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2009, Oceanography 22(4):253–255, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2009.119

BOOK REVIEW | Oceanology: The True Account of the
Voyage of the Nautilus

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Book Information

Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus
By "Zoticus de Lesseps," Templar Company Ltd., Candlewick Press, 2009, 34 pages,
ISBN: 978-0-7636-4290-7, Hardcover, $19.95 US

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Reviewer

Clarice M. Yentsch is Research Scientist and Adjunct Professor, Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center, Dania Beach, FL, USA. Charles S. Yentsch is an independent contractor with Plankton Research and Instruments, Key West, FL, USA. Charlie and Clarice founded Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences in 1974 in West Boothbay Harbor, ME.

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First Paragraph

Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus is whimsical and fun, yet treats oceanography with the respect and evidence-driven conclusions of The Oceans by Sverdrup, Johnson, and Fleming (1942). This "ologyworld" book (see http://www.ologyworld.com for additional "ology" books) mentions on the back cover that it is suitable "for ages 6 and up." We saw this statement and purchased the book at the History of Diving Museum as a gift for a child's sixth birthday. We were so taken by the book that we returned to the museum the following day to get a copy for ourselves. It is now on our bookshelf next to Jules Verne's classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and Matthew Maury's Physical Geography of the Sea (1855) and Manual of Geography (1870).

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Full Review

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Citation

Yentsch, C.M., and C.S. Yentsch. 2009. Review of Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus, by Z. de Lesseps. Oceanography 22(4):253–255, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2009.119.

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