The book chronicles National Geographic’s Explorer-in-Residence, Sylvia Earle’s experiences as a 1960s pioneer in underwater exploration, with stirring accounts of the inquisitive fish and mammals she met in the deep blue. Anthropomorphizing these animals would be an insult, given all the trouble humans have caused by overfishing, pollution, and acidification of the oceans. With these issues, she deftly takes an animal’s perspective in deconstructing our troubled oceans.
- Production Date 2009-05-13
- Grantee National Geographic Society
- Location F4
- Language English
- Media Format Book
- Program Theme Sustaining foodways & livelihoods
- Communication Issue Areas Indigenous Peoples & Climate Change