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Free pdf books on hydrology. Some book titles: The Earth’s Hydrological Cycle; Earth’s Weather, Water and Atmosphere; Watersheds, Bays and Bounded Seas.

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Free pdf books on oceanography. Some book titles: Oceans of the World: Atlantic Ocean; Introducing Oceanography; Microbial Processes and Carbon Cycling in the Ocean.

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Online Ocean Studies

American Meteorological Society
American Meteorological Society 2005

Online Ocean Studies is an introductory undergrad course offered partially on the internet. It provides students with a comprehensive study of the principles of oceanography while providing investigations and applications focusing on web-delivered real-world current data.

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The Eternal Darkness: A Personal History of Deep-Sea Exploration

Ballard, Robert D. and Hively, Will
Princeton University 2000

One of the great scientific and archaeological feats of our time has been finally to cast light on the “eternal darkness” of the deep sea. This is the story of that achievement, told by the man who has done more than any other to make it possible: Robert Ballard. Readers will come away with a richer understanding of history, earth science, biology, and marine technology–and a new appreciation for the remarkable men and women who have explored some of the most remote and fascinating places on the planet. -Publisher.

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Ecosystem: Oceans

Day, Trevor
Facts on File 2008

The Ecosystems series is the only source that offers a complete understanding of global ecology. Illustrated with beautiful full-colour photographs, each volume combines the “hard sciences,” such as biology and chemistry, with history, economics, and environmental studies. Each ecosystem is presented in its entirety with details on its history, biology, wildlife, beauty, problems, and influence on culture. This interdisciplinary approach emphasizes the complex, interrelated nature of each biome – giving readers the most integrated portrayal of the natural world available.

The World is Blue: How Our Fate and the Ocean’s Are One

Earle, Sylvia A.
National Geographic 2010

A Silent Spring for our era, this eloquent, urgent, fascinating book reveals how just 50 years of swift and dangerous oceanic change threatens the very existence of life on Earth. Legendary marine scientist Sylvia Earle portrays a planet teetering on the brink of irreversible environmental crisis. The ultimate goal, Earle argues passionately and persuasively, is to find responsible, renewable strategies that safeguard the natural systems that sustain us.

National Geographic Atlas of the Ocean: The Deep Frontier

Earle, Sylvia A.
National Geographic 2001

Internationally renowned deep-sea pioneer and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Sylvia A. Earle, in consultation with experts from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is our peerless guide. This one-of-a-kind atlas immerses us in the infinite wonders of the world offshore through more than 150 cutting-edge maps, photographs, and satellite images. Earle’s compelling text reveals the beauty and complexity of the ocean structure—past, present, and future—and explores its flora, fauna, and diverse phenomena, from giant squid and kelp to the smallest microbial bodies.

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Careers in Focus. Oceanography

Ferguson 2011

Career guidance for young people, covering a wide variety of occupations within the broad field of oceanography.

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Encyclopedia of Marine Science

Nichols, C. Reid
Facts on File 2009

Explores the principal areas and issues of this core science discipline in more than 600 entries, 20 essays, and 200 photographs and line illustrations. This encyclopedia brings together information on marine science from its component and affiliate sciences, along with information on technology, commerce, business, society, and history.

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Chasing Science at Sea: Racing Hurricanes, Stalking Sharks, and Living Undersea with Ocean Experts

Prager, Ellen J.
University of Chicago 2008

Immerses readers in the world of those who regularly go to sea—aquanauts living underwater, marine biologists seeking unseen life in the deep ocean, and the tall-ship captains at the helm, among others—and tells the fascinating tale of what life—and science—is like at the mercy of Mother Nature. Filled with firsthand accounts of the challenges and triumphs of dealing with the extreme forces of nature and the unpredictable world of the ocean, Chasing Science at Sea is a unique glimpse below the water line at what it is like and why it is important to study, explore, and spend time in one of our planet’s most fascinating and foreign environments.

Ocean of Life: How Our Seas are Changing

Roberts, Callum
Allen Lane 2012

In this revelatory book, Callum Roberts uses his lifetime’s experience working with the oceans to show why they are the most mysterious places on earth, their depths still largely unexplored. In The Ocean of Life we get a panoramic tour beneath the seas- Why do currents circulate the way do? Where exactly do they go? How has the chemistry of the oceans changed? How polluted are we making them? Above all, Roberts reveals the richness of life in the deep, and how it has altered over the centuries.

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Introducing Oceanography

Thomas, David
Dunedin 2012

Introducing Oceanography has been written by two leading oceanographers. The initial chapters describe the oceans and the forces at work within them. The authors then discuss the effects of light, the chemistry of the seas and the food web before surveying biological oceanography in the main oceanic regions.

The Gulf Stream: Tiny Plankton, Giant Bluefin, and the Amazing Story of the Powerful River in the Atlantic

Ulanski, Stan L.
University of North Carolina 2008

Coursing through the Atlantic Ocean is a powerful current with a force 300 times that of the mighty Amazon. Ulanski explores the fascinating science and history of this sea highway known as the Gulf Stream, a watery wilderness that stretches from the Caribbean to the North Atlantic. Spanning both distance and time, Ulanski’s investigation reveals how the Gulf Stream affects and is affected by every living thing that encounters it–from tiny planktonic organisms to giant bluefin tuna, from ancient mariners to big-game anglers. He examines the scientific discovery of ocean circulation, the role of ocean currents in the settlement of the New World, and the biological life teeming in the stream.

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