The Frontier Below: The 2000 Year Quest to Go Deeper Underwater and How It Impacts Our Future

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The Frontier Below: The 2000 Year Quest to Go Deeper Underwater and How It Impacts Our Future Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: HarperCollins Publishers
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Pages: 304 Language: English ISBN: 9780008532727 Category:
Weight0.27 kg

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Author Biography

Jeff Maynard is an Australia nonfiction author specialising in polar history and underwater exploration. He researches previously untold historical subjects, then presents readers with engaging, character-driven stories. Maynard is a world authority on diving history. He was a founding member of the International Historical Diving Society and was President of the Australian chapter of the society for more than a decade. He is the editor of the quarterly magazine, Classic Diver. He presents papers at international diving events, and is a sought-after speaker for radio interviews. In 2002, he won the Historical Diving Society-UK award for his book Divers in Time. He is a member of the Explorers Club. He is also a book reviewer, radio commentator and editor.