biological oceanography


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biological oceanography

[¦bī·ə¦läj·ə·kəl ‚ō·shə′näg·rə·fē]
(oceanography)
The study of the flora and fauna of oceans in relation to the marine environment.
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Ryther and Ketchum spent undue time and energy trying to define biological oceanography.
This work will include physical oceanography, biological oceanography, veterinary medicine and help from the college of engineering to discover how these animals make a living.
As the world warms, we expect more intense tropical hurricanes," says James McCarthy, a professor of biological oceanography at Harvard Univ.
The largest we sunk was about 30 tons, and that was a gray whale, and very challenging," recalls Smith, a professor of biological oceanography at the University of Hawaii.
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Never more at home than when he is hunkered down on an Antarctic ice sheet, Bangor University's senior lec-turer in marine biology and biological oceanography studies the sea ice that covers up to 7% of Earth.
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He introduced methods for measuring the growth of plants in the sea, that revolutionised biological oceanography.
Smith Professor of Biological Oceanography and Professor of Botany and Zoology at Duke University.
in Biological Oceanography, his first issue of the quarterly NEON is on CLF's website (www.
THIRTY YEARS AGO, at a meeting devoted to finding new directions for Arctic biological oceanography, it was suggested that marine mammals might someday be used as "educated" oceanographic sampling platforms.
Ramus, a professor of biological oceanography at Duke University in Durham, have put together an innovative project called FerryMon to use that state's extensive coastal ferry system to actively monitor water quality in the rivers and open waters of the sound.

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