Jan 26, 2015
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Stephen R. and Anthony R. Palumbi
Diving Into the Mysteries of the Deep Sea
Monday, January 26, 2015, 7:30PM
The Forum at Town Hall (west entrance)

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On a planet filled with mysteries, perhaps we know the least about the deepest sections of the ocean, and the hundreds of thousands of species within. In The Extreme Life of the Sea, marine biologist Stephen Palumbi and science writer (and son) Anthony Palumbi explore 200 of the sea’s most extraordinary creatures. They’ll profile some of their favorites–like the South Pole’s wandering albatross–and give insight into how these creatures thrive, despite living in the darkest, deepest, coldest (or hottest!) conditions on the planet. The Palumbis will also share how mankind’s increasing effect on the ocean (2014 saw the warmest surface temperatures ever recorded) could irreparably change the habitat these creatures call home.

Learn more: Watch the book trailer.

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Presented by: Town Hall, Sustainable Path, Pacific Science Center, and University Book Store, as part of The Seattle Science Lectures.

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