ISBN – 978-0-9849214-0-9 • Hard Cover • Page Count – 320 • Size 10.1 x 6
The pages of Eyes in the Sea are filed with “first eyes” experiences and collaborations that revolutionized oceanography, diving, and ocean conservation. Robert “Bob” Wicklund recounts his career as a pioneer of diving science, which spans more than five decades. His natural talent for storytelling brings words to life as the reader is immersed in the ocean with its inhabitants, Wicklund, and his colleagues.
Endorsed by the most notable names in oceanography and highlighted with fifty photographs. Eyes in the Sea is not just for divers: It is a must-read for everyone. Whether interested in international relations, conservation and preservation, or heart-stopping moments, Wicklund’s real-life encounters reach readers of all types for a simple reason—beyond science and politics, Eyes in the Sea is the story of a young man finding his passion in life and following his heart.
In the foreword, Sylvia A. Earle, PhD, Explorer-in-Residence at the National Geographic Society, said, “Bob Wicklund shares and Insider’s view of historic events..from underwater encounters with Cuban President Fidel Castro to meetings with fish in icy makes them at once entrancing and enduring—they are all true…some terrifying, some wise, some breakout-laughing hilarious, others painful sagas of loss, both of treasured friends and of treasured places in the sea.