The Oceans: The Geological Bookends”/>
Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society
Volume 05 Issue 03

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Volume 05, No. 3
Pages 160 - 162

REVIEW AND COMMENT • The Oceans: The Geological Bookends

Dean A. McManus
First Paragraph

The Oceans opens with a discussion of bottom topography and closes with a discussion of sediments. These chapters are not so much introduction and summary, however, as sturdy bookends to hold the Physics, Chemistry, and General Biology, of the book’s subtitle. In fact, the last chapter seems to have been an afterthought, inasmuch as it was penned into the original typed list of chapters (SIO Archives Collection 81-123, v. 1, p. 8).

Citation

McManus, D.A. 1992. The Oceans: The geological bookends. Oceanography 5(3):160–162, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.09.