The fourth in a series that details the beauty and history of San Diego Bay by the talented students of High Tech High. The text of this latest book delves into the delicate balance between humans and nature in an urbanized ecosystem, demonstrating the importance of environmental awareness and action, and the role that individuals can play to the benefit of their city and planet. The chapters examine San Diego Bay s current state, outline the reasons behind its decline and offer solutions for its recovery. A wealth of photographs, plus interviews with local experts on indigenous species and environmental concerns, add to make this a compelling and insightful work.
San Diego Bay
A Call For Conservation
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