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         Oceanography:     more books (102)
  1. Essentials of Oceanography (10th Edition) by Alan P. Trujillo, Harold V. Thurman, 2010-03-06
  2. Oceanography: An Invitation to Marine Science by Tom S. Garrison, 2009-09-08
  3. Essentials of Oceanography by Tom S. Garrison, 2008-07-30
  4. Oceanography: An Invitation to Marine Science - Hardcover - Sixth Edition by Tom Garrison, 2007
  5. Biological Oceanography by Charles B. Miller, 2004-01-05
  6. Introductory Dynamical Oceanography, Second Edition by George L. Pickard, S. Pond, 1983-01-15
  7. Descriptive Physical Oceanography, Sixth Edition: An Introduction by Lynne D Talley, George L. Pickard, et all 2007-01-15
  8. Introduction to Physical Oceanography by John A. Knauss, 2005-10-18
  9. Chemical Oceanography, Third Edition (Marine Science) by Frank J. Millero, 2005-09-09
  10. Oceanography and Seamanship by William G. Van Dorn, 1993-02
  11. Introductory Oceanography (10th Edition) by Harold V. Thurman, Alan P. Trujillo, 2003-12-22
  12. Laboratory Exercises in Oceanography by Bernard W. Pipkin, Donn S. Gorsline, et all 2000-10-27
  13. Oceanography: An Invitation to Marine Science (Cengage Advantage Books), 6th Edition by Tom S. Garrison, 2006-12-25
  14. Essentials of Oceanography by Tom Garrison, Tom S. Garrison, 2000-07

1. American Society Of Limnology And Oceanography: Welcome Page
The purposes of ASLO are to promote the interests of limnology, oceanography and related sciences, to foster the exchange of information across the range of
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As the leading professional organization for researchers and educators in the field of aquatic science, ASLO works to provide for their needs at all phases of professional development. ASLO is best known for its highly rated research journals, its interdisciplinary meetings and its special symposia. The society supports increasingly important programs in public education and outreach and public policy. It strives to encourage student participation and to increase opportunities for minorities in the aquatic sciences. ASLO's mission statement is: ASLO fosters a diverse, international scientific community that creates, integrates and communicates knowledge across the full spectrum of aquatic sciences, advances public awareness and education about aquatic resources and research, and promotes scientific stewardship of aquatic resources for the public interest. Its products and activities are directed toward these ends. ASLO welcomes and invites anyone interested in the aquatic sciences to join! Membership categories are available for both professionals and students. For more information, click on the "General Information" and "Member Benefits" links at right.
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2. Physical Oceanography
This bimonthly journal publishes original articles on research from CIS countries on the dynamics of the ocean, observational data analyses and methods of estimating oceanic fields. Issues include experimental and research results obtained from expeditions at sea, oceanographic data from satelliteborne systems, mathematical modelling of marine systems, and automation of research carried out in seas and oceans.
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Physical Oceanography
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Office address: Plantijnstraat 2, 2321 JC Leiden, The Netherlands
Tel: +31 71 535 3500, Fax: +31 71 531 7532

3. Progress In Oceanography
publishes the longer, more comprehensive papers that most oceanographers feel are necessary, on occasion, to do justice to their work. The articles cover the entire spectrum of disciplines within the science of oceanography. Essential reading for all oceanographers. An Elsevier Science Journal.
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Description Progress in Oceanography publishes the longer, more comprehensive papers that most oceanographers feel are necessary, on occasion, to do justice to their work. Contributions are generally either a review of an aspect of oceanography or a treatise on an expanding oceanographic subject. The articles cover the entire spectrum of disciplines within the science of oceanography. Occasionally volumes are devoted to collections of papers and conference proceedings of exceptional interest. Essential reading for all oceanographers. ISSN: 0079-6611

4. Oceanography: Home
Exists to promote and chronicle all aspects of ocean science and its applications. It published brief articles, critical essays and concise reviews that
Oceanography is a magazine that promotes and chronicles all aspects of ocean science and its applications. The magazine publishes brief articles, critical essays, and concise reviews on topics of broad interest to the ocean science community. In addition, Oceanography solicits and publishes news and information, meeting reports, book reviews, and articles that address public policy and education and how they are affected by science and technology. We encourage submission of short papers to the Breaking Waves section that describe novel approaches to multidisciplinary problems in ocean science. Oceanography is published in March, June, September, and December.
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Please contact the Editor, Dr. Ellen Kappel ( ), if you are interested in putting together a special issue of the magazine.
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5. ASLO: Limnology And Oceanography
Peerreviewed journal publishing original articles about all aspects of limnology and oceanography, with a theme of understanding aquatic ecosystems.
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Limnology and Oceanography
Limnology and Oceanography (ISSN 0024-3590) publishes original articles about all aspects of limnology and oceanography. The journal's unifying theme is the understanding of aquatic ecosystems. Submissions are judged on the originality of their data, interpretations, and ideas, and on the degree to which they can be generalized beyond the particular aquatic ecosystem examined. Laboratory and modeling studies must demonstrate relevance to natural environments; typically this means that they are bolstered by substantial "real world" data. Few purely theoretical papers are accepted for review; authors are strongly advised to include such materials in more complete papers that use the new theory to elucidate important features of aquatic ecosystems. Papers that focus on new measurement equipment and techniques, or on evaluations and comparisons of existing methods should be directed to the companion journal Limnology and Oceanography: Methods Six regular issues of Limnology and Oceanography are published each year by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO). In addition

6. National Institute Of Oceanography, India
researches different aspects of coastal and open ocean environments. Now has three regional centres at Mumbai, Kochi and Vishakhapatnam besides headquarters

7. A Brief History Of Marine Biology And Oceanography
Historical overview of marine sciences from the bronze age to the 20th century, with images and a timeline.
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Phoenician colonies and voyages,
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Homers conception of the world during the Heroic era,
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Herodotus map of world, modified from The Challenger Reports (summary), 1895 Aristotle modified from Singer, 1921 About this time, however, observations of natural phenomena related to the seas and oceans began to be written down. Herodotus, around 450 BC, wrote of the regular tides in the Persian Gulf, the deposition of silt in the Nile Delta, and uses the term "Atlantic" for the first time to describe the western seas. In the fourth century, the Phocaean colonists of Massila (Marseilles), sent the Greek astronomer Pytheas on a voyage out of the Pillars of Hercules (Gibraltar), where he traveled to Britain, Germany, and the Baltic Sea. He describes conditions in a distant far northern sea, which may have been in the Arctic (he describes it as having a 24 hour day at the summer solstice), as thick and gelatinous like a jellyfish (these waters are at times thick with gelatinous organisms of various kinds). " I found no basis prepared; no models to copy... Mine is the first step, and therefore a small one, though worked out with much thought and hard labor. It must be looked at as a first step and judged with indulgence."

8. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Oceanography
A virtual library referencing oceanography related universities, organisations, conferences and other information resources.
Information categorised by subject. See also other subjects . Please mail if you know of online information not in these lists. Please do not mail me to find someone's email address, or for general oceanographic information. For such information try posting to the sci.geo.oceanography news group. This list is maintained by voluntary effort, and by the goodwill of School of Mathematics UEA in allowing it to use school facilities.
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9. Careers In Oceanography
Offers a complete list of how to become an oceanographer, what education level is required, what the working conditions are, earnings, and what an oceanographer does.
Oceanography - And Your Career
What is oceanography? Oceanography is a multidisciplinary science concerned with knowledge of the oceans and improvements in technology based on such knowledge. It incorporates many scientific fields that can be applied to the marine environmentphysics, geology, chemistry, biology, meteorology, geography, and geodesy. What do oceanographers do? There are two types of oceanographers in the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command. The physical oceanographer studies the physical properties of the ocean and the relationship between the sea and the atmosphere. The geological oceanographer studies the topographic features, rocks, sediments, and physical composition of the ocean floor. The Command employs other types of marine scientists, such as geophysicists and physical science technicians who examine other aspects of the ocean environment. Where do oceanographers work? Because oceanography is the study of the ocean, most oceanographers spend a great deal of time at sea. The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command operates eight Military Sealift Command ships, conducting oceanographic survey operations worldwide. Some oceanographers work in ocean research at other organizations.

10. National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
The National oceanography Centre, Southampton, a joint venture between the University of Southampton and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC),
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I welcome you to this website. September is events and conference season here at the Centre. Rockwatch takes place on Saturday 17th September. This popular annual event for children, which is free, is organised by local geology groups and involves the Centre’s staff and students. There will be talks and workshops on dinosaurs, rocks and fossils throughout the afternoon. Bring your own fossils and challenge the experts! The Unmanned Underwater Vehicle Showcase takes place here on 28th and 29th September. In addition to the conference, where scientists and engineers will be discussing the latest developments in underwater technology, over 60 companies will be exhibiting underwater vehicles and equipment at this two-day event. This month RRS Discovery is on her way to Cape Farewell, Greenland. The cruise is part of the RAPID climate change research programme. The scientists are keeping a

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12. List Of Oceanography Resources
oceanography Resources on the Internet. The following is a list of some of the oceanography resources that can be found on the Internet.

13. Careers In Oceanography, Marine Science Marine Biology
General career guides for oceanography and marine scientists including guides for marine biology, marine mammal work, zoos and aquariums.

14. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Oceanography
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15. Glossary Of Physical Oceanography And Related Disciplines
Maintained by Steven K. Baum, Department of oceanography, Texas A M University. Browsable. Large bibliography.
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Glossary of Physical Oceanography and Related Disciplines
Steven K. Baum
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16. Careers In Oceanography
oceanography And Your Career What is oceanography?

17. ONR Science & Technology Focus: Oceanography
ONR Science Technonology Focus oceanography Space Sciences Blow the Ballast! CyberMail Search/Site Map Teachers Corner
Oceanography Space Sciences Blow the Ballast! CyberMail ... Teachers' Corner This site is packed with exciting ocean facts and information. We've even included some cool naval discoveries. More than 70 percent of the planet is covered by water... So what are you waiting for? Dive in! View Access Keys Image Use Policy Contact Us

18. National Research Council (U.S.) Commission On Geosciences, Environment, And Res
Scope includes atmospheric sciences, climate, oceanography, solidearth sciences, radioactive waste management, polar research, environmental science and toxicology, natural disasters, and water science. Commission reports cover scientific/technical aspects of public policy issues in these areas.

19. NOAA Home Page
A fabulous guide to the science of the atmosphere from USA Today. Find out about _QUOTATION_sun dogs_QUOTATION_ and learn how hurricanes work.

20. Careers In Oceanography
oceanography is a relatively young discipline, shaped by a continual flow of exciting discoveries. Although the oceans represent more than 70 percent of
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Oceanography/Marine-Related Careers Oceanography is a relatively young discipline, shaped by a continual flow of exciting discoveries. Although the oceans represent more than 70 percent of Earth's surface, as few as fifty years ago 98 percent of the floor remained unexplored. In the last four decades, oceanographers gave us our first glimpse of the Earth's deepest ocean trenches as well as breathtaking views of our water planet from outer space. They confirmed the theory of plate tectonics and continental drift. They discovered exotic life forms around hydrothermal vents—creatures that depend on the special water chemistry surrounding the vents instead of light, to survive. And today, oceanographers continue to help us understand the precarious balance of the oceans, atmosphere, ice, solid earth, and living organisms—the Earth system that affects our everyday lives and the future of our planet. Read the Careers in Oceanography Brochure
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