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Bibliography and Resources

Investigation 1

DeMaster DP, Trites AW, Clapham P, Mizroch S, Wade P, Small RJ, Hoef JV (2006)
    The sequential megafaunal collapse hypothesis: Testing with existing data. Prog Oceanogr 68:329-342

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Marine Invertebrate Identification Guides

Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies. 1999. Who's Who in the Intertidal Zone? An Atlas for Peterson Bay Field Station.

Kozloff, Eugene. 2003. Seashore Life of the Northern Pacific Coast. University of Washington Press.

Ricketts, E.F., J. Calvin, and J.W. Hedgpeth. 1985. Between Pacific Tides. Revised by D.W. Phillips. Fifth Edition. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California. 652 pp.

Curricula and Teaching Guides

Krasny, Marianne E. 2003. Invasion Ecology: Teacher's Guide. National Science Teachers Association.

Snively, Gloria. Beach Explorations: A Curriculum for Grades 5-10. 1998. Oregon and Washington Sea Grant Programs.

Videos

Alaska Sea Grant and CACS. 2004. Life on the Beach: Among Friends and Anemones. Intertidal ecology and beach etiquette. 20 min.

PBS. The Shape of Life . Eight-part series, each focused on a different marine invertebrate phylum and body plan. Available as two-DVD set.

Web Sites

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