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Written to assist dedicated divers, boaters, fishers, scientists, educators, resource managers, and conservationists around the world with the task of education and motivation, the book focuses on ways to educate and motivate people about marine ecology, and the need for everyone to become actively involved in today’s environmental issues. Includes photos and illustrations; scientific fact intermingled with basic suggestions for helping all marine users protect the marine environment.
Marine Conservation for the 21st Century

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Ocean Conservation
Jake McDonald’s life has hit rock bottom. He’s lost his job, and his wife and two children have lost their faith in him. It seems that everything that could go wrong has happened, and he now has nowhere to turn. In a final effort to salvage his financial problems, Jake turned from banking to lobster fishing off Santa Barbara Island. While scuba diving, he discovers an underwater cave that extends deep beneath the island’s shoreline. As he swims into the cave looking for fish and lobster, he finds an alien artifact. This discovery drastically transforms his life and changes the history of planet Earth in a way no one could have ever imagined. Discovery is the first book in the Ship series that draws suppositions from the future science of NASA, and asks the question “Are we really alone?” Jake McDonald uses the discovered artifact to help answer that question, while attempting to unify and protect his family. His ability to think outside the box enables him to explore the worlds beyond the bounds of Earth’s atmosphere.
Discovery (Ship Series Book 1)

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Jack Drafahl (co-author)
Diving Fiction
Three college buddies band together to create a company that does deep sea treasure diving and recovery of historical artifacts. Using advanced technical diving suits, they make their first dive to a thousand feet off the Oregon coast in quest of a missing WWII Japanese submarine. Instead, they uncover a decades-old secret that sends a shockwave through government security. Fearing it will become front-page news, the government is forced to step in and help with their salvage efforts.In Newport, Oregon, retired Air Force Colonel Oscar Madison Gains spends his time enjoying gardening and meteorite hunting with Marty, his AF friend. Little does he know that the military secret he tried to forget, has now surfaced only a few miles from his home. Oscar is thrown back into the cloak and dagger world and forced to utilize his high-level government connections. O.M.G. follows these two storylines as they come crashing together in a climax that unearths a million-year-old secret.
O. M. G. (Acroname Series Book 4)

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Jack Drafahl (co-author)
Diving Fiction
University professors, James and Stacy Sanders, find themselves caught up in the social networking world to such an extent that it affords them minimal time for themselves or their two children. A catastrophic disaster throws these two together on an uninhabited extinct Pacific volcano, with little hope of being rescued. They quickly discover that teamwork and close communication are a priority, if they plan to survive. They must rely upon their scuba diving skills, and their extensive knowledge in World War II history, to keep one step ahead of the of the forces of Mother Nature, and a relentless cold-blooded killer.
S.O.S. (Acroname Series Book 3)

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Jack Drafahl (co-author)
Diving Fiction
Fifty-five-year-old police detective Frank Ridge has hit a slump in his career. A recent homicide case is botched, and Frank is blamed for not keeping up with crime scene technology. In an effort to rectify the situation, he enlists the help of Dennis Andrews, a young CSI military scientist who is fascinated with all the latest technologies. Dennis has created a new device that quickly analyzes DNA samples at the molecular level, without damaging or even touching the samples. Together, the two crime fighters start working as a team solving virtually impossible cold cases. Everything seems to be going well at first, but then the two are under fire from government officials who would like to see the DNA device disappear, along with the dynamic duo. To complicate matters further, the killer in the botched homicide has decided that Frank is to blame for all his legal problems, and is hell-bent to make him pay. Frank and Dennis become moving targets as they continue their quest to solve cold cases.
D.N.A. (Acroname Series Book 2)

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Jack Drafahl (co-author)
Fiction
Curt Allen Towers (C.A.T.) owns a successful manufacturing company, specializing in miniaturized robotic devices. His life is turned upside down when he is accused of the rape and murder of a business associate. Curt struggles to prove his innocence, but finds there is a fine line between friend and foe. He must now rely on his gut feelings to judge a person and read them with his heart. A fugitive from prison, he desperately runs for cover, evading one attempt after another on his life. Curt lives up to his nickname of CAT, but wonders if nine lives are enough? If you loved the TV action adventures of “The Fugitive” and “MacGyver,” then you will enjoy C. A. T.
C.A.T. (Acroname Series Book 1)

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Jack Drafahl (co-author)
Fiction
Ezzy Skylar, her brother Luke, and their father embark on a trip to number two on her deceased mother’s wonder list—Greenland’s Kangia Icefjord. While worrying that she didn’t inherit her mother’s gene for adventure, Ezzy and her family become embroiled in a dangerous plot. A flight across an obstacle course of icebergs, some hungry humpback whales, and a wild kayak ride atop a river inside a glacier will test Ezzy’s bravery and lead to an astonishing discovery.
Escape Greenland

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Middle School Ocean Fiction
Children’s Books
A sweeping tour of some of the most awesome forces on our planet—many tragic, yet nonetheless awe-inspiring—Dangerous Earth is an illuminating journey through the undiscovered, unresolved, and in some cases unimagined mysteries that continue to frustrate and fascinate the world’s leading scientists: the “wish-we-knews” that ignite both our curiosity and global change.
Dangerous Earth: What We Wish We Knew about Volcanoes, Hurricanes, Climate Change, Earthquakes, and More

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Ocean Conservation
1st book in the new middle grade fiction series, Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardians. Tristan Hunt discovers that he and the other young teens at the ocean-themed summer camp have very special and rare talents when it comes to the ocean. After the camp receives a distress call from ocean animals, Tristan and his new friends get pulled into a daring rescue in the Bahamas. With the help of sharks, dolphins, a quick-escape artist octopus, and some seabird bombers, the campers must use their young talents in an attempt to outwit an evil shark-finning, reef-blasting billionaire.
The Shark Whisperer

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Middle School Ocean Fiction
Children’s Books
3rd book in the new middle grade fiction series, Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardians. Being a teenager is never easy. Especially when you can talk to sharks. When Tristan Hunt and his friends are called upon to investigate the disappearance of stingrays and the ocean life in the waters off Grand Cayman, the stakes are higher than they've ever been before.
Stingray City

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Middle School Ocean Fiction
Children’s Books
A family vacation aboard a rented sailboat turns into a horrible nightmare when young Kelly Wickmer is swept off the boat in a raging storm in the Bermuda Triangle. Alone in the wild sea, the timid young girl must struggle for survival and fight her fears of the ocean and its creatures, especially sharks. As darkness surrounds her, a nearby wave explodes in shimmering light and a dolphin appears.The dolphin brings Kelly to a mysterious tropical island, unlike anything she has ever seen or heard about. Adventure on Dolphin Island combines the best of fiction and non-fiction, with an exciting story of fantasy and adventure blended with fascinating true details about the sea and marine life. A percentage of the profits from sales will go toward marine education.
Adventure on Dolphin Island

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Middle School Ocean Fiction
Children’s Books
Ocean Conservation
2nd book in the new middle grade fiction series, Tristan Hunt and the Sea Guardians. After thwarting the dastardly plans of J.P. Rickerton, Tristan Hunt is having trouble keeping his newfound talents a secret. And if undercover spies and a mysterious illness threatening to expose the secrets of camp weren't enough, reports of dying fish and disappearing sponge in the Caribbean call Tristan and his friends back into action.
The Shark Rider

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Middle School Ocean Fiction
Children’s Books
Chasing Science at Sea immerses readers in the world of those who regularly go to sea—aquanauts living underwater, marine biologists seeking unseen life in the deep ocean, and the tall-ship captains at the helm, among others—and tells the fascinating tale of what life—and science—is like at the mercy of Mother Nature. With passion and wit, well-known marine scientist Ellen Prager shares her stories as well as those of her colleagues, revealing that in the field ingenuity and a good sense of humor are as essential as water, sunblock, and GPS. Serendipity is invaluable, and while collecting data is the goal, sometimes just getting back to shore means success. But despite the physical hardship and emotional duress that come with the work, optimism and adventure prompt a particularly hardy species of scientist to return again and again to the sea. Filled with firsthand accounts of the challenges and triumphs of dealing with the extreme forces of nature and the unpredictable world of the ocean, Chasing Science at Sea is a unique glimpse below the water line at what it is like and why it is important to study, explore, and spend time in one of our planet’s most fascinating and foreign environments.
Chasing Science at Sea: Racing Hurricanes, Stalking Sharks, and Living Undersea with Ocean Experts

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Underwater Exploration
Underwater Research and Science
What is sand? How is it formed? Where does sand come from? How does it get to the beach? Why is it different colors? Let the sandpiper sleuth show you the answers to these questions in this lively, collage-style look at a familiar substance that's never been so fascinating: sand. Parents' Choice Approved Winner "A striking success?an outstanding choice?a fascinating, lively presentation." -School Library Journal National Geographic
Jump into Science: Sand

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Children’s Books
With Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime, marine scientist Ellen Prager takes us deep into the sea to introduce an astonishing cast of fascinating and bizarre creatures that make the salty depths their home. From the tiny but voracious arrow worms whose rapacious ways may lead to death by overeating, to the lobsters that battle rivals or seduce mates with their urine, to the sea’s masters of disguise, the octopuses, Prager not only brings to life the ocean’s strange creatures, but also reveals the ways they interact as predators, prey, or potential mates. And while these animals make for some jaw-dropping stories—witness the sea cucumber, which ejects its own intestines to confuse predators, or the hagfish that ties itself into a knot to keep from suffocating in its own slime—there’s far more to Prager’s account than her ever-entertaining anecdotes: again and again, she illustrates the crucial connections between life in the ocean and humankind, in everything from our food supply to our economy, and in drug discovery, biomedical research, and popular culture.
Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime: The Ocean's Oddest Creatures and Why they Matter

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Underwater Education
Ocean Conservation
When viewed from a quiet beach, the ocean, with its rolling waves and vast expanse, can seem calm, even serene. But hidden beneath the sea’s waves are a staggering abundance and variety of active creatures, engaged in the never-ending struggles of life—to reproduce, to eat, and to avoid being eaten. With Hagfish Slime and Lobster Rolls, marine scientist Ellen Prager takes us deep into the sea to introduce an astonishing cast of fascinating and bizarre creatures that make the salty depths their home, with the help of stunning color photos.
Hagfish Slime and Lobster Rolls

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Underwater Education
Ocean Conservation
Jump in and travel the world to learn all about volcanoes--what they are, how they work, and why they're so explosively fascinating. Adorable illustrations and kid-friendly text make complex science fun and easy for kids to understand. Every Jump Into Science book ends with a hands-on experiment to fully engage readers and additional material to stimulate learning.
Jump into Science: Volcano!

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Nancy Woodman (Illustrator)
Children’s Books
What causes earthquakes? Where do they happen most? What should you do if you feel the earth shake? Just follow the friendly crow-in-the-know for all the answers!
Jump into Science: Earthquakes

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Susan Greenstein (illustrator)
Children’s Books
Guide to diving and snorkeling in Southern California
Diving and Snorkeling Guide to Southern California

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Dale Sheckler (co-author)
Diving
Underwater Exploration
Snails and sea slugs use Sea Slime. But, did you know that coral and clownfish need slime too? Marine scientist Ellen Prager takes us deep into the sea to introduce us to fascinating and bizarre animals that use slime to capture their food, protect themselves from harm, or even move from place to place in their underwater environment.
Sea Slime It's Eeuwy, Gooey and Under the Sea

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Shennen Bersani (Illustrator)
Children’s Books
Underwater Education
Scuba diving at many Southern California beaches can be a rewarding experience. Within swimming distance of shore, scuba divers can experience some of the best dives imaginable. This book is a must for any diver who is looking to find and experience Southern California beach diving.
A Diver's Guide to Southern California's Best Beach Dives

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Dale Sheckler (co-author)
Diving
Underwater Exploration
Shipwrecks, lighthouses, great storm stories! This book has it all. Explore the history and legends of Lake Erie's lighthouses and take a fascinating look at the shipwrecks of Lake Erie's greatest storms.
Erie Wrecks & Light

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Michael Wachter (co-authored)
Diving - Wreck Diving
Updated in 2007. This second edition of the original Erie Wrecks East provides a complete guide to shipwrecks of eastern Lake Erie. Ten newly discovered wreck sites and many expanded stories enhance this edition, allowing readers to explore 103 eastern Lake Erie shipwrecks. Over 250 photos, drawings and sidescan images make the incredible stories of lost ships and breathtaking survival come to life. There are GPS locations for the diver or fisherman.
Erie Wrecks East, Second Edition

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Michael Wachter (co-authored)
Diving - Wreck Diving
Updated in 2009! Richly illustrated and filled with incredible stories of lost ships and breathtaking survival on Lake Erie, this title allows readers to know the exhilaration of discovering 103 central and western Lake Erie shipwrecks. This complete overview of the majority of the found shipwrecks in western Lake Erie is packed with fascinating stories of lost ships, statistical information, and graphics. The reader visits each wreck through: survivors tales of the loss, essential facts about the ship, the history of the vessel and story of its loss, a picture of the ship before it sank, description of the wreck today, underwater photographs, sidescan sonar images, drawings of the wreck, and the LORAN and GPS coordinates of the wreck.
Erie Wrecks West

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Michael Wachter (co-author)
Diving - Wreck Diving
24 x 36" chart with 305 GPS locations for Lake Erie wrecks
Shipwrecks of Lake Erie (Map)

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Michael Wachter (co-author)
Diving - Wreck Diving
Below the Edge of Darkness takes readers deep into our planet’s oceans as Widder pursues her questions about one of the most important and widely used forms of communication in nature. In the process, she reveals hidden worlds and a dazzling menagerie of behaviors and animals, from microbes to leviathans, many never before seen or, like the legendary giant squid, never before filmed in their deep-sea lairs. Alongside Widder, we experience life-and-death equipment malfunctions and witness breakthroughs in technology and understanding, all set against a growing awareness of the deteriorating health of our largest and least understood ecosystem. A thrilling adventure story as well as a scientific revelation, Below the Edge of Darkness reckons with the complicated and sometimes dangerous realities of exploration. Widder shows us how when we push our boundaries and expand our worlds, discovery and wonder follow. These are the ultimate keys to the ocean’s salvation—and thus to our future on this planet.
Below the Edge of Darkness: A Memoir of Exploring Light and Life in the Deep Sea

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Underwater Exploration
Underwater Research and Science
Underwater Education
Marine science workbook, glow-in-the-dark paint kit.
The Bioluminescence Coloring Book

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Children’s Books
Underwater Education
Written by an award-winning aquanaut and with art by a #1 New York Times bestselling illustrator, this inspiring picture book encourages readers to explore their world, build their self-esteem and imagine what they can do and become when they grow up.
The Aquanaut (hardcover, age 3-7)

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Jaime Kim (illustrator)
Children’s Books
Underwater Education
More people have died exploring underwater caves than climbing Mount Everest, and we know more about deep space than we do about the depths of our oceans. From one of the top cave divers working today—and one of the very few women in her field—Into the Planet blends science, adventure, and memoir to bring readers face-to-face with the terror and beauty of earth’s remaining unknowns and the extremes of human capability.
Into The Planet - My Life as a Cave Diver (hardcover, paperback, audio, and e-book)

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Diving
Diving - Cave Diving
Chester the Manatee and the Very, Very, Terribly Bad Itch follows the life of a gentle manatee that faces struggles from a very annoying itch. He reaches out to a young girl who helps him discover the cause of his problems. The little girl helps Chester by teaching people about keeping water clean. Chester the Manatee supports children who feel different, embrace their special characteristics. The book celebrates unique kids as remarkable people who help teach others about important issues.
Chester the Manatee and the Very, Very, Terribly Bad Itch (softcover book)

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Leslie Pinto (illustrator)
Children’s Books
Ocean Conservation
For that alcoholic or addict who is white knuckling it, rocking in their sear, and sweating through their bed sheets with the anxiety of a new day in recover. Remarkable people share messages about recovery and hope.
Real Sobriety (DVD)

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Robert McClellan (co-author)
Non-diving-related publications authored by WDHOF members
Intriguing story/mystery of the disappearance of Ben while cave diving.
An Investigative Documentary Ben's Vortex (DVD)

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Diving
Diving - Cave Diving
Women Underwater engages women SCUBA divers with clear direction, intelligence, and sage advice about the remarkable adventures awaiting them underwater. With inspiring stories from female role models who have forged successful careers in various diving disciplines, this book provides detailed suggestions, tips and hints regarding equipment choices, medical issues and the unique social factors challenging women in this male-dominated sport.
Women Underwater: The Comprehensive Guide for Women in Scuba Diving (softcover book)

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Renee Power (co-author)
Underwater Sports
Professional underwater filmmaker and explorer Jill Heinerth shares tips and techniques for scuba divers interested in shooting underwater video. Whether experienced or starting with a GoPro, this book offers specific technical information, entertaining anecdotes and guidance for improving your underwater filmmaking skills. A regular video columnist with Diver Magazine, Heinerth expands on some of the lessons that she has shared with readers.
The Scuba Diver's Guide to Underwater Video (softcover book)

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Underwater Photography
Rebreather diving is one of the fastest growing segments of the underwater community. But, until now, easy-to-understand advice and guidance for novices has been hard to find. With this book, professional rebreather instructor Jill Heinerth helps divers navigate the complex, and sometimes intimidating world of rebreather diving. Providing clear, candid and straightforward information based on her decades of exploration and teaching experience, Jill leads readers through the history, basics and technical aspects of this remarkable, silent approach to diving. A valuable tool and a good read for beginners and accomplished SCUBA divers.
The Basics of Rebreather Diving (softcover book)

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Robert McClellan (Editor), Richie Kohler (Introduction)
Underwater Sports
Diving
Cave diving has been called the "most dangerous participatory sport" in the world. It doesn't have to be. With proper training, experience, and guidance, you can be a skilled cave diver, and enjoy this challenging and rewarding activity, for a lifetime. Generously illustrated, "The Essentials of Cave Diving" contains practical, 21st century underwater knowledge, including sidemount techniques and the latest rebreather technology. Encompassing all levels of cave diving, from entry-level to expert, this manual is an essential tool; appropriate and relevant to all cave training disciplines.
The Essentials of Cave Diving (softcover book)

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Diving - Cave Diving
Underwater Sports
Zoo Scientists to the Rescue focuses on how zoo scientists do so much more than take care of animals. They help endangered animals all around the world. Award winning duo author Patricia Newman and photographer Annie Crawley bring readers behind the scenes at three zoos to meet scientists working to save endangered animals
Zoo Scientists to the Rescue

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Patricia Newman (author)
Children’s Books
Side mount diving is the fastest growing sector of technical SCUBA diving. Developed by trail blazing cave divers, the versatile side mount configuration offers new possibilities for open water, cave and wreck diving enthusiasts.
Side Mount Profiles (softcover book)

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Brian Kakuk (co-author)
Underwater Sports
Diving - Cave Diving
Diving - Wreck Diving
Provides the reader with an historical and contemporary overview of the service by women in all branches of the U.S. Military, tracing the causes and effects of evolving policies, issues, structural barriers, and cultural challenges on the record and in the future of the accomplishments by women warriors.
Women in the United States Armed Forces: A Guide to the Issues

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Non-diving-related Publications
Ocean Life From A to Z, Book & DVD from Reader’s Digest Children’s Publishing, lets young readers discover the wonders of underwater life through the pages of a 32-page full-color storybook, and a bilingual (English/Spanish) 47-minute underwater DVD – featuring photographs and exclusive footage captured by boat captain, dive instructor and educator, Annie Crawley.
Ocean Life A to Z Book & DVD

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Cynthia Stierle (author)
Underwater Education
Children’s Books
PLASTIC, AHOY! Investigating the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a new 48 page Junior Library Guild Selection book, lets you discover the journey of three graduate students turned trash detectives as they journey to the North Pacific Gyre on a scientific adventure to discover what lies below the surface of an area of our ocean more commonly known as the great pacific garbage patch. In full-color, you will experience what it is like to be out at sea for 20 days with no land in sight.
Plastic Ahoy! Investigating the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

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Patricia Newman (author)
Ocean Conservation
Children’s Books
A little more than 70 percent of Planet Earth is ocean. So wouldn’t a better name for our global home be Planet Ocean? You may be surprised at just how closely YOU are connected to the ocean. Regardless of where you live, every breath you take and every drop of water you drink links you to the ocean. And because of this connection, the ocean’s health affects all of us. Dive in with author Patricia Newman and photographer Annie Crawley—visit the Coral Triangle near Indonesia, the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest, and the Arctic Ocean at the top of the world. Find out about problems including climate change, ocean acidification, and plastic pollution. Meet inspiring local people who are leading the way to reverse the ways in which humans have harmed the ocean. Planet Ocean shows us how to stop thinking of ourselves as existing separate from the ocean and how to start taking better care of this precious resource.
Planet Ocean: Why We All Need A Healthy Ocean

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Patricia Newman
Ocean Conservation
Children’s Books
"Dorothy Adell Reider Gath Frazier May. Her name is longer and weighs more than she does, standing barely five feet tall and 100 pounds dripping wet. And dripping with water is how Dottie has spent much of her remarkably adventurous and long life. What is amazing about Dottie is not just WHAT she did, but WHEN she did it: Ocean swimming and boating as a child in the 1920s, as well as surfing, skin diving and spearfishing. In the 30s she was a skin-diving instructor. In the 1940s she was a ‘Rosie the Riveter’ during the war years and a commercial fisher to help feed her growing family. In 1950 she was a charter member of the famed Long Beach Neptunes dive club. And in 1955, she became the world’s first certified female scuba instructor. She was also a hard-hat diver and was the first female dive shop owner and wetsuit manufacturer. Dottie tells her extraordinary life story in her own words, bringing to life her early childhood in Long Beach, California, where she was raised as the son her father never had, to being honored in 2019, at the age of 97, with the Historical Diving Society Diving Pioneer Award."
Trailblazer. The Extraordinary Life of Diving Pioneer Dottie Frazier

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Editor Karen Straus (WDHOF 2001) and Designer Bonnie Toth (WDHOF 2007)
Diving History
A terrorist attack disables a US Navy submarine in dangerously deep waters off the coast of Florida. The Navy is compelled to use its least-favorite strategy to complete a rescue of the submarine crew: send divers to extreme depths. Can a team of the Navy's best ultra-deep divers perform this mission? When things go perilously wrong, can a novel approach in diving physiology that has not been fully tested under controlled laboratory conditions save the rescuers? The plot twists back and forth in time between calm and happy days of friends working together in the laboratory and the drama of the rescue mission.
Operation SECOND STARFISH

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Diving Fiction
This text is intended to open up the world of scuba diving to many remote places where diving is beginning to develop. The author has dived every island mentioned but also enlisted the guidance of established dive operators, instructors and dive masters to describe their favourite locations. Forward written by WDHOF AMBASSADOR STAN WATERMAN and Peter Benchley
Diving Guide to the Eastern Caribbean

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Underwater Exploration
Diving
From the earliest days of discovery, the Caribbean has been synonymous with marine adventure. Many vessels and seafarers have met their fate in the Caribbean Sea. In this practical and informative guide, the shipwrecks of each island are explored in turn offering history, trivia, advice, and location details. Forward written by WDHOF AMBASSADOR STAN WATERMAN
 Shipwrecks of the Caribbean

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Diving - Wreck Diving
Cave diving has been called the "most dangerous participatory sport" in the world. It doesn't have to be. With proper training, experience, and guidance, you can be a skilled cave diver, and enjoy this challenging and rewarding activity, for a lifetime. Generously illustrated, "The Essentials of Cave Diving" contains practical, 21st century underwater knowledge, including sidemount techniques and the latest rebreather technology. Encompassing all levels of cave diving, from entry-level to expert, this manual is an essential tool; appropriate and relevant to all cave training disciplines.
The Essentials of Cave Diving

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Underwater Sports
Diving - Cave Diving
Take a once in a lifetime journey across the South Pacific for a spectacular IMAX adventure; they explore and capture on film the dazzling underwater world of coral reefs, magical places here on Earth.
IMAX Coral Reef Adventure

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Underwater Photography
The same team who brought to the surface the highly successful Deep Sea 3D and Into the Deep will go back under the waves to explore the impact of global climate change on the ocean depths. Transporting viewers down into some of the most exotic and isolated undersea locations on earth, Under the Sea 3D also brings them face-to-face with some of the most mysterious and stunning creatures of the sea.
IMAX: Under the Sea

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Underwater Photography
An astonishing IMAX 3D close encounter with some of the most exotic creatures inhabiting the hidden depths.
IMAX Deep Sea and Deep Sea 3D

Other Authors:
Underwater Photography
Explore the ocean's mysteries with seven-time Emmy-winners Michele and Howard Hall, the world's foremost underwater filmmakers (the IMAX feature, Deep Sea). Academy Award-winner Linda Hunts narrates this mesmerizing, breathtakingly photographed series that immerses viewers in a wondrous world, revealing never-before-seen behaviors of sharks, whales, dolphins and more of the ocean's most fascinating and unusual creatures.
Wondrous Secrets of the Ocean Realm

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Underwater Photography
A photographic celebration of the spectacular drama of exotic marine creatures' lives and the otherworldly beauty of the deep-sea ecosystems that shelter them, Secrets of the Ocean Realm is based on a five-part series of public television specials.
Secrets of the Ocean Realm

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Diving
Underwater Photography
Underwater Exploration
Cathy's underwater photo journey extends from the Caribbean to the South Pacific, from the surface to 150 feet deep. Coffee table book of photos.
My Underwater Photo Journey

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Underwater Photography
Taste of Rainbow’s End: A collection of recipes from Palau, Micronesia
Taste of Rainbow’s End: A collection of recipes from Palau, Micronesia

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Non-diving-related Publications
Guide to diving and snorkeling in Palau
Palau Diving and Snorkeling Guide

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Diving Industry
Cinnamon Greene Adventure Mysteries Book 1; Beautiful, spoiled Cat Callahan has always gotten anything and anyone she wanted, leaving a string of broken relationships I her destructive wake. When she suffers an allergic reaction and dies, no one thinks her death is accidental and there are plenty of suspects. Early on, the police focus on two local women.
The Bride Wore Black (Amazon Kindle ebook)

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Diving Industry
Cinnamon Greene Adventure Mysteries Book 2; A famous underwater photographer's abusive arrogance quickly makes him a pariah to everyone on a week-long boat trip in the Bahamas to snorkel with spotted dolphins and scuba dive on fish filled reefs. When Tom Tiburon goes missing far from shore, however, passengers and boat crew launch a frantic search to find him, even as a hurricane bears down on them.
Murder Dives the Bahamas (Amazon Kindle ebook)

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Diving Fiction
Cinnamon Greene Adventure Mysteries Book 3; Cinnamon Greene and her boyfriend Danny Decker are scuba diving at night off a Caribbean island when a dead body plummets through the water and lands on the sand in front of them. The deceased planned to build a golf course that many believed would pollute the ocean. The suspects in his death include the owners of the resort where Danny and Cinnamon are staying.
Murder Dives the Caribbean (Amazon Kindle ebook)

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Diving Fiction