Expedition into the Unknown, by H Hass
Expedition into the Unknown, a report on the expedition of the research ship ‘Xarifa’ to the Maldive and the Nicobar Islands
by Hans Hass
Hans Hass was an Austrian biologist and underwater diving pioneer. He was known mainly for being among the first scientists to popularise coral reefs, stingrays and sharks. He pioneered the making of documentaries filmed underwater and led the development of a type of rebreather.
Hardback with dust jacket in protective cellophane cover. Fair condition: Rubbed corners and small areas of colour scuffed off at edges of jackeet and lower leading edge of front cover. Lower part of front flyleaf removed; David Way Rare books sticker on flyleaf. Inside pages in good condition.
Black and white photographs throughout.
1965, Hutchinson of London
266 pages, 220mm x 290mm (approx. 8.5in x 11.5in)
1 in stock
|Dimensions||33 × 25 × 3 cm|