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Dive: My Adventures In the Deep Frontier

Dive My Adventures In the Deep Frontier Underwater explorer and ambassador for the ocean Dr Sylvia A Earle named a Hero for the Planet by Time magazine is well known for inspiring young people with her enthusiasm for the sea and its inhab

  • Title: Dive: My Adventures In the Deep Frontier
  • Author: Sylvia A. Earle
  • ISBN: 9780792271444
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Underwater explorer and ambassador for the ocean Dr Sylvia A Earle, named a Hero for the Planet by Time magazine, is well known for inspiring young people with her enthusiasm for the sea and its inhabitants Children will follow along as the author goes ever deeper into the unknown, walking the seafloor in a diving suit named Jim and cruising in her submersible, Deep RovUnderwater explorer and ambassador for the ocean Dr Sylvia A Earle, named a Hero for the Planet by Time magazine, is well known for inspiring young people with her enthusiasm for the sea and its inhabitants Children will follow along as the author goes ever deeper into the unknown, walking the seafloor in a diving suit named Jim and cruising in her submersible, Deep Rover Lavish photography, a timeline, glossary, and index round out this in depth look at the deep frontier.

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    1 thought on “Dive: My Adventures In the Deep Frontier

    1. Aquanaut Sylvia Earle did a wonderful job taking her readers along for with her as she, over the years, explored various locations in the undersea world. I particularly enjoyed how she described the challenges of her field vs. her fellow scientists studying anything on land. “I wondered, what would Jane Goodall know of chimpanzees if she had studied them only by flying over forests in a helicopter, snagging them in a net?” In the final chapter she reiterated the impact of people and their li [...]

    2. We need more books like this that kids and adults can both enjoy. True stories told by scientists in engaging ways with photos and even some humor? Yes, please!

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