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National Geographic Books

Darling, James David. Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises. 1996.

Bendavid-val, Leah. National Geographic: the Photographs. 1994.

Unlocking Secrets of the Unknown with National Geographic. 1993.

Fagan, Brian M. The Adventure of Archaeology. 1985.

Ballard, Robert D. Exploring Our Living Planet. 1983.

Earle, Sylvia A. and Giddings, Al. Exploring the Deep Frontier: The Adventure of Man in the Sea. 1980.

Cook, Jan Leslie. The Mysterious Undersea World. 1980

Undersea Treasures. 1974.

Great Adventures with National Geographic: Exploring Land, Sea, and Sky. 1963.



Curtsinger, Bill. “Realm of the Seamount.” Pages 72-79, November 1996.

Farnquist, Thomas L. “Requiem for the Edmund Fitzgerald.” Pages 36-47, January 1996.

Whitehead, Hal. “The Realm of the Elusive Sperm Whale.” Pages 56-73, November 1995.

Haymon, Rachel M. and Lutz, Richard. “Rebirth of a Deep-sea Vent.” Pages 114-126, November 1994.

Goddio, Franck. San Diego: An Account of Adventure, Deceit, and Intrigue.” Pages 35- 57, July 1994.

“A Volcano ‘Emerges’ on the Ocean Bottom.” Geographica, December 1993.

Clark, Eugenie. “Whale Sharks, Gentle Monsters of the Deep.” Pages 125-139, December 1992.

“Drilling to the Bottom Layer of the Ocean Crust.” Geographica, September 1992.

Sagalevitch, Anatoly. “Allies in the Deep.” Pages 39-47, February 1991.

Doubilet, David. “Suruga Bay: In the Shadow of Mount Fuji.” Pages 2-39, October 1990.

“Creating a List of Underwater Wonders.” Geographica, March 1990.

Gore, Rick. “Between Monterey Tides.” Pages 2-43, February 1990.

Clark, Eugenie. “Down the Cayman Wall.” Pages 712-731, November 1988.

Livingston, Jane. “Odyssey: the Art of Photography at National Geographic.” Pages 322- 351, September 1988.

Zwingle, Erla. “‘Doc’ Edgerton: the Man Who Made Time Stand Still.” Pages 464-483, October 1987.

“New Undersea Sensors Probe Old Sunken Ships.” President’s Page, July 1987.

Ballard, Robert D. “A Long Last Look at Titanic.” Pages 698-727, December 1986.

Clark, Eugenie and Kristof, Emory and Lee, Douglas B. “Sharks at 2,000 Feet.” Pages 681-691, November 1986.

Ballard, Robert D. “NR-1, the Navy’s Inner-Space Shuttle.” Pages 450-459, April 1985.

Ballard, Robert D. and Michel, Jean-Louis. “How We Found Titanic.” Pages 696-719, December 1985.

“Tectonics to Titanic.” President’s Page, December 1985.

Clark, Eugenie. “Japan’s Izu Oceanic Park.” Pages 465-491, April 1984.

Clark, Eugenie. “Hidden Life of an Undersea Desert.” Pages 129-144, July 1983.

MacInnis, Joseph B. “Exploring a 140-year-old Ship Under Arctic Ice.” Pages 104A-104D, July 1983.

Nelson, Daniel A. “Ghost Ships of the War of 1812: Hamilton and Scourge.” Pages 289- 313, March 1983.

Hamner, William M. “Strange World of Palau’s Salt Lakes.” Pages 264-282, February 1982.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “The Ocean.” Pages 780-791, December 1981.

Clark, Eugenie. “Sharks: Magnificent and Misunderstood.” Pages 138-187, August 1981.

Benchley, Peter. “A Strange Ride in the Deep.” Pages 200-203, February 1981.

Kohl, Larry. “British Columbia’s Cold Emerald Sea.” Pages 526-551, April 1980.

Ballard, Robert D. “Incredible World of the Deep-sea Rifts: Return to Oases of the Deep” Pages 689-705, November 1979.

Editor. “Incredible World of the Deep-sea Rifts.”; Pages 680- 688, November 1979.

Clark, Eugenie. “Flashlight Fish of the Red Sea.” Pages 719-728, November 1978.

Ballard, Robert D. and Corliss, John B. “Oases of Life in the Cold Abyss.” Pages 441- 453, October 1977.

Ellis, William S. “Loch Ness: the Lake and the Legend.” Pages 759-779, June 1977.

Peterson, Mendel. “Reach for the New World.” Pages 724-767, December 1977.

Ballard, Robert D. “Window on Earth’s Interior.” Pages 228-249, August 1976.

Clark, Eugenie. “The Strangest Sea.” Pages 338-365, September 1975.

Ballard, Robert D. “Dive into the Great Rift.” Pages 604-615, May 1975.

Heirtzler, James R. “Where the Earth Turns Inside Out.” Pages 586- 603, May 1975.

Clark, Eugenie. “Into the Lairs of ‘Sleeping’ Sharks.” Pages 570-584, April 1975.

Clark, Eugenie. “The Red Sea’s Sharkproof Fish.” Pages 718-727, November 1974.

Kristof, Emory. “The Last U.S. Whale Hunters.” Pages 346-353, March 1973.

Clark, Eugenie. “The Red Sea’s Gardens of Eels.” Pages 724-735, November 1972.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “Working for Weeks on the Sea Floor.” Pages 498-537, April 1966.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “At Home in the Sea.” Pages 465-507, April 1964.

Schroeder, Robert E. “Photographing the Night Creatures of Alligator Reef.” Pages 128- 154, January 1964.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “Inflatable Ship Opens Era of Airborne Undersea Expeditions.” Pages 142-148, July 1961.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “Diving Saucer Takes to the Deep.” Pages 571-586, April 1960.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. Calypso Explores an Undersea Canyon.” Pages 373-396, March 1958.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “Exploring Davy Jones’s Locker with Calypso.” Pages 149-161, February 1956.

Marden, Luis. “Camera Under the Sea.” Pages 162-200, February 1956.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. Calypso Explores for Underwater Oil.” Pages 155-184, August 1955.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “Diving through an Undersea Avalanche.” Pages 538-542, April 1955.

Edgerton, Harold E. “Photographing the Sea’s Dark Underworld.” Pages 523-537, April 1955.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “To the Depths of the Sea by Bathyscaphe.” Pages 67-79, July 1954.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “Fish Men Discover a 2,200-year-old Greek Ship.” Pages 1-36, January 1954.

“Current Scientific Projects of the National Geographic Society.” Pages 143-144, July 1953.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. “Fish Men Explore a New World Undersea.” Pages 431-472, October 1952.

Chute, Walter H. “Net Results from Oceania: Collecting Aquarium Specimens in Tropical Pacific Waters.” Pages 347-372, March 1941.

Kellogg, Remington. “Whales, Giants of the Sea.” Pages 35-90, January 1940.

Miner, Roy Waldo. “On the Bottom of a South Sea Pearl Lagoon.” Pages 365-390, September 1938.

“The First Autochromes from the Ocean Bottom: Marine Life in its Natural Habitat Along the Florida Keys is Successfully Photographed in Colors.” Pages 56-60, January 1927.

Research & Exploration
Clark, Eugenie and Pohle, John F. “Monogamy in the Tilefish, Malacanthus latovittatus, Compared with Polygyny in Related Species.” Pages 276-295, Summer 1992.

Ballard, Robert D. “Mapping the Mountains of the Sea.” Pages 8-9, Winter 1992.

Clark, Eugenie and Pole, Mary and Rabin, Joan. “Stability and Flexibility Through Community Dynamics of the Spotted Sandperch.” Pages 138-155, Spring 1991.

Clark, Eugenie and Pole, John F. and Shen, David C. “Ecology and Population Dynamics of Garden Eel at Raas Moohammed, Red Sea.” Pages 306-318, Summer 1990.

Saunders, W. Bruce. “Deep-water Camera Survey of Nautilus in the Admiralty Islands, Papua New Guinea.” Pages 504-508, Autumn 1990.

Cea, Alfredo, DiSalvo, Louis H., and Randall, John E. “Ecological Reconnaissance of the Easter Island Sublittoral Marine Environment.” Pages 451-473, Autumn 1988.

National Geographic Videos
“The Underwater Image.” 1996.
“The Photographers.” 1995.
“Hunt for the Great White Shark.” 1994.
“Ocean Drifters.” 1993.
“Shark Encounters.” 1992.
“The Explorers: A Century of Discovery.” 1988.
“Secrets of the Titanic.” 1987.
“The Sharks.” 1982.
“Great Whales.” 1978.

WORLD magazine
“Meet . . . Bob Ballard, Undersea Explorer.” Pages 10-13, December 1993.

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Breslau, Lloyd R. The Luminescence Camera. Pages 48-58. New York: Biological Photographic Association, 1958.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. The Living Sea. New York: Harper & Row, 1963.

Cousteau, Jacques-Yves. The Silent World. New York: Harper, 1953.

Cross, Ellis Royal. Underwater Photography and Television; a Handbook of Equipment and Techniques. New York: Exposition Press, 1954.

Doubilet, David. The Red Sea: Coral Kingdom at the Desert’s Edge. New York: Smithmark, 1994.

Doubilet, David. Pacific, an Undersea Journey. Boston: Bulfinch Press, Little, Brown, 1992.

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Edgerton, Harold Eugene. Instrumentation for Exploring the Oceans. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1960.

Edgerton, Harold Eugene. Underwater Camera Positioning by Sonar. New York: American Institute of Physics, 1959.

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Freeman, Michael. The Complete Book of Wildlife and Nature Photography. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1981.

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