Air and Water: The Biology and Physics of Life's Media
- Sep 21, 1995
- 8.5 x 11 in.
- 223 line illus. 23 tables
Addressing general readers and biologists, Mark Denny shows how the physics of fluids (in this case, air and water) influences the often fantastic ways in which life forms adapt themselves to their terrestrial or aquatic “media.”
Awards and Recognition
- Winner of the 1993 Award for Best New Book, Professional and Scholarly Division of the American Association of Univeristy Publishers