Here's a link to some of the books and book chapters I've written on Amazon.com.
CCA is an international organization of over 1,200 sailors who have voyaged the oceans for adventure and recreation. Members have broad sailing experience, exemplified by superior seamanship and demonstrated through significant command. Equally important to the mission of the club are the members’ geniality of spirit and willingness to share knowledge and friendship through cruises, social events, publications, and posts on this website.
The CCA and its members contribute to the sport of sailing and history of yachting in many ways. The club makes awards for exceptional passage making, seamanship and literary works. The club organizes and runs the biennial Newport Bermuda Race, and conducts seminars on safety at sea for hundreds of sailors. The Bonnell Cove Foundation makes grants to not-for-profit organizations for projects in safety at sea and environmental protection.
Contact Mary T Crowley for more information about this event:
Ocean Voyages Institute & Project Kaisei
Phone: +1.415.332.4681 Fax: +1.415.332.7460
Web: http://www.oceanvoyagesinstitute.org & http://www.projectkaisei.org
Address: 1709 Bridgeway, Sausalito CA 94965
Dr. Wallace "J." Nichols is a scientist, activist, community organizer, author and dad who works to inspire a deeper connection with nature. He is a research associate at California Academy of Sciences and co-founder of both WiLDCOAST and OceanRevolution.org, international networks of ocean advocates; SEEtheWILD.org, a conservation travel network; GrupoTortuguero.org, an international sea turtle conservation network; and #LiVBLUE!, a global campaign to reconnect people to our water planet, among other international organizations and initiatives. He’s the author or co-author of more than 50 scientific papers, reports and books, including Blue Mind, and his work has been featured widely in print and broadcast media. Nichols has degrees in biology and Spanish, a master's in environmental economics, and a doctorate in wildlife ecology. He is a recipient of both a Marshall Fellowship and a Fulbright Fellowship and in 2014 received The University of Arizona's Global Achievement Award.
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