Deep water

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Ellipsis, 1999 - Nature - 126 pages
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Packed with full-colour pictures from the world's leading marine photographers, Deep Water is an exploration and celebration of the beauty of marine life. From the simplest organisms to the magnificence of whales, the diversity, inter-dependency and fragility of life in the sea is revealed and explained. The increasingly destructive effects of man's exploitation of the oceans are also shown, but this book shows that positive action can be taken in many ways and at levels ranging from the individual to the governmental.

Deep Water has been produced in association with the Living Earth Foundation and with the support of the United Nations Environmental Programme and Global Ocean.

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Caldecott is a biologist who worked for 20 years on nature conservation in tropical lands and seas.

Salmon is a campaigning conservationist and director of the environmental charity Global Ocean.

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