Revealing the precarious status of the endangered North Atlantic right whale, this account examines the role of special volunteers who conduct research in an effort to stave off the extinction of this beautiful animal.
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Frank Gromling is founder and co-owner of The Gromling Group, Inc., a hands-on firm that conducts seminars, training, consulting, and coaching services for a variety of organizations. He also owns Ocean Publishing, a small publishing firm that specializes in Florida-based authors and subjects. He volunteers his time at a residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, where he speaks about the value of a job, and how to become successful. As a frequent speaker at teen centers and events, he has designed and presented "Excellence in Leadership" to help teens make positive life decisions.
Frank’s Whales is his first book about nature. His other writings have included magazine articles, such as "Life is a Balance," and three texts for the U.S. Air Force: Air Navigation, Military Aerospace, and Leadership. Frank lives with his wife, Bibi, in Beverly Beach, Florida.Review:
"Frank Gromling, in a refreshing narrative, convincingly answer the questions so many people ask: ‘How can I make a difference?’" -- Hans Neuhauser, Editor, Right Whales News, January 2003
"With only about 325 North Atlantic Right Whales left, this book is an important contribution to their understanding and survival." -- Dr. Maia McGuire, Sea Grant Extension Agent, February 2003
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Book Description Ocean Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110971764115
Book Description Ocean Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0971764115
Book Description Ocean Publishing, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0971764115