Discovering the sea
Stonehenge in association with the American Museum of Natural History, 1961 - Nature - 96 pages
Examines physical aspects of the sea, including its floor, waves, tides, and currents, describes marine life, and explores the sea as a source of food, energy, and minerals.
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Dr Sandra Smith is chairman of the Oceanography course at the The World of the Sea
the eastern Mediterranean and has started working in the Pacific Exploring the Sea Floor
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