Further Reading

Bertness MD and Hacker SD (1994) Physical stress and positive associations among marsh plants. American Naturalist 144: 363-372. Broecker WS (1987) The biggest chill. Natural History 96: 74-82.

Kurlansky M (2003) Salt: A World History. New York: Penguin.

Maetz J (1974) Aspects of adaptation to hypo-osmotic and hyperosmotic environments. In: Malins DC and Sargent JR (eds.) Biochemical and Biophysical Perspectives in Marine Biology, pp. 1-167. London: Academic Press.

Open University (1995) Seawater: Its Composition, Properties and Behaviour, 2nd edn. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Open University (2001) Ocean Circulation, 2nd edn. Oxford: Pergamon Press.

Osmond CB, Austin MP, Berry JA, et al. (1987) Stress physiology and the distribution of plants: The survival of plants in any ecosystem depends on their physiological reactions to various stresses of the environment. BioScience 37: 38-48.

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