This November, a new National Geographic book titled “National Geographic Ocean: A Global Odyssey,” written by Dr. Sylvia Earle, will be released.
In this vividly illustrated overview of the life force that defines and maintains our planet, written by world-renowned oceanographer Sylvia Earle, learn about the world’s ocean—from tides and currents to the creatures that live there to the impact it has on our lives, whether we realize it or not.
Inside these stunning and lively pages, you’ll find everything you need to know about the ocean. The strength and significance of our planet’s aquatic essence are revealed in National Geographic Ocean: the ocean’s fundamental relevance in influencing Earth’s temperature and chemistry, as well as its crucial function in maintaining a diverse range of life-forms, including our own human race.
Sylvia Earle, a world-renowned oceanographer and National Geographic Explorer in Residence, leads readers through the evolution, beauty, and impact of our ocean, as well as the challenges it faces, such as climate change, plastic, and overfishing, and the many ways we can help protect it, with her lyrical style and inspiring wisdom.
This comprehensive reference covers everything from plate tectonics to seawater composition, as well as a fantastic illustrated guide to marine life, including sponges, kelp, and zooplankton, as well as whales, sharks, and sea turtles. Dr. Earle’s authoritative text is enhanced with more than 100 maps and graphics, including seabed and political maps of all Earth’s seas and oceans.
This comprehensive reference includes a superb illustrated introduction to marine life, including sponges, kelp, and zooplankton, as well as whales, sharks, and sea turtles, and covers everything from plate tectonics to seawater composition. More than 100 maps and visuals, including seabed and political maps of all of the world’s seas and oceans, complement Dr. Earle’s authoritative narrative.