Nick Romanowski is a zoologist, writer and photographer who has been fascinated by all forms of aquatic life from a young age. In the course of researching interactions between plants and animals, he established Australia's first indigenous wetland nursery, giving him the freedom to research, experiment with and write about a broad range of animals from across most of this continent. He has written numerous articles on indigenous fishes and aquatic invertebrates, as well as many books including three recent practical guides from CSIRO PUBLISHING: Planting Wetlands and Dams, Wetland Habitats and Wetland Weeds.
"The book would serve as a useful teaching tool for researchers and faculty. Summing Up: Recommended."-- (04/01/2011)