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Edited by Braverman, Irus; Johnson, Elizabeth R.
The contributors to Blue Legalities attend to the seas as a legally and politically conflicted space to analyze the conflicts that emerge where systems of governance interact with complex geophysical, ecological, economic, biological, and technological processes.
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By (artist) Vajay, Sigismond de; By Bellatin, Mario; Johnson, Elizabeth R.; Jourdain, Bruno; Edited by Mussard, Francois
This artist's book, conceived of by the artist, curator and publisher Sigismond de Vajay (born 1972), combines 70 of his drawings with commissioned essays by Mexican novelist Mario Bellat n, French biologist and glaciology researcher Bruno Jourdain and geography and biotechnology... expert Elizabeth R. Johnson.Read more
By Johnson, Elizabeth R.
Crawl across the ocean floor with octopuses. They can change colours and blend in with their surroundings to hide from predators. Learn what they eat and how they live in the big blue ocean.
Killer whales aren't really whales at all! These striking animals are actually dolphins. In this book, you can learn what they eat and how they live in the big blue ocean.
Swim along with beluga whales in the Arctic Ocean! These unique creatures love to talk. Learn what they eat and how they live in the big blue ocean.
Describes the characteristics, food, habitat, and behavior of killer whales --
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