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the branch of science dealing with physical and biological aspects of the oceans

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The University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography is dedicated to extending our understanding of the ocean and its impacts on the world in which we live through rigorous scientific research and leading-edge technologies of exploration.
The Centre will provide assistance in areas of capacity building and training, knowledge sharing and exchange of information, and hence could represent a valuable resource for UNESCO and its Intergovernmental Oceanography Commission (IOC) by enhancing the impact and visibility of UNESCO's action.
For more information about the new modules, please contact the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Professional Development Center at (228)871-2916.
Speer likened Warren to Sverdrup himself, who is recognized as the founder of the modern school of oceanography and "whose discoveries will never go out of date," Speer said.
Their contribution to climate variability and change, their huge biodiversity and their capacity to offer solutions to ever more pressing human concerns, requires the integrated approach to ocean sciences that the National Oceanography Centre will enable.
Hildebrand, a professor of oceanography in the Marine Physical Laboratory at Scripps, said: "The basic style of singing is the same, the tones are there, but the animal is shifting the frequency down over time.
But "there are few actual examples in the modern ocean" comments Andrew Gooday of the Southampton Oceanography Center in England.
At Justice Street Elementary School in West Hills, for example, teacher Christina Alayon-Young wanted to give eight weeks of oceanography lessons, complete with a field trip, to students in her program for the gifted and talented.
Scripps Institution of Oceanography has been at the forefront of climate change research for more than 50 years, beginning with the early studies of Charles David Keeling on carbon dioxide concentrations and the vision of former Scripps Institution of Oceanography Director Roger Revelle of the future of the earth and the impact of greenhouse gases.
Contract notice:Supply of vacuum concentrator with four rotors, pump and defroster for the Department of Oceanic Biotechnology of the Institute of Oceanography of the University of Gdansk.
Made up of officers and enlisted Sailors, members of the Information Dominance Corps perform work in cyber, intelligence, communications and networks, meteorology, oceanography, and space professions.
KARACHI -- Senate Standing Committee on Science and Technology has underlined the need for initiating more research projects in collaboration with various countries at the National Institute of Oceanography.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's first home-made oceangoing vessel, named Persian Gulf, is in its final construction phase and will launch operation soon, a researcher at the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography (INIO) announced on Monday.
This 50th edition of the annual review provides, as has its predecessors, authoritative reviews on recent research in the fields of oceanography and marine biology.
Biological oceanography applies numerous disciplines including genetics, biochemistry, physiology, ocean physics, and many more--to study the biology and ecology of oceanic, marine, coastal, and estuarine organisms.
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