By Barbara A. Somervill
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Thompson, Lisa. Sea Life Scientist: Have You Got What It Takes to Be a Marine Biologist? Minneapolis: Compass Point Books, 2008. Unwin, Mike. Secrets of the Deep: Marine Biologists. Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2008. , 29 dead zones, 25–26 diving equipment, 5–6, 7–8, 20, 29 plants, 5, 11, 23, 25 pollution, 11 preservation, 5, 26 remotely operated vehicles, 8–9 salinometers, 21 scuba diving, 7, 17, 20, 29 Sea of Cortez, 4–5 ships, 6, 7, 13, 14, 21, 26, 29 submersible vehicles, 8, 21, 29 sustainable fisheries, 23–24 Turner, Ruth, 29 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 11, 29 aboUT The aUThor Barbara Somervill has written many books about oceans, seas, and the creatures that live in those habitats.
He is an active member of the Ocean Conservancy. This environmental group is dedicated to preserving marine life, endangered marine species, and coral reefs. Michael Moore (1956–) is a Senior Research Specialist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He specializes in baleen whales. He has devoted himself to ensuring the survival of right whales in the Atlantic Ocean. ” She was a world-renowned marine biologist and Harvard professor. She became the first woman to dive in the Alvin, a deep-sea submersible vehicle.
21St Century SkillS liBrary Cool SCienCe CareerS Marine biologisT Jobs in marine biology are changing to meet the needs of a growing human population. The future of marine biology promises to be an exciting one. If you love science and oceans, then marine biology could be the career for you. soMe faMoUs Marine biologisTs Rachel Carson (1907–1964) studied marine biology and earned her master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University. Carson is best known for her book Silent Spring. An earlier work, The Sea Around Us, is still one of the most successful books ever written about the ocean.