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Oceans: Exploring the Hidden Depths of the Underwater World The Oceans Are The Single Most Important Feature Of Our Planet They Shape Our Climate, Our Culture, Our Future Yet We Know About The Surface Of Mars Than We Do About Earth S Watery DepthsWhat Lies Below The Frozen Arctic Ice Sheets Or In The Intriguing Black Holes Under The Caribbean Sea Drawing On The Most Exciting Stories From The Fields Of Sub Aquatic Archaeology, Geology, Marine Biology And Anthropology, Professional Diver And Explorer Paul Rose Reveals An Astonishing Hidden World Of Lost Cities, Forgotten Shipwrecks, Underwater Caves And Submerged Volcanoes He Also Looks At Life In The Ocean Habitat, From Great White Sharks To The Myriad Exotic, But Rarely Seen, Creatures That Thrive In The Extreme Conditions Miles Beneath The Surface This Book, Like The Landmark Television Series It Accompanies, Examines The Possible Consequences Of Upsetting This Delicate Balance And Its Impact On Global Warming Beautifully Illustrated With Than Colour Photographs, Oceans Exploring The Hidden Depths Of The Underwater World Unravels The Mysteries Of The Deep And Provides Illuminating Insights Into This Vast Undersea DomainThe Oceans And Seas Explored Include The Mediterranean, The Sea Of Cortez, The Indian Ocean, The Red Sea, The Southern Ocean And The Arctic Ocean



9 thoughts on “Oceans: Exploring the Hidden Depths of the Underwater World

  1. says:

    Some nice pictures but jam packed full of lies Forget science s explanation of God s creations Science has no idea how God s creations work Ignore the evolution, family, relatives, species nonsense See Walt Brown and Roger Gallop Since I discovered the evidence that the earth is in fact flat Water cannot support itself and according to f


  2. says:

    This book which accompanied the BBC series of the same name should have been entitled Some Oceans as it deale with only 4 oceans Atlantic,Indian,Arctic and Southern and 2 seas Red and Cortez there is no mention of the Pacific ocean, the largest one.The text is first class and the majority of illustrations excellent even though the best are o


  3. says:

    Some nice photos but text is aimed at readers with no knowledge whatsoever like most TV documentaries these days and therefore irritatingly superficial to the rest of us.


  4. says:

    amazing bookgreat delivery


  5. says:

    Love this book Great photography and informative.Arrived in good time.


  6. says:

    Earlier review is completely unfair to this series Although lacking the resources of the Blue Planet , for anyone actually interested in marine life, ecology and diving this far outweighs the pretty pictures and lack of a thread message that s always apparent in Attenborough s programmes.


  7. says:

    This book was for my 10 year old granddaughter s birthday she s obsessed with oceans.She absolutely loved it the photographs were amazing.


  8. says:

    Great picture and well explained


  9. says:

    This book is a companion to the BBC series of the same title It has not been shown on U.S television not sure why The premise of this 21st century expedition reminded me of the premise of the 1996 Ivan Tors motion picture, Around the World, Under the Sea Adventurers, including a famous Cousteau, plus a very sexy female marine biologist comprise the crew The book is cho


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About the Author: Paul Rose

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Oceans: Exploring the Hidden Depths of the Underwater World book, this is one of the most wanted Paul Rose author readers around the world.