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Deep Atlantic: Life, Death, and Exploration in the Abyss
by Richard Ellis
Ever wonder what?s under there--in really deep water, that is? This book takes you five miles under the Atlantic to explore little seen wonders. As the author says, "This is the first study of the formation of the ocean floor, the forces that shape it, the exploration of the depths, and the myriad and fascinating life forms that inhabit this virtually unknown realm." Soft cover/400 pages.

Coastal Fish Identification: California to Alaska
by Paul Humann with Howard Hall and Neil McDaniel
Organized so even novices can find what they?re looking for but with enough information to satisfy many an expert. The color photos of each fish described make I.D. easy. Soft cover.

The Fishes of the Galapagos Islands
by Robert J. Lavenberg, Jack Stein Grove, Jean-Michel Cousteau
For divers and scientists. Text and illustrations describe fish found in the Galapagos and those that have the potential to occur there. Hard cover/151 color photos/364 black and white photos and illustrations/936 pages.

Probably More Than You Want to Know About the Fishes of the Pacific Coast
by Robin Milton Love
Written by a marine biologist with a Woody Allen type persona, the book combines hard science with Love?s often-humorous observations. Soft cover.

What Is Natural? Coral Reef Crisis
by Jan Sapp
An engrossing account of coral reef ecology, focusing on the accelerating destruction of reefs by the crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci). Hard cover/320 pages. January 1999.

Guam & Micronesia: Fish & Critter I.D.
by Casey Mahaney
Soft cover/96 pages.

The Sea Around Us
by Rachel Carson
Carson talks about the sea in all its many forms, from the dawn of the oceans, the birth of islands, the origins of waves and the movement of tides. Beautifully written, the book is compelling and unforgettable. Soft cover.

Under the Sea Wind
by Rachel Carson
Rachel Carson follows the lives of various sea creatures and gives us a wide and comprehensive view of life in the sea, by those who live it. We understand better the life cycles of eels, sea birds, mackerels, and many others. The sea truly comes alive in a different way! Soft cover.

The Edge of the Sea
by Rachel Carson
An eminently readable book by the world-renowned environmentalist. This time she explores coastal life in all its myriad dimensions. She presents us this world as a world, with beautiful detail and an awareness of the interaction of many different presences (not all necessarily biological) in nature. Soft cover/304 pages.

Hawaii's Fishes: A Guide for Snorkelers, Divers, and Aquarists
by John P. Hoover
Soft cover/183 pages.

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