The crest of the wave: adventures in oceanography

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Anchor Books, Mar 1, 1990 - History - 318 pages
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The author looks back on his career as an oceanographer, describes how the study of the world's oceans has changed since World War II, and depicts the excitement of studying the sea

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Unlike other authors of recent books on the early history of oceanography, Bascom makes no pretenses to scientific detachment. Instead, he has written an opinionated first-person account of his ... Read full review

Contents

COASTAL TECHNOLOGY
30
MILITARY MATTERS
59
THROUGH THE SOUTH SEAS
115
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