The Great Bear Sea: exploring the marine life of a Pacific paradise

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Following up the success of their first two books about the Great Bear Rainforest, The Salmon Bearsand The Sea Wolves, Ian McAllister and Nicholas Read take readers on an expedition into the wondrous and mysterious underwater world of the Great Bear Sea. This amazing part of the northeast Pacific Ocean is home to some of the planet's mightiest and most beloved residents: whales, sea lions, dolphins, orcas, sea otters and wild salmon. Filled with spectacular images of this largely unknown part of the world, the book also explores the uncertain future of the Great Bear Sea in this age of climate change, overfishing, pipelines and oil tankers. Can a rainforest full of rare spirit bears, fishing wolves and great grizzlies survive without a Great Bear Sea to feed and nourish it?
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Grouping Title great bear sea exploring the marine life of a pacific paradise
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subject_facet Great Bear Rainforest (B.C.), Marine biology. -- British Columbia -- Great Bear Sea
title_display The Great Bear Sea : exploring the marine life of a Pacific paradise
title_full The Great Bear Sea : exploring the marine life of a Pacific paradise / Ian McAllister & Nicholas Read ; photographs by Ian McAllister
title_short The Great Bear Sea :
title_sub exploring the marine life of a Pacific paradise
topic_facet Marine biology