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 (ko͞o-stō′), Jacques Yves 1910-1997.
French underwater explorer, film producer, and author who helped invent the Aqua-Lung (1943) and later developed underwater laboratories.


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(Biography) Jacques Yves (ʒɑk iv). 1910–97, French underwater explorer



Jacques Yves, 1910–97, French author and underseas explorer.
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Sucking a cocktail of nitrogen and oxygen through an aqua lung is an alien experience, although for dive master Jacques Cousteau, who invented the apparatus in the 1940s, it was probably easier than inhaling air.
A FIRE on marine explorer Jacques Cousteau's famous ship the Calypso has delayed the vessel's restoration by between six to eight months, the Cousteau Society said.
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The Visit of Alexandra Cousteau has thrust Oceana Philippines, the two-year-old local office of environmental organization Oceana, into the spotlight.
NEW YORK (CyHAN)- Singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams and environmental advocates Philippe Cousteau and Sylvia Earle joined local students at an event held at United Nations Headquarters today to celebrate the International Day of Happiness and highlight the importance of tackling climate change.
For the first time in five years, the Attenborough Award for Excellence in Nature Filmmaking will be presented, honoring Jean-Michel and children Fabien and Celine Cousteau.
French-American explorer, filmmaker and diver Celine Cousteau, grand-daughter of conservationist Jacques Cousteau, was also present at the event along with around 100 guests and forum delegates.
ISLAMORADA -- Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of legendary French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau, emerged from the deep Wednesday after 31 days in an undersea lab off the Florida Keys.
Fabien Cousteau is all set to break his grandfather, Jacques Yves-Cousteau's record of the amount of time spend living underwater.
Hillier, one of the team's advisers, referring to the grandson of Jacques Cousteau, the famed French oceanographer.
Cousteau has served as a Green Car of the Year juror since the award's inception.
Cousteau and a team of aquanauts had made a world record by living undersea for 30 days in the Conshelf underwater living experiment in 1963, CBS News reported.