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.
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.
The breathtaking scenery of this world famous marine park is brought to life in this book by stunning work of the well-known underwater explorer and photographer Neville Coleman. AUSTRALIA'S GREAT BARRIER REEF contains over ninety of his most beautiful full-color pictures. To complement these Neville, who has had a lifelong interest in all kinds of marine life, has written an informative text describing each photograph in detail."