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_c£21.99
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082 0 4 _a508.41835
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100 1 _aNairn, Richard,
_d1952-
_983894
245 1 0 _aDublin Bay :
_bnature and history /
_cRichard Nairn, David Jeffrey, Rob Goodbody.
264 1 _aCork :
_bThe Collins Press,
_c2017.
300 _ax, 309 pages :
_billustrations (black and white, and colour) ;
_c25 cm
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 _a1. Introduction -- 2. The coastal environment -- 3. Marine life -- 4. Shorelines -- 5. Coastlands -- 6. Birds -- 7. Settlers on the shore -- 8. Built landscape -- 9. Historical maps -- 10. Maritime heritage -- 11. Using the Bay -- 12. The future of the Bay.
520 _aOn the fringe of Dublin's hive of human activity, a miraculous coastal ecosystem supports millions of tiny creatures and thousands of migratory birds from as far afield as Arctic Canada and tropical Africa. Nature is intimately linked with the people whose lives unfold around it, and over a million people have direct access to Dublin Bay.
650 0 _aNatural history
_zIreland
_zDublin Bay.
_9127432
651 0 _aDublin Bay (Ireland)
_xHistory.
_9127433
700 1 _aJeffrey, D. W.
_q(David W.)
_9127434
700 1 _aGoodbody, Rob
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