At this time, we are pleased to announce the publication of A TIDE SWEPT COAST: COASTAL GEOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF GEORGIA, by Miles O. Hayes and Jacqueline Michel, two prominent coastal geologists. They share their discovery and fascination of the Georgia Coast through engaging prose, richly illustrated original diagrams, photographs, and satellite imagery that paints a complete picture of a complex topic smoothly distilled from scientific literature and personal observations.
The fourth in our series of books on the coastal geology and ecology for coastal states in the USA, the coast of Southern Alaska, is in preparation with plans for its release in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Pandion Books also has available for sale copies of BLACK TIDES, author Miles O. Hayes' engrossing stories of responding to most of the recent, headline-grabbing oil spills, notably the EXXON VALDEZ, the AMOCO CADIZ spill in France, and the IXTOC I blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, as well as the Gulf War oil spill in Saudi Arabia, the largest oil spill in history.
Coasts of the World - A Photographic Tour
SC Coast-PowerPoint Figures w/captions
A Tide-Swept Coast: Coastal Geology and Ecology of Georgia
A Coast to Explore: Coastal Geology and Ecology of Central California
A Coast for All Seasons: A Naturalist's Guide to the Coast of South Carolina