HOW DEEP SEA DIVERS USE MATH
|Author(s)||Sheri L. Arrovo|
|Publisher||Chelsea House Publications|
|D O W N L O A D|
Well, we can say that the deep sea divers work in completely another world - they get there with the first jump off the edge of the vessel or boar or platform. There are so many things to explore, taking into account that the oceans cover more than seventy percent of the surface of our planet. The oceans are being studied by many types of specialists and scientists.
Moreover, there are people diving to do some job underwater and people diving just for fun. And all of those people use mathematics before, in the course of, and after diving. The scientists actually talk about the ocean, one ocean, as the world's oceans are connected. They usually divide it into several levels, or "zones" based on the water depth. The divers usually need special equipment, depending on the pressure they will be exposed to under the water, i.e. depending on the depth.
As it comes clear from the title, this book is going to tell the readers about different ways the math is used by the divers. Apart from the information on the main subject, the readers will find so many interesting facts inside, related to the marine biology, Antarctic researches, deep diving etc. The glossary of the most frequently used terminology is also there.
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