oceanographic survey

oceanographic survey

[¦ō·shə·nə¦graf·ik ′sər‚vā]
(oceanography)
A study of oceanographic conditions with reference to physical, chemical, biological, geological, and other properties of the ocean.
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Muscat: A reception to mark 35 years of cooperation between the US and Oman in hydrographic surveying, was held aboard the Pathfinder-class oceanographic survey ship USNS Bruce C Heezen (T AGS 64) in Muscat, recently.
The first week of the survey training was kick started with an introduction to the hydrographic, geophysical and oceanographic survey industry by their highly competent engineering team.
The focus must be on continuing the search and doing the oceanographic survey, the bathymetric (seabed) survey, to enable the deepwater search along the defined search area.
NIO is planning a detailed oceanographic survey of the area onboard Pakistan Navy's survey vessel, officials at Ministry of Science and Technology told here today.
THE world's newest and bestequipped oceanographic survey and research ship berthed in Liverpool for the first time this weekend.
The roster of all federally-owned oceanographic survey and research ships is larger--forty-seven--and includes those vessels in the Academic Fleet.
In consonance with the Military Sealift Command (MSC), we execute the scientific mission of six multimission military oceanographic survey vessels designated as T-AGS.
In every oceanographic survey repeated around the Southern Ocean since about the 1980s, Antarctic Bottom Water has been shrinking at a similar mean rate, giving us confidence that this surprisingly large contraction is robust," said lead author of the study Sarah Purkey, a graduate student at the University of Washington in Seattle.
The Navy will operate the vehicles from T-AGS 60 oceanographic survey ships, he said.
Some of the ships include submarine and special warfare support ships; oceanographic survey ships; ocean surveillance ships; and the command ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20).
An oceanographic survey of the southeastern Pacific has discovered a region where ultraviolet radiation penetrates deeper than has been measured in any other ocean locale.
USNS Mary Sears, an oceanographic survey ship, arrived in an area 125 mi.
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