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  • Marine Pollutionby Judith S. Weis

    Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 10.99

    An overview of the issues surrounding marine pollution, including topics like how it originates, marine debris, oil, and climate change. more...

  • The Lost Whaleby Michael Parfit; Suzanne Chisholm

    St. Martin's Press 2013; US$ 18.19

    The heartbreaking and true story of a lonely orca named Luna who befriended humans in Nootka Sound, off the coast of Vancouver Island by Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm. One summer in Nootka Sound on the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, a young killer whale called Luna got separated from his pod. Like humans, orcas are highly... more...

  • Shark Handbookby Gregory Skomal

    Cider Mill Press 2014; US$ 12.35

    Greg Skomal is one of the world’s leading shark experts: many thousands of viewers know him as the “Shark Guy” on Discovery Channel and he’s affiliated with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. So if you’re dreaming of swimming with sharks, there’s no one better to take you—and that’s exactly what he does in this comprehensive, stunning field guide.... more...

  • The Dolphin in the Mirrorby Diana Reiss

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2011; US$ 13.95

    The Dolphin in the Mirror is a memoir by the world's leading dolphin and whale expert, revealing both the extraordinary richness of their intelligence, and the often fatal consequences of their interactions with humans. It is both a journey inside the minds of these amazing creatures and a plea that we treat them with the respect they are due. more...

  • The Compleat Clammer, Revisedby Christopher R. Reaske

    Burford Books 1999; US$ 13.99

    Here is a revised and updated edition of a much hailed little handbook on how to gather and prepare clams, oysters, mussels and scallops, for seaside foragers and food lovers on all coasts. more...

  • Biological Sampling in the Deep Seaby Malcolm R. Clark; Mireille Consalvey; Ashley A. Rowden

    Wiley 2016; US$ 199.95 US$ 179.95

    The deep sea covers over 60% of the surface of the earth, yet less than 1% has been scientifically investigated. There is growing pressure on deep-sea resources and on researchers to deliver information on biodiversity and the effects of human impacts on deep-sea ecosystems. Although scientific knowledge has increased rapidly in recent decades, there... more...

  • Sealby Victoria Dickenson

    Reaktion Books 2015; US$ 19.95

    Playful and inquisitive, seals have long been interested in humans—and humans have reciprocated that interest, falling for their beauty, grace, and charm as they frolic alongside our boats or loll on sandy shores. In this newest entry in the Animal series, Victoria Dickenson traces the history of our interaction with these beautiful, fascinating swimmers,... more...

  • The Zoo on the Road to Nablusby Amelia Thomas

    PublicAffairs 2008; US$ 34.00

    The last Palestinian zoo stands on a dusty, dead-end street in the once prosperous farming town of Qalqilya, on the very edge of the West Bank. The zoo's bars are rusting; peacocks wander quiet avenues shaded by broad plane trees; a teenage baboon broods in solitary confinement; walls bear the pockmarks of gunfire. And yet the zoo is an extraordinary... more...

  • Marine Genetic Resources, R&D and the Law 1by Bleuenn Guilloux

    Wiley 2018; US$ 145.00 US$ 130.50

    Advances in research and development reveal the immense diversity and potential of marine genetic resources. Under international law, no specific regime applies to these complex and paradoxical objects of use. The Law of the Sea Convention sets a framework that is partly inadequate for this new category of resources. The Biodiversity Convention and... more...

  • Voices in the Oceanby Susan Casey

    Oneworld Publications 2015; US$ 11.99

    Through dolphins, we can see the best and worst of mankind. On average, seventy four dolphins wash up on the Gulf of Mexico’s north shore every year. In the first half of 2012, there were eight hundred and ninety-one of them, with stillborn baby dolphins washing up at ten times the average yearly rate. The cause? BP’s disastrous oil spill in 2010.... more...