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oceanology

[‚ō·shə′näl·ə·jē]
(geophysics)
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Book a meeting at Oceanology International in London
An account of the Glyphocrangon shrimps (Decapoda, Caridea) in the collection of the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
"The application has a chance to be adopted, but not soon," Lobkovsky, a deputy director of the Marine Geology Division at the Russian Academy of Sciences oceanology institute, told RIA Novosti.
Dmitry Effemenko, deputy director of the institute, says staffers who were displaced by the fire would be housed in nearby scientific institutions, including the Institute of Oceanology, and would be paid and not sent on leave.
? BIBBY Line Group's subsidiary Osiris Projects, of Bromborough, will exhibit at Oceanology International in London, next month.
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-- Nineteen fifth-graders surrounded Project Oceanology instructor Caitlin Lewis on the deck of Envirolab III one morning recently, jockeying for a good view of the net they had just reeled in.
Shirshov Institute of Oceanology on 1 October 2011 during cruise 59 of the R/V Akademik Mstislav Keldysh at station 5051 (latitude 75.81[degrees]N-75.83[degrees]N, longitude 68.99[degrees]E-69.01[degrees]E) in the Novaya Zemlya Trench, Kara Sea, Russian Arctic.
"Marine Nutraceuticals" is a scholarly and core addition to community and college library collections focusing on biology and oceanology, enthusiastically recommended.
Finally, Dr Musleh talked about the miracles of oceanology or marine science as stated in the Quran.
"It would be an ideal place for people to study, particularly oceanology or maritime courses."