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Contribute: The World's Oceans: Culture, History, and the Environment (ABC-CLIO)

Rainer Buschmann (California State University Channel Islands) and Lance Nolde (California State University Los Angeles) are co-editing an encyclopedia entitled The World's Oceans: Culture, History, and the Environment issued by ABC-CLIO.   Thewy are seeking advanced graduate students to contribute to this volume.  The following entries are still available:

Art and the Sea
Atlantic Galleon
Beachcombers (Transculturites)
Belitung Wreck
Carbon Cycle
Celestrial Navigation
Costal Erosion
Coriolis Effect
Jacques Cousteau
Sylvia Earle
Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZ)
Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Great Wave off Kanagawa
Hurricanes and Typhoons
Law of the Sea (Maritime Law)
Manila Galleon
Maritime Archeaology
Maritime Empires
Maritime Lore
Maritime Organizations
Maritime Pollution
Maritime Technology
Maritime Trade
Myths and Legends
Nansen, Fridtjof
National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Naval Warfare
Navigational Tools
Ocean Currents
Ocean Tides
Sea People
South China Sea
United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
Winds and Currents

Interested authors should contact Rainer Buschmann ( Please attach a c.v. to your email.    

Source: Pete Burkholder (Fairleigh Dickinson University)

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