In 1940 Steinbeck sailed in a sardine boat with his great friend the marine biologist, Ed Ricketts, to collect marine invertebrates from the beaches of the Gulf of California. The expedition was described by the two men in Sea of Cortez, published in 1941.
Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea meets Born to Run and the cutting edge of popular science.
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There's so much we don't know about what lies deep beneath the ocean's surface - and the time to find out is growing increasingly precious . . . From one of the world's leading experts in marine biology and oceanology comes THE DEEP
Zirker is that rare animal who can both communicate the most demanding technical detail and make it accessible."-New Scientist
An Update of Willard Bascom's Beloved Guide to the Stirring Science of Sand, Surf and Waves
Sonar performance modelling (SPM) is concerned with the prediction of quantitative measures of sonar performance, such as probability of detection. He has... Læs mere