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Sea Surface Temperature Satellite Images

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Sea Surface Temperature Satellite Image Archive The University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography About the archive This page provides access to the University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography's archive of sea surface temperature satellite images. These images are processed Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) data from NOAA satellites. The images depict sea surface temperature. In addition to the archive data itself, we have an on-line classroom lesson plan describing some of the uses of these images. This provides excellent help in interpreting the images - what the different colors mean and how to tell which areas represent sea surface temperature and which represent cloud cover. Each of the 1024 by 1024 pixel images in the archive covers the are Read More
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Sea Surface Temperature Satellite Images

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Sea Surface Temperature Satellite Image Archive The University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography About the archive This page provides access to the University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography's archive of sea surface temperature satellite images. These images are processed Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) data from NOAA satellites. The images depict sea surface temperature. In addition to the archive data itself, we have an on-line classroom lesson plan describing some of the uses of these images. This provides excellent help in interpreting the images - what the different colors mean and how to tell which areas represent sea surface temperature and which represent cloud cover. Each of the 1024 by 1024 pixel images in the archive covers the are Read More
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1998 International Year of the Ocean IYO - Home Page

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Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission International Year of the Ocean , Year of the Ocean, year of the oceans, ocean year The Ocean Pilot Read More
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Acadia Institute of Oceanography - marine science camp: study whales, seals, porpoises and other marine biology

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Site Navigation A Summer Camp Program for Marine Science Studies based in Seal Harbor, Maine study tidepool diversity • observe whales, seals and porpoises • collect tank specimens explore careers in marine science • hike Acadia's mountains • snorkel in the ocean • and more! For more information or to request a brochure, contact AIO at (800) 375-0058 or info@acadiainstitute.com . Read More
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ACS - American Cetacean Society

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Conferences Curriculum Fact Packs Outreach Spyhopper Whalewatcher Journal 2006-Ventura 2004-Long Beach 2002-Seattle 2000-Monterey Reports Gray Whales IWC/Whaling MMPA Orcas Right Whales Sound/Sonar Tuna/Dolphin Research News Excerpts Reseach Programs Baja Trips Around Catalina Humpback Adventure Blue Whale Watch Baja Basecamp Baja Lagoons Contact ACS History Members-Only Regional Chapters Supporters Channel Islands Los Angeles Monterey Bay Orange County Puget Sound San Francisco Donate Join ACS Volunteer acsonline.org Join! Education Issues Research Whale Watching About ACS How to Help ACTION ALERT! Photo of the Month The ACS Cetacean Curriculum contains some basic background information on cetaceans and offers some ideas for activities to engage students. More The American Cetacean Societ Read More
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American Society of Limnology and Oceanography: Welcome Page

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Home About ASLO Career Information Education Resources Jobs and Student Opportunities Meetings Members Only Membership Minorities Programs Publications Public Policy Programs for Recent PhDs Student Programs Related Links Forms Search Welcome to ASLO! For more than 50 years, ASLO has been a leading professional organization for researchers and educators in the field of aquatic science, working 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 scienc Read More
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Antarctic.com.au | Antarctic

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Antarctic.com.au Most Popular Sites for REGIONS Associated Sites banking Find: Banking Review & Compare! www.enhance.com/ Local Personals Info Get Info for Local Personals from 14 search engines in 1. www.enhance.com/ Local Personal "Looking for Local personal? Search over 15,000 sites with one click. Your source for everything under the sun!" www.enhance.com/ Government Us Compare products from thousands of trusted retailers. Save time and money every time you shop by starting your search at Shopping.com www.enhance.com/ Regions Find banks and financial services in your area. Use your personal LowPriceShopper! www.lowpriceshopper.com/ Region Find banks and financial services in your area. Use your personal LowPriceShopper! www.lowpriceshopper.com/ Region Personal Banking Nee Read More
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AOML's Ocean Chemistry Division

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Quick Links: ACE CHAMP FLBAY GLOBEC NECOP OACES/GCC RITS SABRE SEFCAR SFP What is the Ocean Chemistry Division? The Ocean Chemistry Division (OCD) is one of the four scientific research divisions within the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML). The diverse Ocean Chemistry Division scientific staff is comprised not only of chemical oceanographers and atmospheric chemists but also biological oceanographers and geologists. OCD typically employs multi-disciplinary approaches to solve scientific research questions central to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) mission requirements. The division's work includes projects that are important both in enhancing our basic understanding of the coupled atmospheric/ocean system but also in assessing the current a Read More
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Australian Ocean Data Centre » Welcome to the AODC Web Page

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About AODCJF Projects Technical Committee Contacts Links Home Members Login The Australian Ocean Data Centre Joint Facility (AODCJF) is a whole-of-government approach to ocean data management that is developing a national multi-agency data management system for the ocean data resources of the partner agencies. The vision of the AODCJF is "To be Australia’s ocean data centre renowned for comprehensive and integrated data management meeting national and international requirements for ocean data and products; underpinned by a whole of nation approach to the collegiate sharing of data and data management resources in Australia." To achieve this vision, the AODCJF is developing a multi-agency distributed data management system to manage the ocean data resources of the partner ag Read More
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AWI - Research: Climate System

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Research Resources Click&Learn About us Ships&Stations Research Climate System Pelagic Ecosystems Benthic Ecosystem Geosystem Information Center Project Groups International Cooperation Research Division: Climate Sciences General: Cooperations | Internships |--> Student Contact | Teaching | Seminars Studies in the Climate System department of the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research focus on the coupled ocean-ice-atmosphere system and its importance for the world climate. AWI researchers conduct surveys and numerical simulations related to oceanic circulation, transport of substances and energy in the polar seas and the polar atmosphere, and to the influence of these processes on the global climate system. Oceanographic studies concentrate on the modification of water mas Read More
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Clean Ocean Action: Be the Solution to Ocean Pollution

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Join COA Today! Visit our Sea-worthy Store Volunteer with Our Crew Recent Updates Go Green This Holiday SEAson: Eco-Tips Holiday Gift Guide December Newsletter Guess the "Creature Feature" & Enter to Win COA shirt! Annual Report 2006 Job Announcements A "Sweeping" Success! Seaworthy Partnerships Operation Dough-Nation Earth Month Partner NEW JERSEY WINS VETO RIGHTS OVER MEGA-OFFSHORE INDUSTRIAL ISLAND Click here for information on the planned project NJ Victory: Open Space Ballot Question Passes! On Election Day, NJ voters approved Ballot Question #3 with 54% of the votes, showing support for open space, farmland, and historic preservation programs in the state. Congratulations to the Keep It Green campaign for the hard work. For the votes and next steps, visit www.njke Read More
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CNN - Jacques Cousteau remembered for his 'common touch' - June 25, 1997

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Jacques Cousteau remembered for his 'common touch' The world shared his underwater adventures June 25, 1997 Web posted at: 11:22 p.m. EDT (0322 GMT) PARIS (CNN) -- For millions of people who see the ocean only through the porthole of television, the voice of the sea had a soft French accent. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, who opened up the mysterious world beneath the sea to millions of landlocked viewers, died Wednesday at age 87. His widow Francine said he died of a heart attack at 2:30 a.m. at their Paris home while recovering from a respiratory ailment, which had kept him hospitalized for months. Jacques Cousteau sends a message to young people: 674K/16 sec. small frame QuickTime movie 1.3M/16 sec. large frame QuickTime movie A memorial service will be held in Notre Dame Cathedral Monday, but Read More
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Coastal Ecosystems Research Foundation: Whale Research Eco-volunteer Trips in British Columbia, Canada

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Coastal Ecosystems Research Foundation "Research through eco-tourism" Welcome to CERF CERF is a Canadian non-profit organisation that funds research on whales, dolphins, and their environment through an eco-tourism programme. Here you will find information on the whale research trips we offer, as well as on our research programmes. You will also find some general whale & dolphin information. Select a language to continue: [ English | FranÇais | Deutsch ] Allison Harbour PO Box 122 Port Hardy, BC V0N 2P0 Canada 43 Park Hill Dr. Frome, Somerset BA11 2LQ United Kingdom tel/sms: +44-7745-730873 fax: +1 (815) 327-0183 email: This page has been viewed 142709 times since April 8, 2001 Read More
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Deep Flight Submersibles

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Hawkes Ocean Technologies (HOT) designs and builds the world?s only winged (patented) submersibles, with over forty years experience in providing deep manned submersibles for exploration, adventure, recreation, film/television, science and industry. HOT introduced the first winged submersible, Deep Flight I, in 1995, and has offered the world?s first sub-sea flight schools since 2003. For all questions, including press, tv/film, sponsorship, sales/leasing, and speaking engagements contact Karen Hawkes: karen@deepflight.com 415-256-9273 Subscribe to Deep Flight News! Enter your email address, choose a content format and click "Join." HTML Text ---> Sponsor Support our grassroots efforts to explore the 2/3 of our planet that is covered by water Submersible Sales and Leasing Inquire about buy Read More
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Dive and Discover : Expeditions to the Seafloor

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Choose an Expedition Exp. 1: Guaymas Basin : 2000 Exp. 2: East Pacific Rise : 2000 Exp. 3: East Pacific Rise #2 : 2000 Exp. 4: Indian Ocean : 2001 Exp. 5: Galapagos Islands : 2001 Exp. 6: Galapagos Rift : 2002 Exp. 7: New England Seamounts : 2003 Exp. 8: Juan de Fuca Ridge : 2004 Exp. 9: Return to Galapagos Rift : 2005 Exp. 10: Antarctica : 2006 Exp. 11: Gakkel Ridge, Arctic : 2007 Dive into Deeper Discovery Deep Ocean Circulation Earth?s Anatomy History of the Earth History of Oceanography Hydrothermal Vents Ice Ages Mid Ocean Ridges Plate Tectonics Polar Regions Ships and Technology Underwater Vehicles (NEW!) Interviews For Teachers Expedition to the Arctic July 1 – August 10, 2007 Expedition 11 Join us as we use the latest in underwater robotics to plunge into the Arctic Ocean in Read More
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Explorers' Bookmarks @ nationalgeographic.com

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SITE INDEX Featured Explorer Anthropologist Johan Reinhard Polar Explorer Will Steger Oceanographer Sylvia Earle Conservationist Michael Fay Adventure Writer Jon Bowermaster Where does adventure writer Jon Bowermaster surf the Web? Dogpile Expedia Expedition Research Mountain Hardwear MountainZone.com The New York Times on the Web Quokka.com Salon.com Yankees.com Biography Why These Are Favorites Find Out More About Jon Bowermaster Biography: Jon Bowermaster, Writer Jon Bowermaster has chronicled numerous adventures (his own and others’) for many popular magazines and is the author of six books, including three collaborations with polar explorer Will Steger. His explorations include dogsled travels in the Arctic, Antarctica, Greenland, and the Northwest Territories and first-ever raft Read More
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Glossary of Oceanography and the Related Geosciences with References

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Next: Preface Glossary of Oceanography and the Related Geosciences with References Steven K. Baum, Texas Center for Climate Studies, Texas A&M University Copyright 1995-1996 January 20, 1997 A new version of this glossary is now available after nearly 4 1/2 years. Enjoy. I plan on updating it more frequently from now on. As usual, all suggestions, corrections, etc. are more than welcome. Preface Contents Plans The Glossary Aa-Am An-Az Ba-Bm Bn-Bz Ca-Cm Cn-Cz Da-Dm Dn-Dz Ea-Em En-Ez Fa-Fm Fn-Fz Ga-Gm Gn-Gz Ha-Hm Hn-Hz Ia-Im In-Iz Ja-Jz Ka-Km Kn-Kz La-Lm Ln-Lz Ma-Mm Mn-Mz Na-Nm Nn-Nz Oa-Om On-Oz Pa-Pm Pn-Pz Qa-Qz Ra-Rm Rn-Rz Sa-Sm Sn-Sz Ta-Tm Tn-Tz Ua-Um Un-Uz Va-Vm Vn-Vz Wa-Wm Wn-Wz Xa-Xz Ya-Yz Za-Zz The Appendices Books Physical Oceanography Biological Oceanography Chemical Oceanography Ge Read More
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Hydrographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean

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Research Resources Click&Learn About us Ships&Stations Hydrographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean Next: Preface © AWI Responsible: A. Macario Webmaster Read More
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Index of /people/grads/scottv/exploraquarium

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Index of /people/grads/scottv/exploraquarium Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory - copyright.html 08-Aug-1996 13:32 1.7K entrance.htm 19-Apr-2002 10:27 1.6K faq.htm 17-Apr-2001 15:14 5.5K faq/ 20-May-2004 15:41 - images/ 20-May-2004 15:41 - links 14-May-1996 20:19 314 outreach/ 20-May-2004 15:41 - ps/ 20-May-2004 15:41 - resources/ 19-Apr-2002 10:28 - revel/ 13-Nov-1998 10:29 - rov/ 24-Nov-2004 16:48 - scaletrip/ 20-May-2004 15:42 - teach.tar.gz 06-Nov-2003 11:42 1.5M GZIP compressed docume> temp 06-Jun-1996 11:27 392 vent/ 20-May-2004 15:42 - Apache Server at www.ocean.washington.edu Port 80 Read More
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IRI/LDEO Climate Data Library

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Data Library Finding Datasets By Category By Source By Search Help Resources Tutorial Questions and Answers help@iri IRI/LDEO Climate Data Library Monitoring Global Climate Map Room A collection of maps and analyses used to monitor climate conditions. Click on any of the maps to modify the figures or access the source data. Climate Information Digest A monthly publication covering global climate events, their impacts and the seasonal forecast. ENSO Web Information about El NiÑo-Southern Oscillation. Climate Highlights Relates headlines from the CID with likely future conditions. The IRI/LDEO Climate Data Library contains over 300 datasets from a variety of earth science disciplines and climate-related topics. It is a powerful tool that offers the following capabilities at no cost to the us Read More
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Kaikoura @ nationalgeographic.com

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Join an international team of scientists as they probe New Zealand’s Kaikoura Canyon in an effort at spotting the elusive giant squid. Kaikoura giant squid, sperm whales, New Zealand, Emory Kristof, Clyde Roper, cetacean, sharks, crittercam, marine biology, underwater, Adventure and Exploration, Animals and Wildlife, Environment and Ecology, Science and Technology, Wilderness and Nature, Australia and Oceania, Oceans Adventure and Exploration, Animals and Wildlife, Environment and Ecology, Science and Technology, Wilderness and Nature, Australia and Oceania, Oceans Read More
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Marine and Maritime Studies

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Marine and Maritime Studies Advancing The Principles of The Prevention Through People Program (1997) Applying Advanced Information Systems to Ports and Waterways Management (1999) Arctic Ocean Research and Supporting Facilities: National Needs and Goals (1995) An Assessment of Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (1994) An Assessment of Techniques for Removing Offshore Structures (1996) Clean Ships, Clean Ports, Clean Oceans: Controlling Garbage and Plastic Wastes at Sea(1995) Coastal Oceanography and Littoral Warfare (1994) The Community Development Quota Program in Alaska and Lessons for the Western Pacific (Prepublication Copy) (1999) Contaminated Sediments in Ports and Waterways: Cleanup Strategies and Technologies (1997) Decline of the Sea Turtles: Causes and Prevention (1990) Double-Hull Tanker Leg Read More
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Marine Biology History

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MEER home University of California online course in Marine Biology A Brief History of Marine Biology and Oceanography NEW - FREE underwater educational game. Navigate underwater on an endless 3D coral reef! Go to download site Phoenician colonies and voyages, modified from The Challenger Reports (summary), 1895 Human populations through time have often flourished near the sea, partly because of the food resources that can be found there, but also because of the ease of transportation of people and cargo by boats. Observations about various organisms and environments were of course a major part of human activities since the earliest times, since the very survival of early Homo sapiens depended on this knowledge to obtain food and provide defense against dangerous plants and animals. Near th Read More
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NASA MSFC Earth Science Office

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Programs & Projects SERVIR SPoRT Spaceflight & Suborbital Research Archeology Atmospheric Electricity & Lightning Atmospheric Modeling Infrared Remote Sensing Surface Hydrology & Remote Sensing Applications Health and the Environment Land Processes Urban Heat Island Technology Information Management HiRAD LIS OMEGA Local Weather Huntsville WX NWS Huntsville Institution Publications Presentations Partners Seminars ESO Internal WELCOME to the Marshall Space Flight Center Earth Science Office. We provide integrated scientific understanding of the Earth system to enable better decisions improving the global quality of life. The ESO's many areas of study are closely related to each other. Like the climate and environment we study, no one aspect stands alone. Water vapor, winds, temperatures at Read More
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NASA Oceanography

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+ science@NASA home + Common Questions + Glossary + Site Map NASA Oceanography Overview | Oceans & the Earth System | Physical Ocean | Living Ocean Looking at our Earth from space, it is obvious that we live on a water planet. Ocean covers over 70% of the Earth's surface and contains about 97% of the Earth's surface water. Life in the oceans can be found from the surface to the extreme environments at the bottom of the deepest submarine trench. It is not surprising that the oceans represent over 99% of the living space on Earth...we are indeed living on what is truly an ocean planet. Oceans & the Earth System The Physical Ocean The Living Ocean News Beyond our Planet Learning Resources Oceans Interactive Data Resources Missions Why does NASA study the ocean? Part of NASA's miss Read More
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NASA: Code 614 - Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences Laboratory, Earth's Hydrosphere, Earth Science

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Search This Site November 23, 2007 Home | About Us | Personnel | Science Highlights | Publications | Projects | Education | Seminars Branches 614.1 Cryospheric Sciences Branch (formerly parts of Codes 970.2, 971, and 972) 614.2 Ocean Sciences Branch (formerly parts of Codes 970.2, 971, and 972) 614.3 Hydrological Sciences Branch (formerly Code 974) 614.4 Biospheric Sciences Branch (formerly Code 923) 614.5 Terrestrial Information Systems Branch (formerly Code 922) 614.6 Instrumentation Sciences Branch (formerly parts of Codes 972 and 975) Code 614 at Wallops Flight Facility Mission Statement To explore and understand the Earth's hydrosphere and biosphere, and the linkages between the oceans, land, atmosphere and life on Earth. This mission supports NASA and the nation by conceiving, develo Read More
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National Oceanographic Data Center Home Page

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NODC All of NOAA About NODC NODC Overview Organization Chart Contact Us Access Data Ocean Data Archive Processed/Project Data Parameters & Data Types Data Formats & Codes CD-ROMs & DVDs Submit Data How do I submit ocean data to NODC? How do I find data that I submitted to NODC? What happens to your data? Publications Ocean Climate Laboratory NOAA Library E-Journals & Catalog (NOAALINC) Earth System Monitor NOAA Photo Library FAQs Ocean FAQs World Ocean Atlas FAQs Photo of the Day Ben Hickok standing about 90-feet above the ground. Safety lines weren't required in those days. Ben was wearing his ROTC uniform. The National Oceanographic Data Center is a national repository and dissemination facility for global oceanographic data which acquires and preserves a historical record of the Earth's Read More
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New England Aquarium Home

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Tickets Avoid the line, buy online! Aquarium/IMAX Combo—Best deal! Plan a Visit Hours & Prices Virtual Tour Daily Schedule (PDF) Group Reservations Hotel Packages Whale Watch Harbor Cruises Directions : Car MBTA Boat Parking Get Involved Sign up for Seabits Our e-newsletter Email: Contact Us Membership Volunteer | Intern Teen Programs Jobs Aquarium Animal Sponsorship Right Whale Sponsorship Support Us Corporate Partners Check it out: Membership discount calculator Education Programs Teen Programs , Community Programs , Adult-Child Classes , Teacher Resources , Field Trip Info and more. Click here for complete program list Research and Conservation Animal Rescue Latest news, stranding reports, and info on what to do to help Conservation Programs Sustainable fisheries, biodiversity, fi Read More
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NOAA's National Ocean Service: Retired NOS Web Sites: Sustainable Seas Expeditions

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Sustainable Seas Expeditions April 1999 - March 2003 The NOAA Sustainable Seas Expeditions (SSE) Web offering was retired on March 28, 2003. The Sustainable Seas Expeditions was a five-year project of underwater exploration and discovery of the marine world with special emphasis on the national marine sanctuaries of the United States. Led by Dr. Sylvia Earle, scholar and Explorer-In-Residence of the National Geographic Society (NGS), the project was a collaborative effort of NGS in cooperation with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), other government agencies, industry, and private institutions. It was made possible by a grant from the Richard and Rhonda Goldman Fund. The offering covered the 1999 and 2000 SSE field seasons. Over that period, 18 missions were conduc Read More
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NOAA/NESDIS/NGDC - Images, Visualizing Data, NGDC Marine Geology & Geophysics Division

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[ The NGDC header and web page search is in an undisplayed frame - follow this link to view it ] NOAA > NESDIS > NGDC > marine geology & geophysics privacy policy MGG home Bathymetry Marine Geophysics Marine Geology Natural Hazards Marine Geology and Geophysics Images: Visualizing Data Animated Dives to Ocean Floor Features Great Lakes Bathymetry Coastal Relief Imagery Natural/Geologic Hazards Crustal Age of the Ocean Floor Seafloor Topography from Satellite Altimetry Globes & Global Relief - Surface of the Earth Sediment Thickness of the Oceans If you use these images, please credit the underlying data sources/funding institutions of the data from which the images were derived, and credit NOAA/NGDC for the image . . The Images offered here were produced in the National Geophysica Read More
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Ocean Planet Homepage

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A Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition The text on this site is presented as an archival version of the script of "Ocean Planet," a 1995 Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition which is no longer on display. The content reflects the state of knowledge at the time of the exhibition, and has not been updated. ENTER THE EXHIBITION HERE Ocean Planet , premiered at the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History from April 1995 to April 1996, where it attracted nearly two million visitors. This electronic online companion exhibition contains all of the text and most of the panel designs and images found in the traveling exhibition . Learn more about the project by reading an overview of the exhibition, a message from the curator , or a copy of the final r Read More
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Ocean Surface Topography from Space

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+ View the NASA Portal OVERVIEW SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY MISSIONS NEWSROOM EDUCATION GALLERY Latest El NiÑo/La NiÑa Jason Data The latest image from NASA's Jason satellite is updated every two weeks. Check out the latest ocean conditions here! La NiÑa Persists An ENSO update from Jason-1 Find out more... Getting it Together OSTM/Jason-2 integration and testing in France Find out more... Societal Benefits of Ocean Altimetry Data Browse these slides to learn more about many of the important practical uses of ocean altimetry data. Find out more... --> SITE MAP FAQ LINKS GLOSSARY CONTACT & COPYRIGHT NASA PRIVACY STATEMENT Site Manager: Margaret Srinivasan Webmaster: Kristy Kawasaki Last Updated: JPL Clearance: CL01-1707 Read More
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Oceanography redirection page

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The oceanography pages have moved to a new location, where you will be redirected automatically in 5 seconds. If that does not happen, click on the link below: http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/ocean/oceanography/index.html Please update your bookmarks or favorites. Read More
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OGC: The inside scoop (Quarterdeck 6.2, Oceanography, Texas A&M University)

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Quarterdeck, Volume 6, Number 2, Summer1998 The inside scoop Advice and hints about becoming an oceanographer by Mike Peccini If you're a high school student or undergraduate, youmay have discovered that the road to oceanography is not well defined. Witha shortage of available information about entering the field, it may bedifficult to figure out what academic and extracurricular experiences willhelp you get into graduate school to study oceanography. Like most problems, this one is best solved with thebenefit of a little hindsight. I asked Texas A&M University graduatestudents and faculty to offer advice about what it takes to succeed in oceanography. Their main counsel is that the right high school andundergraduate experiences can be an enormous help to anyone with an interestin Read More
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ONR Science & Technology Focus: Oceanography

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Oceanography Space Sciences Blow the Ballast! CyberMail Search/Site Map 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 Read More
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Ptown :: Lodging, Rentals, Real Estate, Arts, Entertainment, Restaurants, Shopping, and More :: Cape Cod, MA :: Provincetown.com

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Find Provincetown: Rooms Vacation Rentals Homes Apartments Art Entertainment & Events PROVINCETOWN GUIDE Accommodations Arts & Theater Community Dining Entertainment Health & Fitness Museums & Tours Outdoor Parties Real Estate Shopping Transportation DIRECTORY People & Business FUN FEATURES Annual Events Live WebCam Photo Gallery ABOUT US Advertise with Us About Us :: Weather Tide Charts :: Home Provincetown :: Thursday, November 22nd 2007 shopping_video2 Need the Quicktime plug-in? Get it here>> ? IN SHOPPING Holiday Sales The fall is a great time to shop in Provincetown. Sales abound, the weather is mild and the diversity of the town's stores can be enjoyed at leisure . . . See full story >> ::Advertisement IN DINING Thanksgiving at Land's End Shopping, dining and history - it's th Read More
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Reef Ball Foundation Designed Artificial Reefs

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skip to: page content | links on this page | site navigation | footer (site information) The Reef Ball Foundation-Designed Artificial Reefs Photo Database | News | Videos | World Mapping System Products (Reef Balls) Projects Uses Reef Building Contact Translations Links Brochure / Features | Styles | Concrete Specifics | Technical Specifics | Pricing | Construction Manual (Password needed) Mapping System | Projects Database | News | Needing Sponsorship | Needing Volunteers | Calendar | GPS Coordinates Habitat Enhancement | Fishing/Diving | Coral Planting | Mangrove Pots | Erosion | Oyster Restoration | Science/Education Step By Step Guide (PDF) | Getting Funding | Buying Molds | Become Contractor | Contractors | Research | Consulting | MySpace | Facebook | 2nd Life | Contact Info | Email:r Read More
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San Jose Mercury News - Home

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Print Services: Subscribe Home Delivery Newsletters Mobile Edition RSS Search home news business tech sports entertainment life & style opinion my city help jobs cars real estate classifieds shopping place an ad Get weather for: San Jose, California Now: 47°F High: 55°F Low: 37°F 5-day forecast --> breaking news obituaries crime health / science politics nation / world special reports education traffic weather weird news corrections real estate green energy special reports financial markets personal finance venture capital drive / automotive press releases news opinion sectors companies personal tech 49ers raiders giants a's sharks warriors high schools colleges golf sabercats snow reports other sports scores / stats celebrities restaurants movies television music horoscopes comics events Read More
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Satellite Geodesy, IGPP, SIO, UCSD | Global Topography | Measured and estimated seafloor topography

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MEASURED AND ESTIMATED SEAFLOOR TOPOGRAPHY NEW! Global Topography V9.1 August 21, 2007 NEW! SRTM30_PLUS V2.0 July 29, 2006 Reference: Smith, W. H. F., and D. T. Sandwell, Global seafloor topography from satellite altimetry and ship depth soundings, Science, v. 277, p. 1957-1962, 26 Sept., 1997. Quick Contents: Globe Gallery - December 22, 2005 NOAA Predicted Seafloor Topography Concept for new radar altimeter mission Science Paper -Global Seafloor Topography from Satellite Altimetry and Ship Depth Soundings Review Article -Bathymetric Estimation WWW Article -Global Bathymetric Prediction for Ocean Modelling and Marine Geophysics Exploring the Earth from Mars: Essay on Confirming Plate Tectonic Theory - June 5, 2001 Bathymetry from Space: White paper in support of a high-resolution, ocean a Read More
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satftp.soest.hawaii.edu server

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The server http://satftp.soest.hawaii.edu/atlas/ and its contents have been moved. Please update your bookmarks to the new URL http://radlab.soest.hawaii.edu/atlas/ You will NOT be automatically redirected. Read More
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Savage Seas Online

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ANIMATIONS: Wave Machine | Deep Sea Simulator | Trieste | Satellite Viewer Crow's Nest | Captain's Bridge | Deep Sea | Weather Factory PBS Online | Thirteen Online Read More
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Scripps Institution of Oceanography Library

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Avanti: Desktop Delivery & Interlibrary Loan · Course Reserves & Circulation · Hours · Directions · Study Space & Meeting Rooms · GIS · Classes & Consultations: EndNote & More · Contact Us . . ROGER · Ejournals · Key Databases for SIO · Charts & Maps · SIO Publications · SIO eScholarship Repository · Encyclopedias & Handbooks Etc · Scripps Archives · Remote Access to Library Resources Scripps Institution of Oceanography SELECTED DATABASES ABAFR Aquatic Biol, Aquacult & Fish. Res MOFR Marine Ocean. & Freshwater Res. BIOSIS for biology Search Tips & Setting up email alerts Chem Abstracts plus ChemCATS electronic catalog of chemical suppliers ENTREZ genetic sequencing, structures, genomes, including PubMed (Medline) Search Tips GeoRef for geology & geophysics Inspec for instrumentation, acous Read More
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SEA

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Sea Education Association P.O. Box 6 Woods Hole, MA 02543 Phone number: 800-522-3633 Overview Oveview statement. --> Home About SEA Admissions Academics Ships & Crew Voyages Alumni & Parents Support SEA Request Info Sitemap Contact Us Search Detecting Flash 7... Read More
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The Coastal and Arctic Oceanography Home Page

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Coastal and Arctic Oceanography Research Group People Projects Pages Rob Cermak, BS Arctic Winds Data Penny Cohen, BS Baffin Bay Circulation Software David Huntley, BS Arctic Coastal Dynamics NSF Andreas MÜnchow, PhD NJ/DE Inner Shelf Dynamics Links Fadli Syamsudin Canyon and Shelfbreak Dynamics Blake Calendar Hank Statscewich, BS Rio de la Plata Discharge This page was originally constructed with support of the National Science Foundation through Grants OPP-97-08349 and OCE-95-28239 Last Updated: Oct. 14, 1999 North-West Passage , Canada, August 1997 Read More
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The Data Zoo: Center for Coastal Studies

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CCS Data Products | The Data Zoo The Data Zoo The Data Zoo at CCS contains data collected by various California coastal data collection programs and studies. The Data Zoo is brought to you by funding from the Minerals Management Service (MMS). The Data Zoo is part of a project called the Santa Barbara Channel - Santa Maria Basin Study . For a preview of this project please read it's own home page or look at the SBC-SMB directory in the Zoo. This project is still in progress and much of its data is currently unavailable to the public. Its WWW pages are also still under development. However, as permitted throughout the course of the project, data will be moved into exhibits in the Data Zoo for all to see. To serve as a reference there is this document that describes accessing data at CCS. EN Read More
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The Indian Ocean Oceanography and Climatology Virtual Center

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A guided tour ... Links to: The Arabian Sea The Bay of Bengal The Indonesian throughflow The equator The South Equatorial Current The Aghulas current The Leeuwin current Scientific News Forthcoming events Recently past events Recent publications Press release Climate Monsoon EL Ni?o/Dipole Mode Climate Change Paleoclimatology Weather Cyclones Meteorology Oceanography Data Sets Remote Sensing Numerical Models Environment Fisheries Coral Reef International Programs Bibliography Scientific Cruises French Sites Personal Curriculum Vitae Research F.A.Q & Resources Business & Jobs Links Home The Indian Ocean Climatology & Oceanography (IOCO) Gateway La Climatologie et l'Oc?anographie de l'Oc?an Indien (site en anglais) by Jean-Luc Le Blanc Please note that this webpage is no longer being updated Read More
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The OCCAM global model: Japan Sea region

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The OCCAM global model: Japan Sea region Note for off-site users : Animations at four day intervals are by symbolic link only. Off-site users may find difficulty accessing these movies. Copies of these movies are available on request from ftp by contacting A.C.Coward Area defined by the Japan Sea Region 1. Free Surface Height . Animation 1 : model days 2926 to 4382 at a frame interval of 30 days (0.1 MBytes) Animation 2 : model days 2926 to 3654 at a frame interval of 6 days ( 0.7 MByte) Animation 3 : model days 3656 to 4382 at a frame interval of 6 days ( 0.7 MByte) Animation 4: model days 2926 to 3654 at a frame interval of 4 days ( 2.5 MBytes) Animation 5: model days 3656 to 4382 at a frame interval of 4 days ( 2.5 MBytes) All animations show a surface displacement range of -40.0 cms ( Read More
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The Practical Oceanographer: Title Page

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Home Staff Research Links Outreach Software The Practical Oceanographer Title Page Contents Introduction The At-Sea Experience Planning Safety Test Conduct Instrumentation Data Acquisition and Analysis People Other Resources References Acknowledgments APL Safety Manual Nautical Terms Packing Lists Knots I have written this web book to describe my experiences in conducting oceanographic experiments at sea. Working at sea is unlike any other endeavor. It has been my experience that most people are not properly prepared for their first cruise. I know I wasn't. It is my hope that this book will help people prepare to meet the challanges of working at sea. There are three versions of this online book available. The version you are currently viewing utilizes tables to create the index on the sid Read More
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Tidepool

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Tidepool Window into the Sea Tidepools form where pools of water collect in rocky hollows at low tide. There are easier places in the ocean to survive. Tides, temperature, saltiness--all these are constantly changing . Only hardy animals can survive in the tidepool. Most of them are animals without backbones--invertebrates--which are fairly simple compared to other kinds of sea animals, such as fishes and whales. A crab, for example, can grow back a lost claw. A starfish cut in half might grow back into two starfishes! How many fishes can do that? Three basic laws of survival rule life in the tidepool: keep from being washed away by the waves at high tide keep from drying out by the sun at low tide keep from being eaten The plants and animals which live near the top of the tidepool are the Read More
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Treasures@Sea

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||| Enter ||| Franklin Institute Wired@School | Marshall Elementary School Send Comments to Hazel Jobe - Web Editor copyright ? 1998 Read More
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Tropical Atmosphere Ocean (TAO) Project Home Page

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T ropical A tmosphere O cean project Michael J. McPhaden, Director Friday November 23, 2007 (PDT) The TAO Story Real-time data from moored ocean buoys for improved detection, understanding and prediction of El NiÑo and La NiÑa. Warm Water Volume and ENSO Try our new combined Display and Delivery Page which includes more comprehensive data and new features, like the ability to download what you view Home | Project overview | Data display | Data delivery | El NiÑo & La NiÑa | Site map TAO Project Office NOAA | Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory 7600 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA 98115 atlasrt@noaa.gov Credits | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy Read More
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UNCW Aquarius

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You are being redirected automatically to http://www.uncw.edu/aquarius/ . Read More
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University of Rhode Island, Graduate School of Oceanography

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GSO Home Office of Marine Programs Rhode Island Sea Grant Coastal Resources Center Coastal Institute Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting GEMS-NET Back to top Back to top Back to top Marine Outreach at URI GSO's marine outreach programs are spread among a variety of groups. The Office of Marine Programs, the Rhode Island Sea Grant (through Sea Grant Extension), the Coastal Resources Center, and individual faculty and scientists may all engage in outreach programming on an ad hoc basis or through specific programs. As a marine outreach arm of the Office of the Vice Provost for Marine Programs, the Office of Marine Programs (OMP) targets audiences which include scientists and engineers, educators and students at all levels, volunteers, the general public, journalists and Read More
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USDOC/NOAA/NESDIS/National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) Home Page

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Search NGDC Search NOAA About NGDC Data & Information Education News & Features In the Spotlight: California Fire Detections via Satellite NOAA's National Geophysical Data Center (NGDC) provides scientific stewardship, products, and services for geophysical data from the Sun to the Earth and Earth's sea floor and solid earth environment, including Earth observations from space . Learn more about NGDC activities, mission, and organizational structure. New to NGDC? Contacts Send Comments Site Map US Dept of Commerce NOAA > NESDIS >NGDC Privacy Policy, Disclaimer & Copyright questions: ngdc.info@noaa.gov http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/ updated October 24, 2007 Read More
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Valdez Science

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This website depicts the results of key scientific studies of Prince William Sound and the Gulf of Alaska following the Exxon Valdez oil spill. It is intended to serve as a reference guide for anyone interested in understanding scientific assessments of environmental recovery in the spill-affected area. Site Search: © Copyright 2004 ValdezScience.com Web Design Company - 4 Guys Read More
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Welcome to Discovery Education School Resources! School Resources offers clipart, free teaching resources and personalized classroom materials

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Welcome to OCEANIC

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Current projects of OCEANIC are: GOSIC - The Global Observing Systems Information Center The G lobal O bserving S ystems Program is the focus for continuing international work to understand the terrestrial, oceanic and atmospheric components of global change. It provides global and regional data sets and analyses for research, for operational oceanographic and meteorological services; and for monitoring, detection of change, and prediction of future conditions. GOSIC provides a direct route to the GCOS (Global Climate Observing System), GOOS (Global Ocean Observing System) and GTOS (Global Terrestrial Observing System) programs and their data. It describes the components in some detail and provides links to specific projects and their data. International Research Ship Schedules and Informa Read More
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Welcome to Project Oceanography

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Skip Main Page Some links in our program video section may not be accessible at this time. Please be patient as we are improving our site. Copyright ? 1997-2003, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, Tampa, FL 33620 -- (813) 974-2011 Read More
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Welcome to the Frontpage - The Aquatic Network

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Links Contact Us News Home Newsflash Two of the biggest economic engines on Virginia's Eastern Shore these days - shellfish farming and waterfront development - are headed for a showdown. Read more . Main Menu Home Community Features Marketplace News Opportunities Resources FAQs Search Contact Us Links User Menu AquaStore Post Job Openings Post Job Wanted Advertise Amazon.com Associate Login Form Username Password Remember me Password Reminder No account yet? Create one Syndicate Seafood Gifts Classic Smoked Salmon Gourmet Food Gift Basket View Details Aqua Gear Underwater Adventure Choose your gear and dive in Dive Gear Spotlight Downeast Lobster Rolls! Click here for Details Polls What is the major reason for the decline in shark populations? Accidential capture as bycatch in fishing Read More
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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

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