People from around the world are introduced to colorful coral reefs, shipwrecks and unique marine environments in the Florida Keys, which remains a popular vacation spot for the ecologically minded. Eco-Touring The Florida Keys is the guide for quick, reliable identification of the most common plants, marine animals and overall descriptions of the Florida ecosystems and their inner workings.
This exciting new book has become a valuable tool for people to use to identify an unusual marine animal, a plant they saw on the beach, or a seaweed they were curious about. The descriptions are brief and concise, and are accompanied by photographs to aid in identification. It is a useful and very informative guide, packed with helpful information for boaters, vacationers, divers, snorkelers, and Florida natives as well.
So put on your sunscreen, and go Eco-Touring The Florida Keys, but be sure to take along this exciting and informative identification guide.
Matt Landau earned his B.S. from St. John's University in 1972, and his Ph.D. in Oceanography in 1983 from the Florida Institute of Technology. He has worked as a marine biologist in New York, Florida, Hawaii, Connecticut, and is currently the chairman of the Marine Science Department at the Richard State College of New Jersey. He has published over 60 scientific papers as well as two other marine biology books. A certified diver for about 25 years, his greatest pleasure is taking first time visitors to coral reefs and other tropical environments. Matt is married to another marine biologist, Brenda, and they live with their two children, Rose and Isaac.