Bill Streever is the bestselling and award-winning authors of And Soon I Heard a Roaring Wind, Cold, and Heat. As a biologist, he has worked on issues ranging from climate change to the restoration of Arctic tundra to underwater noise to the evolution of cave crayfish. With his wife and co-captain, he splits his time between Alaska and their cruising sailboat, currently in Central America.
Bill Streever has written a gripping and important book about the sea, its science, and the technologies we've invented to begin to experience it, but also about our own humanity-and our future. I loved following him on this extraordinary deep dive into the largest and still most mysterious realm of this incredible planet we all share--Juli Berwald, author of Spineless With a real knack for storytelling, Streever evocatively puts the reader in the helmets, flippers, and submersibles of sea explorers throughout history...Streever crafts a book to be enjoyed by divers and general readers alike. --Publishers Weekly Ultimately, this timely and richly told story became something the author did not intend: an invaluable survey of how much damage has been done and how much we will lose if we don't protect the seas. --Booklist Streever tells a story that captures human fascination with the ocean, and encourages readers to become more interested in what lies beneath the waves. --Shelf Awareness In this homage-cum-history of human endeavor in the ocean depths, biologist, writer and diver Bill Streever brings to light a region less explored than the Moon. --Nature Magazine A fine writer with genuine sea credentials...Streever's book makes clear that the deep, though much closer to us, is still tantalizingly distant. --Natural History Magazine A fascinating...journey for readers into a little-known world. --Anchorage Daily News A buoyant, at times thrilling, account of the deep sea experience, perfect for divers and other lovers of life beneath the waves. --Kirkus Review A broad-spectrum examination of underwater adventuring...Mr. Streever's writing is lucid on subjects ranging from gas chemistry to dredging to underwater robotics. --Wall Street Journal Exquisitely researched and written, I highly recommend In Oceans Deep--Jonathan White, author of Tides: The Science and Spirit of the Ocean Bill Streever takes us on an entertaining and richly informative journey into the marine frontier. I recommend this book to anyone who may wish to be awed, and perhaps disturbed, by the depths to which humans will go to explore it. --Jonathan Balcombe, author of What a Fish Knows A beautifully written and thrilling exploration of humanity's place in the depths by a master interpreter who has spent a lifetime face-to-face with the shipwrecks, animals, machines, daring souls, and enduring mysteries that populate this gorgeous, hidden world. --Robert Kurson, New York Times bestselling author of Shadow Divers and Rocket Men In Oceans Deep combines painstaking research with narrative flair and a genuine love for the subject...It is both an education and a terrific read--Chris Wright journalist and author of No More Worlds to Conquer