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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Neptune’s Laboratory: Fantasy, Fear, and Science at SeaNeptune’s Laboratory: Fantasy, Fear, and Science at SeaAdler, AntonyHARDCOVER11/19/2019$41.00
Cover: The Lost Art of Finding Our WayThe Lost Art of Finding Our WayHuth, John EdwardPAPERBACK11/16/2015$23.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 16: Marine Ecosystem-Based ManagementThe Sea, Volume 16: Marine Ecosystem-Based ManagementFogarty, Michael J.
McCarthy, James J.
HARDCOVER02/25/2014$189.50
Cover: Deep-Sea Biodiversity: Pattern and ScaleDeep-Sea Biodiversity: Pattern and ScaleRex, Michael A.
Etter, Ron J.
HARDCOVER02/15/2010$74.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 15: TsunamisThe Sea, Volume 15: TsunamisBernard, Eddie N.
Robinson, Allan R.
HARDCOVER01/31/2009$159.00
Cover: Fathoming the Ocean: The Discovery and Exploration of the Deep SeaFathoming the Ocean: The Discovery and Exploration of the Deep SeaRozwadowski, Helen M.PAPERBACK03/31/2008$30.50
Cover: The Sea, Volume 14A: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesThe Sea, Volume 14A: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesRobinson, Allan R.
Brink, Kenneth H.
HARDCOVER09/30/2006$176.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 14B: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesThe Sea, Volume 14B: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesRobinson, Allan R.
Brink, Kenneth H.
HARDCOVER09/30/2006$176.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 13: The Global Coastal Ocean: Multiscale Interdisciplinary ProcessesThe Sea, Volume 13: The Global Coastal Ocean: Multiscale Interdisciplinary ProcessesRobinson, Allan R.
Brink, Kenneth H.
HARDCOVER09/15/2005$260.50
Cover: The Sea, Volume 12: Biological-Physical Interactions in the SeaThe Sea, Volume 12: Biological-Physical Interactions in the SeaRobinson, Allan R.
McCarthy, James J.
Rothschild, Brian J.
HARDCOVER01/01/2002$175.50
Cover: The Sea, Volume 4A: New Concepts of Sea Floor Evolution: Part 1, General ObservationsThe Sea, Volume 4A: New Concepts of Sea Floor Evolution: Part 1, General ObservationsMaxwell, Arthur E.
Bullard, Edward
Worzel, J. Lamar
HARDCOVER01/01/1971$175.50
Cover: The Sea, Volume 4B: New Concepts of Sea Floor Evolution: Part 2, Regional Observations ConceptsThe Sea, Volume 4B: New Concepts of Sea Floor Evolution: Part 2, Regional Observations ConceptsMaxwell, Arthur E.
Bullard, Edward
Worzel, J. Lamar
HARDCOVER01/01/1971$274.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 3: The Earth Beneath the Sea; HistoryThe Sea, Volume 3: The Earth Beneath the Sea; HistoryHill, M. N.HARDCOVER01/02/1963$266.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 2: The Composition of Sea-Water; Comparative and Descriptive OceanographyThe Sea, Volume 2: The Composition of Sea-Water; Comparative and Descriptive OceanographyHill, M. N.HARDCOVER01/01/1963$142.00
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