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092    BIO|bCOUSTEAU 
100 1  Cousteau, Jacques,|d1910-1997. 
245 14 The human, the orchid, and the octopus :|bexploring and 
       conserving our natural world /|cJacques Cousteau and Susan
       Schiefelbein. 
250    First U.S. edition. 
264  1 New York :|bBloomsbury,|c2007. 
264  2 |bDistributed to the trade by Holtzbrinck Publishers. 
300    xi, 305 pages ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-305). 
505 0  The drive to explore -- Personal risk -- Public risk -- 
       Irreplaceable water, irreplaceable air -- The Holy 
       Scriptures and the environment -- Saccage -- Catch as 
       catch can -- Science and human values -- The hot peace : 
       nuclear weapons and nuclear energy -- Life in a billion 
       years -- The miracle of life : the human, the orchid, and 
       the octopus . 
520    Explorer, diving pioneer, filmmaker, inventor, and 
       activist, Jacques Cousteau was blessed from childhood with
       boundless curiosity about the natural world. As the leader
       of fascinating, often dangerous expeditions all over the 
       planet, he discovered firsthand the complexity and beauty 
       of life on earth and undersea--and watched the toll taken 
       by human activity. In his last book, written over the last
       ten years of his life and finally available in the United 
       States, Cousteau describes his philosophy about protecting
       our world for future generations. Weaving stories of his 
       adventures throughout, he and collaborator Susan 
       Schiefelbein address the risks we take with human health, 
       the overfishing and sacking of the world's oceans, the 
       hazards of nuclear proliferation, and the environmental 
       responsibility of scientists, politicians, and people of 
       faith. Cousteau's lyrical, passionate call for action is 
       even more relevant today than when this book was completed
       in 1996.--From publisher description. 
600 10 Cousteau, Jacques,|d1910-1997. 
650  0 Oceanographers|zFrance|vBiography. 
650  0 Nature conservation. 
650  0 Nature|xEffect of human beings on. 
655  7 Biographies.|2lcgft 
700 1  Schiefelbein, Susan. 
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 Nichols Adult Biography  BIO COUSTEAU    AVAILABLE