Nancy's Bookshelf: Daniel Stone tells the story of people who devote their lives to tracking lost ships and lost treasure
Daniel Stone is a national bestselling writer on science, history, and adventure. He's a senior editor for National Geographic and a former White House Correspondent for Newsweek. He's a professor of environmental science at Johns Hopkins University. He lives in Santa Barbara with his wife and two sons, one of whom is a dog.
Stone details his latest, "Sinkable: Obsession, the Deep Sea, and the Shipwreck of the Titanic."
Also, retired professor Walt Schafer founded Enloe’s cardiac rehabilitation program in 1979 and worked as a stress management specialist with the program until 1992. Professor Schafer has served on the board of directors of Chico Running Club and Chico Velo Cycling Club.
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