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Between Two Worlds Under the Pole III: Four Years of Deep Diving for Scientific Exploration

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By: Emmanuelle Périé-Bardout(Author), Ghislain Bardout(Author), Franck Gazzola(Photographer), François Gabart(Foreword By), Virginie Valentini-Gabart(Foreword By), Simon Garbutt(Translated by)
256 pages, colour photos
Between Two Worlds
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  • Between Two Worlds ISBN: 9782379222313 Hardback Oct 2021 In stock
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An exciting modern epic of scientific and human achievement: four years spent crisscrossing the oceans to study and document life between the surface and 174 m (571 ft) down, scientific breakthroughs on natural fluorescence and deep-sea corals, and the invention of Capsule, a lightweight, self-sufficient underwater habitat, inspired by Jules Verne, that makes it possible to observe and study the seabed with no time limits.

Between Two Worlds tells the story of this team led by Ghislain and Emmanuelle Périé-Bardout, accompanied by their two children Robin and Tom, with its difficulties and riches and their increasingly strong desire to devote their missions to scientific research, education and awareness-raising, in the service of a better understanding and preservation of the oceans.

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Art / Photobook New
By: Emmanuelle Périé-Bardout(Author), Ghislain Bardout(Author), Franck Gazzola(Photographer), François Gabart(Foreword By), Virginie Valentini-Gabart(Foreword By), Simon Garbutt(Translated by)
256 pages, colour photos
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