|CLASSIC DIVE BOOKS
|Please note: The books are listed for interest only,
and not offered for sale.
See also Military operations and navy diving.
See also Robert Stenuit.
Praeger Publishers Inc, New York. 1970.
Hardcover, dustjacket, 124 pages, mono prints.
Aftr an essay called 'Menfish' by Jacques Cousteau, provides a serious look at the study of man living and working underwaterwith commentary on th Sealab pojects, submersibles, and surface-supplied construction diver rigs. "The author shows how scientists and esigners are now examining the full potential of the oceans, and he describes their experiences in creating controlled aquatic environments".
|MAN BENEATH THE SEA
A Review of Underwater Ocean Engineering.
Walter Penzias and M.W.Goodman
Published in 1973 by Wiley-Interscience, a division of John Wiley & Soins, Inc. New York.
Hardcover, dustjacket, 830 pages, mono photographs, charts and diagrams. ISBN 0-471-68018-4
A remrkable book covering in quite technical detail the development and use of submersible vehicles and stationary habitats, from the late 19th century to the time of publication. And not onl;y US esigns - the Japanese are featured extensively. Even food intake and waste management is covered. Other subjects include rebreather equipment, diving dress, hard-hat abd light-weight dress suits (US Navy), robots, underwater tools, nuclear reactors, physiology of diving and subsea work etc etc.
The Sealab Chronicles of Captain George E.Bond, USN
|THE DEEPEST DAYS
Robert Stenuit. Introduction by Edwin A. Link
A remarkable odyssey of undersea adventure and of the longest, deepest dive ever made - by the chief diver for the Man-In-Sea project.
Published by Coward-McCann, New York, 1966. Hardcover, 222 pages, mono photographs.
For full description see author Robert Stenuit.
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