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Ocean (2006)

by Robert Dinwiddie

Other authors: Fabien Cousteau (Introduction)

Series: American Museum of Natural History

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This is a wonderful addition to anyone interested in oceanography and marine sciences. In addition to tons of info, the pictures and photography are amazing! ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0756622050, Hardcover)

As the site where life first formed on Earth, a key element of the climate, and a continuing but fragile resource, oceans are of vital importance to our planet. From the geological and physical processes that affect the ocean floor to the key habitat zones, flora, and fauna, this is the definitive reference to the world's oceans for the entire family. Includes an introduction by Fabien Cousteau. Includes the latest developments in ocean exploration and photography. Catalogs the rich diversity of ocean features and marine life. Highlights important people, unique habitats, human impact studies, and extreme facts. Published in association with the American Museum of Natural History.

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From the geological and physical processes that affect the ocean floor to the key habitat zones, this is a reference to the world's oceans for the entire family.

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