Subcategory:Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Overall a very good book about kelp forests. And one we will use again. It's a definite must read for those kids interested in sea life.
Overall a very good book about kelp forests. Living close to the ocean made this especially fun as we were able to go look at everything we studied first hand.
Life in a Kelp Forest book. Photographs are by award-winning photographer David Hall. His pictures have appeared in various magazines including National Geographic, Audubon, Smithsonian, and Time.
You don't have to be a deep-sea diver to experience the trill of a marine adventure. Undersea Encounters brings the wonders of the ocean's most fascinating creatures and habitats direct to readers with spectacular close-up photographs by an award-winning photographer, intriguing factoid "bites", and a kid-pleasing design that is sure to make a splash with young explorers.
More than any other series, Undersea Encounters paints a complete picture of marine life. It is a natural fit for third- to fifth-grade curriculums and could be used in the classroom.
Photographs are by award-winning photographer David Hall. More than any other series, Undersea Encounters paints a complete picture of marine life. A Table of Contents, glossary, index, and Further Resources section are included in every book. Grades K-4 Science StandardsLife Science: Content Standard C- An organism's patterns of behavior are related to the nature of that organism's environment.
Author: Mary Jo Rhodes. Series - Undersea Encounters. Publisher: Children's Press(CT) (March 1, 2006). Sea Dragon Animal Books Science Books Reading Levels March 1st Seahorses Under The Sea Rhodes. Bookshelves Kids Sea Turtles Free Kindle Books Ocean Life World Series Amazing Photos Marine Life Whales Teaching Kids.
Kelp forests are underwater areas with a high density of kelp, which covers about 25% of the world's coastlines. They are recognized as one of the most productive and dynamic ecosystems on Earth. Smaller areas of anchored kelp are called kelp beds.
Authors: Mary Jo Rhodes, David Hall. More than any other series, Undersea Encounters paints a more complete picture of marine life, including books on habitats and animal behaviors in addition to specific animal books. It is a natural fit for 3-5th grade curriculums and could be used in the classroom. Undersea Encounters (Hardcover). Children's Press(CT).
In kelp forests, the most commonly found invertebrates are bristle worms, scud, prawn, snails . One of the most important mammals in a kelp forest is the sea otter, who takes refuge from sharks and storms in these forests.
These animals feed on the holdfasts that keep kelp anchored to the bottom of the ocean and algae that are abundant in kelp forests. Sea urchins will often completely remove kelp plants by eating through their holdfasts. The sea otter eats the red sea urchin that can destroy a kelp forest if left to multiply freely.