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Callum Roberts is the author of The Unnatural History of the Sea, a Washington Post Book of the Year and winner of the Rachel Carson Environment Book Award. Professor of marine conservation at the University of York. He has appeared in several documentaries, including "America Before Columbus" and "The End of the Line," and is a board member of Seaweb, a U.S.-based environmental group. He lives in England.
Table of Contents
|Four and a Half Billion Years||p. 11|
|Food from the Sea||p. 27|
|Fewer Fish in the Sea||p. 42|
|Winds and Currents||p. 58|
|Life on the Move||p. 80|
|Rising Tides||p. 90|
|Corrosive Seas||p. 105|
|Dead Zones and the World's Great Rivers||p. 119|
|Unwholesome Waters||p. 132|
|The Age of Plastic||p. 149|
|The Not So Silent World||p. 165|
|Aliens, Invaders, and the Homogenization of Life||p. 181|
|Pestilence and Plague||p. 198|
|Mare Incognitum||p. 213|
|Ecosystems at Your Service||p. 229|
|Farming the Sea||p. 243|
|The Great Cleanup||p. 263|
|Can We Cool Our Warming World?||p. 273|
|A New Deal for the Oceans||p. 287|
|Life Renewed||p. 307|
|Saving the Giants of the Sea||p. 319|
|Preparing for the Worst||p. 334|
|Epilogue: The Sea Ahead||p. 347|
|Seafood with a Clear Conscience||p. 351|
|Conservation Charities Working to Protect Ocean Life||p. 355|
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