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Among 1769 and 1823, lower than the management of dad Junípero Serra, the Spanish proven a sequence of missions alongside the California coast. versions of architectural attractiveness, they stretched from San Diego to north of San Francisco. Artist David Rickman's effectively rendered and well-researched drawings (including a number of double-page spreads) depict all 21 of those admirable constructions, between them San Buenaventura, San José de Guadalupe, Santa Cruz, San Diego de Alcalà, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Clara de Asís, Santa Bàrbara Virgen y Màrtir, Santa Inés Virgen y Màrtir, San Francisco Solano, San Juan Bautista, and San Luis Rey de Francia.
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Wagner, Kathi. The Everything Kids’ Shark Book: Dive into Fun-Infested Waters! Avon, MA: Adams Media, 2005. web sites Ask Nature—What Is Biomimicry? org/article/view/what_is_biomimicry Find out more about biomimicry, with examples, further links, and interesting video content. net Check out the latest news on the science of biomimicry, with links to other sites as well as information for those interested in choosing a career in the field. I N NO VATI O N S F RO M n atu r e 32 automobiles, 23 Edison, Thomas, 12 Benyus, Janine, 26–28 biomimicry, 11, 15, 20, 26–28 boats, 20–21 Fairhurst, Fiona, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 19, 25–26 “green” technologies, 28 Cappaert, Jane, 11 CAS (Court of Arbitration for Sport), 15–16 CFD (computational fluid dynamics), 11, 12 da Vinci, Leonardo, 26 designers, 8 hydrodynamics, 11 Kellerman, Annette, 5 medical equipment, 23–24 microorganisms, 24 Olympic Games, 13, 14–16, 19 Popular Science magazine, 16, 19 sharks denticles, 11, 12 drag, 12 foreign organisms and, 23, 24 scales, 11, 12, 21 skin, 11–12, 19, 20–21, 23–24 species, 23 swimsuits bikinis, 7 competitions, 5, 8, 13, 14–16, 19 coverage, 5, 6 drag, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13 “Fastskin” suits, 12–13, 14–16, 19 Kellermans, 5–6 materials, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14 resistance, 8 types, 5–7 vortices, 12 About the Author Wil Mara is the award-winning author of more than 120 books, many of which are educational titles for young readers.
Has been honored with countless awards and featured in numerous newspaper and magazine articles. When she’s not teaching or writing, she serves as a naturalist guide, works to protect public lands, and gives lectures at a variety of conferences and seminars. Fr om S h ar k s t o . . Sw i m su i t s Th e B e s t a n d t h e B r i g h t e s t 29 What else do you think sharks can teach us? I n no vatio n s F ROM n atu r e 30 biomimicry (bye-oh-MI-mi-kree) the practice of copying nature in order to build or improve something denticles (DEN-ti-kuhlz) tiny structures found on shark skin that are made of material similar to teeth drag (DRAG) the force caused by water resistance on a moving object endangered (en-DAYN-jerd) low in numbers with the threat of becoming lower extinction (ek-STINGT-shun) no longer living or in use horizontal (hor-uh-ZON-tuhl) flat and parallel to the ground hydrodynamics (hye-dro-dye-NAM-iks) the study of liquids in motion and the forces acting on solid bodies in fluids organisms (OR-guh-niz-uhmz) living plants or animals resistance (ri-ZISS-tuhnss) a force that opposes the motion of an object textiles (TEK-stilez) fabrics or cloths that have been woven or knitted vortices (VOR-tih-seez) swirling masses of water or air Fr om S h ar k s t o .
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