A Window into the Ocean Twilight Zone: Twenty-Four Days of Science at Sea

By Michelle Cusolito

Hardcover edition

Publisher Charlesbridge Imprint Charlesbridge ISBN


A Window into the Ocean Twilight Zone: Twenty-Four Days of Science at Sea

Want a front-row seat to cutting-edge ocean twilight zone technology? Climb aboard for twenty-four days of photo-illustrated science at sea! A fascinating middle-grade STEM book.

Join scientists from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and international partner organizations on a research trip to study the ocean twilight zone using the newest technologies. Science writer Michelle Cusolito takes you along for the voyage of a lifetime.

From moving onto the ship and unpacking equipment to facing massive storms while in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, this book details the fascinating equipment used to study the deep ocean as well as day-to-day details such as what you eat on a Spanish research ship. Meet people and animals and learn more at sea than you ever imagined!
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