50 Ways to Save the Ocean
by David Helvarg
Addresses how we can both continue to enjoy and appreciate the ocean, yet also partake in actions that protect and conserve this vital resource.

Blue Frontier - Dispatches from America's Ocean Wilderness
by David Helvarg
A fascinating account of America’s oceans and ocean politics, Blue Frontier explores the impact of history, commerce and policy on marine life—and by extension all life on earth.

Cod: A Biography of the Fish That Changed the World
by Mark Kurlansky
A delightful romp through history, a fish story embellished with a delicious legacy of recipes, and the tragic tale of environmental failure, of depleted fishing stocks where once the cod's numbers were legendary.

Eye of the Albatross: Visions of Hope and Survival
by Carl Safina
With one of the planet's most alluring birds as his guide, Carl Safina captures the embattled ocean world. Eye of the Albatross is a transforming ride to the ends of the earth and an urgent appeal to preserve the wild oceans while there is still time.

Heal the Ocean: Solutions for Saving Our Seas
by Rod Fujita
Illustrates the problems besetting the ocean, both current and emerging. Drawing on the author’s own experiences, the book is strongly solutions-oriented.

Hooked: Pirates, Poaching and the Perfect Fish
by G. Bruce Knecht
Chronicles the poaching of the Patagonian toothfish (known to gourmands as Chilean Sea Bass) and is built around the pursuit of an illegal fishing vessel by an Australian patrol boat in one of the longest chases in maritime history.

Ocean Friendly Cuisine: Sustainable Seafood Recipes from the World's Finest Chefs
James O. Fraioli
Noted marine expert and author James O. Fraioli introduces 50 delectable and ethical "best choice" seafoods using 100 gloriously designed and photographed recipes from the world's finest chefs, including Jacques Pepin and Emeril Lagasse.

Seafood Lover's Almanac
by Mercedes Lee
Not all seafoods are equal: Some carry less environmental impact than others because of differences in their abundance, how they're caught, and how well fisheries are managed. Seafood Lover's Almanac helps readers become more familiar with seafood, so that they’re better able to choose from healthy, thriving sources.

Song for the Blue Ocean: Encounters Along the World's Coasts and Beneath the Seas
by Carl Safina
Scientist and fisherman Carl Safina takes readers on a global journey of discovery, probing for truth about the world's changing seas, deftly weaving adventure, science and political analysis.


Striper Wars: An American Fish Story
by Dick Russell
Author and fisherman Dick Russell 's inspiring account of the Atlantic coast conservation campaign that resulted in one of the most remarkable wildlife comebacks in the history of fisheries.

The Anatomy of the Sea: Over 600 Creatures
of the Deep
by Dr. David Ponsonby & Professor Georges Dussart
Over 600 specimens of exotic sea life are presented in pages of intricate engravings, woodcuts, and drawings from the Victorian era, the golden age of natural history.

The Edge of the Sea
by Rachel Carson
Rachel Carson transforms the seemingly simple animal and plant life in the sea into complex and stunningly beautiful creatures deserving of our compassion, understanding and finally, protection.

The Empty Ocean: Plundering the World's Marine Life
by Richard Ellis
Rich in history, anecdote and surprising fact, The Empty Ocean provides a compelling view of the damage we have caused to life in the sea and what we can do about it.

The Last Great Sea: A Voyage Through the Human and Natural History of the North Pacific Ocean
by Terry Glavin
By the author of numerous books of natural history, this is a voyage through the human and natural history of the North Pacific Ocean.

The Sea Around Us
by Rachel Carson
With the oceans endangered by the dumping of medical waste and ecological disasters, this classic work provides a reminder of both the fragility and the importance of the ocean and the life that abounds within it.

Wild Ocean: America's Park under the Sea
by Sylvia A. Earle, Wolcott Henry and Tim Cahill
Discover the best kept secrets of our natural heritage, the 12 national sanctuaries created to safeguard pristine marine environments, protect precious oceanic species and historic sites, and provide a dramatic, unforgettably magical realm beneath the waves.

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