In this magnificent book, the day-to-day life of the world's coral reefs is played out before our eyes in stunning color. Coral Seas is a glowing testimony to the skill and patience of underwater photographer, Roger Steene. Each of the 340 full-color photographs demonstrates Steene's ability to capture the beauty of the world's coral seas, from incredible close-up shots of tiny animals and plants, to dramatic wide-angle photographs that capture the essence of the underwater world. Twenty-five of the organisms featured in the book are new to science, and their photographs are published here for the first time.
Steene's work not only demonstrates his photographic skill, it illustrates his dedication to the world's coral reef environments. He likens these ecosystems to tropical rainforests but with more species of readily visible wildlife, and urges governments to take steps to preserve coral reefs without unnecessarily restricting public access to them. His love of the reefs becomes obvious through his images.
The result of five years of intensive work in oceans around the world, Coral Seas will appeal to anyone with an interest in the environment, marine science, or simply beautiful photography.
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A hundred of the world's finest photographers have captured on film the diversity and passion of the Italian people, from the Adriatic to the Mediterranean. This tenth book in the award-winning "Day in the Life" series is soon to be featured on "CBS This Morning" and "ABC World News Tonight". 200 photographs.
This guide contains images and information on over 200 species of marine animals. It will open up new vistas in the field of sub tidal marine-life identification and help in raising the level of common knowledge about Australia's intriguing marine animals.
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Glossy color photos are prevalent in this book featuring the beauty and biology of California's submarine forests.