Listed in alphabetical order, you may find interest in the following resources, some of which serve as reference material for this website.
- Alchetron – A condensed summary of Gilbert Klingel’s life and some of his accomplishments.
- Author’s journeys offer perspectives of Bay from bottom to top – An article written by Kent Mountford and published in the Bay Journal during 2003. The author writes about how Gilbert Klingel inspired him to become a marine scientist.
- Inagua Book – The book Inagua is a shipwrecked naturalist’s story of adventure and discovery on a lonely island in the Bahamas. Author Gilbert C. Klingel and sailing companion Wally Coleman survived ten days of rough seas only to be cast on a coral reef once the storms were over. Here begins a struggle against all odds and the beginning of a Robinson Crusoe lifestyle. Klingel found a natural world never before described in great detail. Note – Be sure to read Wally Coleman’s Journal, which is an interesting account of their epic voyage.
- Scientists Underwater – An article about Gilbert Klingel’s “Aquascope” and underwater exploration.
- The Dark Green Waters – Rachel L. Carson’s review of Klingel’s book, “The Bay“, which examines the complex ecology of Chesapeake Bay and observes its marshes, jellyfish, ospreys, and fiddler crabs.
- Wikipedia – Online encyclopedic information about Gilbert Clarence Klingel (1908–1983).
Books by Gilbert Klingel
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