oceanography oceanography  /ˌoʊ ʃə ˈnɑ ɡrə fi/


  • (n) the branch of science dealing with physical and biological aspects of the oceans


  1. Such a laboratory makes oceanography a rugged science.
  2. After receiving a doctorate in fisheries and oceanography from the University of Michigan, he began shaping his ideas.
  3. Now scheduled for at least 16 segments, the program will explore oceanography, the megalopolis, transportation, housing, computers, demography, education and leisure.


  1. Beginning Surf Lessons - Beginning Surf Lessons

    Surfers will spend a week in small peer groups that are age and skill appropriate. Essential skills include balance training, paddling, the "pop-up", oceanography, and catching waves. Dedicated counselors and a low staff/student ratio, ensure safety and allows for individual instruction.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

  2. THE SECRET LIFE OF RESEARCHERS: Creating your own opportunities

    By Whitney Bernstein Visit the Museum of Science, Boston this week. Proceed to the Blue wing up the escalators and to the left of the butterfly exhibit. There you will find Ocean Stories, an exhibit housed in the Art Science Gallery, a 2000-square-foot gallery twenty feet tall. By exploring Ocean Stories, you will discover oceanography translated through the prism of artwork.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Tech

  3. SIO in La Jolla honors filmmaker James Cameron for support of deep sea exploration

    Filmmaker James Cameron stepped out from behind the camera and into the spotlight last week as recipient of the 2013 Nierenberg Prize for Science in the Public Interest, bestowed by Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO).
    on June 6, 2013     Source: La Jolla Light

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