Sylvia A. Earle

Sylvia A. Earle Website: Sylvia A. Earle
Current Residence: Oakland, CA
Setting: The Ocean
Genre: Non-Fiction, Oceanography, Marine Biology

Marine biologist Sylvia Earle— known as "Her Deepness" or "The Sturgeon General"—has been an Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society since 1998. Named Time magazine's first "hero for the planet," Earle has pioneered research on marine ecosystems. Earle has written more than 125 scientific and popular publications. Earle has a bachelor's degree from Florida State University, a Ph.D. from Duke University, and 12 honorary doctorate degrees. Earle lives in Oakland, California

World is Blue by Sylvia A. EarleWild Ocean by Sylvia A. Earle and Wolcott HenryThe Oceans by Ellen J. Prager and Sylvia A. EarleSea Critters by Sylvia A. Earle and Wolcott HenryDive My Adventures in the Deep Frontier by Sylvia A. EarleHello Fish by Sylvia A. Earle

Book List


The World is Blue: How Our Fate and the Ocean's Are One (2009)
Defying Ocean's End: An Agenda for Action (2004) with Linda K. Glover
Atlas of the Ocean (2001)
The Oceans (2000) with Ellen J. Prager
Wild Ocean: America's Parks Under the Sea (1999) with Wolcott Henry
Dive!: My Adventures in the Deep Frontier (1999)
Sea Change: A Message of the Oceans (1995)
Exploring the Deep Frontier: the Adventure of Man in the Sea (1980) with Al Giddings

Juvenile Non-Fiction

Coral Reefs (2003) with Bonnie Matthews
Sea Critters (2000)
Hello Fish!: Visiting the Coral Reef (1999) with Wolcott Henry

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