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Ocean's End: Travels Through Endangered Seas

By: Colin Woodward

300 pages, no illustrations

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Paperback | Jan 2001 | #136792 | ISBN: 0465015719
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Hardback | Dec 2000 | #106065 | ISBN: 0465015700
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About this book

Provides a comprehensive view of how and why the oceans are in trouble. Covering all aspects of this complex subject - not just the collapse of the fisheries but also the deaths of coral reefs, the effects of sea level rise and the creation (through pollution) of massive dead zones, including the entire Black Sea and much of the Gulf of Mexico.


Dead SeasOcean BluesRun on the BanksMuddied WatersFall of the Magic KingdomParadise LostMessage from the IceSea Change

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Colin Woodard is a journalist specialising in global affairs. He is a regular contributor to Christian Science Monitor, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, The San Francisco Chronicle and The Chronicle of Higher Education.

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