|Author:||Mark Carwardine,Steve Parker|
|Subcategory:||Nature & Ecology|
|Publisher:||Natural History Museum, London; Media tie-in edition (March 1, 2010)|
|Category:||Math and Science|
|Other formats:||lrf lit docx rtf|
Other books that Carwardine has written include Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale Watching in North America (Bloomsbury, 2017), Mark .
Other books that Carwardine has written include Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale Watching in North America (Bloomsbury, 2017), Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale Watching in Britain and Europe (Bloomsbury, 2016), the award-winning Shark Watcher's Handbook and Eyewitness Handbooks: Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises, which is the best-selling cetacean field guide ever published (nearly a million.
Whale expert Mark Carwardine has been studying, protecting, photographing, and taking people to see whales and dolphins all over the world for 30 years, and has written many books on the subject. He presented the weekly half-hour program Nature on BBC Radio 4 for many years, co-presented the six-part BBC2 series Last Chance to See (and various spin-offs) with Stephen Fry, and co-presented the six-part BBC2 series Museum of Life. A professional zoologist and best-selling author, he has written a regular column in BBC Wildlife magazine for more than a decade.
Steve is a Senior Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London
He has written more than 250 books and has worked on the staff at London's Natural History Museum. Steve is a Senior Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London. Zoologist Mark Carwardine has written the foreword to the book. He is an award-winning writer, photographer and radio presenter. He recently co-presented the major BBC Two TV series Last Chance to See with Stephen Fry and is one of the co-presenters of Museum of Life.
Mark Carwardine Photography & Tours, Bristol, United Kingdom. Many of the world’s most respected whale biologists have collaborated on the concise text, helping to provide the ultimate guide to the identification, distribution, behaviour, life history and conservation of every species and sub-species of whale, dolphin and porpoise.
See contact information and details about Mark Carwardine Photography .
See contact information and details about Mark Carwardine Photography & Tours. He also co-presented The Museum of Life (BBC2, spring 2010), Last Chance to See: Return of the Rhino (BBC2, October 2010), with Stephen Fry, and Stephen Fry and the Great American Oil Spill (BBC2, November 2010). Mark presented, too, the weekly half-hour radio programme Nature, on BBC Radio 4, for many years. He has written more than 50 books (including several bestsellers) and hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles, and wrote a provocative monthly column in BBC Wildlife magazine since January 2004.
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About Mark Carwardine, zoologist, environmentalist, writer, BBC TV. .Mark has written more than 50 books on a variety of wildlife, travel and conservation subjects.
About Mark Carwardine, zoologist, environmentalist, writer, BBC TV presenter, wildlife photographer and public speaker. Mark Carwardine is a zoologist, an environmental activist, an award-winning writer, a TV and radio presenter, a widely published wildlife photographer, a best-selling author, a wildlife tour operator and leader, a lecturer, and a magazine columnist.
Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale-Watching in North America covers all the main whale-watching locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico; rich with photography throughout, the book will also include sections on how t.
Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale-Watching in North America covers all the main whale-watching locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico; rich with photography throughout, the book will also include sections on how to watch whales (including everything from identification to interpreting behavior), and a field-guide section covering all the whales, dolphins and porpoises that can b.
Unique insight into life at one of the world's favorite museums
How can the growth of insects help to solve crimes? What did the world look like in the time of the dinosaurs? How do shark experts help Olympic athletes swim faster? Based on the major six-part BBC TV series, this book offers a unique insight into the innovative, dramatic, and often surprising work of this world renowned institution. Many aspects of Museum life are investigated as vaults are opened, world-leading scientists observed, and the public spaces explored. The book also reveals how the Museum maintains, studies, and adds to the ever-growing collections, and why they are such a valuable resource. The book follows Museum scientists in the laboratory and out into the field to find out how they are trying to conserve and catalogue the natural world, and help solve global problems in agriculture, medical, and forensic science. Join botanists in the hunt for the original British bluebell in Spain, discover how Museum experts are tackling disease in Uganda, find out how to spring clean a 100-year-old, 80 foot dinosaur model, and get a glimpse of many of the Museum's amazing treasures along the way.