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this is a classic of classics; . a foundation for becoming aware of the
status of our planet including the condition of our oceans. Read more
Pages 269-300 inserted between pages 332 and 365 of my copy.
Lovely prose. Much to think about when making choices.
My daughter asked for this item on her wish list. She is a marine biologist and explores the ocean on her scientific cruises.Published 8 months ago by Joan R. Orcutt
Song for a Blue Ocean is written in beautiful prose. It contains many fun anecdotes, along with alarming facts and observations about the oceans of the 90s. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Scott T. Barnes
I absolutely love this book. Safina does a great job affecting the reader emotionally, making one feel connected to the ocean on a whole new level. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Nereyda Montano
I read this book in 2000 as I was traveling around the Pacific Northwest, so its documentation of losses of salmon runs to hatcheries and the Bonneville Power Administration was... Read morePublished 14 months ago by eco-liberal
It took me a long while to finish this book, Song For The Blue Ocean, once I got started. Overall, it is well -written, and author Carl Safina is a distinguished scientist. Read morePublished 23 months ago by R S Cobblestone
Bought this book because the author will speak at the Nobel Conference, St Peter, MN, October, 2012. This book is really good. I enjoyed it very much. 5 stars.Published on September 11, 2012 by megan kaduce
Safina joins scientists, politicians, fishermen, tour guides and conservationists from all over the world to learn about the threats to three ocean creatures: salmon, tuna and... Read morePublished on November 30, 2011 by Az