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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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Noun1.Cousteau - French underwater explorer (born in 1910)
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The Central Coast of British Columbia Expedition partners are exploring three sites: Kynoch Inlet, Seaforth Channel and Fitz Hugh Sound with a DFO-designed underwater camera, allowing Minister LeBlanc and Alexandra Cousteau, Oceana Senior Advisor and granddaughter of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, to observe in real time the corals, sponges and rockfish the mission set out to locate.
The 2016 French film starring Lambert Wilson and Pierre Niney, concentrates on Jacques-Yves Cousteau, a highly influential and a fearlessly ambitious pioneer, innovator, filmmaker, researcher and conservationist and his aquatic adventures.
Sinonimo de la exploracion subacuatica, Jacques-Yves Cousteau es recordado como el buzo frances cuya mirada visionaria desperto nuestros ojos a las profundas maravillas del universo oceanico, segun describe su hijo mayor Jean-Michel en Mi padre, el capitan Jacques-Yues Cousteau publicado por Editorial Planeta Mexicana, bitacora biografica donde emergen contradicciones textuales sobre aquel amante del mar y su crueldad animal.
Because of that, Jacques-Yves Cousteau called the California Gulf (that is located at the Pacific Coast) "The Worldwide Acuarium" .
On Thursday at 11am, Cousteau, the grandson of legendary scuba-diving pioneer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, will present his work.
The oceanographic museum, whose director was Jacques-Yves Cousteau, is another place worth visiting.
Among the topics are the African Association, Antarctica, the voyage of the Beagle, Gertrude Bell, James Cook, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Charles Darwin, the Explorers Club, the Gobi Desert, Thor Heyerdahl, the International Geophysical Year, the Leakey family, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, David Livingstone and Henry Morton Stanley, Alexander Mackenzie, maps and mapmaking, the history of oceanography, Powell Expeditions, Russian exploration, Society of Women Geographers, and manned and unmanned space exploration.
For example, the name "Cousteau" in 1980 evoked only captivating images of the ocean's mystery and abundance, courtesy of the pioneering oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau.
Estara ubicado en Cabo Pulmo, en la costa del estado mexicano de Baja California sobre el llamado mar de Cortes o Golfo de California, que el comandante Jacques-Yves Cousteau llamaba "el acuario del mundo".
In this, the 100th anniversary of his birth, we owe it to his memory to ensure that the spirit of Jacques-Yves Cousteau and his work inspires new generations," the explorer's son said in a statement from the Cousteau Society.