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Seasick: Ocean Change and the Extinction of Life on Earth Hardcover – October 15, 2009
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including being sure that her book was succinct (but not too much so), well-designed,
extremely well written, and extensively researched via input from a variety of oceanographers and other
And did I mention how INTERESTING this book is? My gosh, I thought I knew a lot about the
ocean, but the number of individual facts and statistics that Mitchell presents, are just plain
This book is enormously important, and so inviting to read (despite the negative implications of
much that the author presents). I just cannot recommend it highly enough, but I hope you get the
This is a short, clear book that should be read by everyone concerned with the environment. If we keep damaging our mother, surely the damage we do will harm us in turn.
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One of the my favorite environmental books. I often reference this book for great facts about ocean survival. You can tell the author really pushed to learn about the subject.Published on November 13, 2013 by o. byrd
this is a must read book for everyone. Well written, factual, frankly quite alarming, but hopeful.
I would recommend this to high schools and university study.
Seasick is an eloquent description of the various threats to the world's oceans, and a thoroughly enjoyable read. Read morePublished on December 2, 2010 by Shiner
This book is well written in layperson terms so that you can easily follow the science behind the environmental changes and problems that are happening in our oceans. Read morePublished on June 7, 2010 by Mountain Girls