- Its Effects on Climate and Living Resources
'Addressed to the layperson in particular or anyone who has an interest in wanting to begin to understand the vastness of the ocean environment. It begins with a brief history of oceanography, with chapters on the driving forces of the ocean current, climate and oceanic variations. The chapters on ecosystem dynamics include primary production, marine meadows, coastal upwelling and the spring blooms. The example of the North Atlantic. The most interesting section is the one on climate variation and fish, which covers herring, tuna, fishmeal and other species. An excellent book for libraries.'