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Reference Resources for Exploring the World Ocean by Chamberlin and Dickey, 2008

The following references were used in preparation of the text. They are provided here for students and instructors who wish to gain a broader knowledge and explore further the concepts and ideas presented in the textbook. References with an asterisk (*) are in Professor Sean’s collection. Feel free to ask about them. And if you know of a good reference that we have omitted, please let us know! (schamberlin@fullcoll.edu)
 
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*Gore, Al. 1992. Earth in the Balance: Ecology and the Human Spirit. Houghton Mifflin: NY

 

*Marsh, George Perkins. 1864 (1965, 2003). Man and Nature. University of Washington Press: WA

 

*McKibben, Bill. 1989. The End of Nature. Random House: NY

 

Blue Planet. IMAX. 1990. (DVD)

Shot from the Space Shuttle, this film documents the impacts of human activities across the globe.

 

*Lovelock, James. 2000. Gaia: The Practical Science of Planetary Medicine. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

 

*Leslie, Clare Walker, and Charles E. Roth. 2000. Keeping a Nature Journal: Discover a Whole New Way of Seeing the World Around You. Storey Books: MA

If you don’t assign this book outright as your lab manual, you can certainly steal a lot of their tools and advice for helping students (and lab types!) to see nature and make observations. In a world where people spend less and less time outdoors, this book is a welcome inspiration for one of the most important aspects of science: observation.

 

 

*Rogers, John J. W., and Geoffrey Feiss. 1998. People and the Earth: Basic Issues in the Sustainability of Resources and the Environment. Cambridge University Press: UK

 

*Ruddiman, William F. 2005. Plows, Plagues, and Petroleum: How Humans Took Control of Climate. Princeton University Press: NJ

 

*Lovelock, James. 1991. Healing Gaia: Practical Medicine for the Planet. Harmony Books: NY

Reference for: Chapter 8, Figure 8-8b

*Behrman, Daniel. 1969. The New World of the Oceans: Men and Oceanography. Little, Brown, and Company: MD

Reference for: Chapter 12, Vertical Migration

 

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