The Sea Around Us by Rachel Carson

This book is a compelling exploration of the world's oceans, delving into their geological and biological processes. The author examines the history of the seas, from their formation millions of years ago to their present state. She discusses the sea's impact on climate and weather, its fascinating ecosystems, and the human exploration and exploitation of the oceans. The book is both a scientific study and a poetic tribute to the power and mystery of the sea.

The 10142nd greatest book of all time


Published
1951
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
250-300
Words
61,000
Original Language
English

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