This book is both a general review and field guide to the identification of species. Anyone having an interest in sharks, be it casual or scientific, will find this to be a great value.
$ 8.00 - Sold Out
In more than 250 full-color photos taken all over the world, Norbert Wu's Spendors of the Sea offers a rare, upclose look at an undersea kingdom of unique beauty and staggering diversity. The informative text is a combination of Wu's diving adventures and fascinating facts and habits of animals living and interacting in their natural habitat.
$ 5.00 - Sold Out
This book will take you through the basic information and skills needed to start your adventure in scuba diving. Helpful chapters on equipment, maintenance and planning a safe and enjoyable sport.
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A book written to answer some of the questions raised by those interested in the starfish and to help layman identify the various species.
$ 15.00 - Sold Out
"The solar system - volume II" This book is designed to be both a reference book for the specialist and a source of information for the reader.
$ 17.00 - Sold Out
Situated at the tip of the continent, southern Africa has a coastline that has excited marine biologists and oceanographers for generations. Much research has been undertaken and many South African marine scientists have won international acclaim. The aim of this book is to communicate to a wide audience the excitement of marine biology and the stimulation of recent discoveries. Key features of this book include a glossary of terms, a bibliography of key references, appendices on the classification of animals and plants together with current regulations governing their collection, and a comprehensive index.
$ 180.00 - Sold Out
"The purpose of this work is to bring together the marine shells of the west coast of North America from the Arctic Ocean to San Diego, giving the original description, whereabouts of the type and type locality, geographical and geological range."
$ 39.95 - Sold Out
Dee Scarr is an environmentalist and experienced naturalist whose goal is to help you better understand marine creatures - first-hand on TOUCH THE SEA® dives, or through her writings and slide presentations. A PADI scuba and specialty instructor, Scarr has published three books: Touch the Sea, Coral's Reef, and The Gentle Sea, and her articles and photos appear in The New Guide to the Bonaire Marine Park, Dive Training, Skin Diver, and other publications. Touch the Sea participants have fed anemones, tickled fish, met morays, befriended octopuses, been grabbed by crinoids and manicured by cleaner shrimp. The options are limitless. TOUCH THE SEA® dives take place in the world-renowned waters of the Bonaire Marine Park. In "Touch the Sea", Scarr shares her interactions with marine friends, including moray eels Adelle Davis and Popcorn, peacock flounder Oliver Twist, and Cheryl Tiegs Shark. Nonfiction, color photographs.