DK Guide to Oceans Paper

DK Guide to Oceans Paper

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We know more about the suface of the Moon than we do about the bottom of our own planet's oceans. This guide delves into an amazing variety of watery worlds, bringing these environments to life. Planet Earth's surface is dominated by its oceans and yet they are the least explored of all its natural habits. They house the planet's highest mountain peaks, its greatest store of volcanic landscapes and thousands of as yet undiscovered plant and animal species. This book explores how the oceans have evolved and how their waters shape the land upon which we walk. It takes us on a voyage from shorelines to colourful coral reefs and sunlit waters, before diving down into midwater and deepsea kingdoms, full of strange creatures that are rarely glimpsed by the human more

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  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 214 x 315 x 10mm | 675g
  • Dorling Kindersley Ltd
  • Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • colour illustrations, colour photographs, colour diagrams, index
  • 0751344494
  • 9780751344493

Table of contents

One ocean; the big blue; ocean motion; creating coasts; sandy shores; rocky shores; on the edge; coral reefs; reef life; forests and meadows; sunlit waters; midwater mysteries; deep plains; hidden landscapes; emerging islands; island refuge; frozen seas; marine migrations; perfect balance; partners and parasites; survival; the killers; going down; marine archaeology; harvest from the sea; impact on the oceans; remote sensing; fluid world; tides of change; ocean more

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