3 edition of S-Oceans Below found in the catalog.
Written in English
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IT WAITS BELOW is a lusty, piratical, high-seas adventure with science fiction flourishes. An expensive expedition in a deep-sea submersible in the Indian Ocean is designed to search out, and recover, tremendous quantities of gold lost in a 19th century shipwreck/5. Julia Rothman’s best-selling illustrated Anatomy series takes a deep dive into the wonders of the sea with Ocean Anatomy. Follow Rothman’s inquisitive mind and perceptive eye along shorelines, across the open ocean, and below the waves for an artistic exploration of the watery universe. Through her drawings, discover how the world’s oceans formed, why the sea is salty, and the.
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Earth’s oceans are drowning in plastic. Humans created million metric tons of the stuff in , and it is expected that we’ll be making four times as much by — yet only about 5. Readers learn the different boundaries and characteristics of each of Earth's oceans, complemented by full-color photographs both above and below the surface. The main content and fun fact boxes include both the water cycle and geographic information and emphasize other science and social studies curriculum topics, such as conservati.
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Below was surprisingly effective for a first time author. The ultra creepy opening with immigrants asked to wait in the open water for their pickup was both effective and believable. For me, that was one of the best scenes in the book/5().
The book is a thriller and has been compared to " Jaws." I certainly agree. "Below" has that same S-Oceans Below book of suspense and is S-Oceans Below book story about creatures in the ocean that become a threat to humans.
I found the book enjoyable and I was on the edge of my seat during the last pages. Because of this, I give the book 4 stars and recommend it/5. Carson's genius for evoking the power and primacy of the world's bodies of water, combining the cosmic and the intimate, remains almost unmatched: the newly formed Earth cooling beneath an endlessly overcast sky; the centuries of nonstop rain that created the oceans; giant squids battling sperm whales hundreds of fathoms below the surface; the power of the tides moving billion tons of water daily in /5(33).
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The book is an informative blending of geography, history, and national security concerns, animated by his personal experience as a naval officer in each of the world's oceans.
After making the point that all the sea is one, he devotes a chapter to each of the oceans and major seas: Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Mediterranean, South China /5. This informative picture book tells the story of ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, as he grows up in France and becomes fascinated with both the ocean and film.
Eventually his films are viewed on movie screens and theaters and he begins to work as an environmentalist, promoting the health and well-being of the world’s oceans. Many animals live in the world's oceans.
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You’ll be amazed by what lies beneath the surface of the world’s oceans. Learn of the mysteries that lurk in the darkness thousands of feet below and join the adventure as the depths of the oceans are explored in this fascinating full-color book.
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Far Below the Surface of the World’s Oceans, a Tough Place for Foam Cups SEA SHRINKS FOAM Cups and their messages back from the .Why is the Ocean so important? The Ocean is the heart of the planet. Water covers more than two-thirds of the Earth’s surface.
Sea plants, like Posidonia, produce 70% of the oxygen we breathe (1), and the deep waters are home to wildlife and some of the biggest creatures on provides us with food, jobs, life, entertainment, and sailing!
There’s a whole new world to explore below the surface. Deep sea diver and author of “In Oceans Deep” Bill Streever joins us to tell deep sea tales of wonders, mysteries and dangers that.