The living ocean: understanding and protecting marine biodiversity

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Island Press, 1991 - Nature - 180 pages
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Boyce Thorne-Miller is marine science and policy coordinator at SeaWeb, based in Washington, D.C.

SeaWeb is a nonprofit organization with the purpose of raising awareness about the marine environment and the life that abounds there in order to inspire a new and vigorous commitment to protecting oceans worldwide. Believing that the best tool is knowledge, SeaWeb strives to make credible scientific information about the ocean environment accessible to the public.

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Living Ocean: Understanding and Protecting Marine Biodiversity

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Human activities now threaten myriad species of plant and animal life not only on land but in the world's oceans. Stating that the "deep-ocean floor, originally thought to be biologically poor ... Read full review


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Thorne-Miller is marine science and policy coordinator at SeaWeb, an ocean-focused media outreach project based in Washington, DC.

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