San Diego Bay: A Story of Exploitation and Restoration, features a beautiful synthesis of artistry and information in describing a complex urban marine environment. The stories revolve around progress in the region related to local geography and the utilization of resources. The book includes rich captivating oral histories and first-hand descriptions of the state of our coastal habitats and wildlife from over 30 interviews, and is complemented with historic and current photos, most of which have never been seen by the public.
San Diego Bay
A Story of Exploitation & Restoration
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