Title Thumbnail

Mapping the Oceans

Discovering the World Beneath Our Seas

Carolyn Fry

192 pages
Arcturus Publishing Limited

Produced in collaboration with the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London. This world-leading institution has produced incredible research and houses the largest archives for maritime history in the world, comprising of more than 1.5 million items.

A concise history of oceanography and man's fascination with the sea.

Fully illustrated with numerous images from the collections of the National Maritime Museum and other archives around the world.

Author Bio
Carolyn Fry is an award-winning writer and journalist and a former editor of the Royal Geographical Society's magazine, Geographical. Specialising in science, natural history and conservation, she has contributed to various publications, including BBC Wildlife, BBC History, and The Times. She is the author of a number of books, which include A Passion for Plants, The World of Kew (which accompanied the BBC TV series) and the award-winning The Plant Hunters.