By Paul M. Fye (auth.), Mary Sears, Daniel Merriman (eds.)
This quantity, "Oceanography: The Past," is the court cases of the 3rd Inter nationwide Congress at the historical past of Oceanography, prepared less than the auspices of the Woods gap Oceanographic establishment at Woods gap, Massachusetts, united states, September 22-26, 1980. The Congress is part of the year-long get together of the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Woods gap Oceanographic establishment. will probably be via an meeting, September 29 -October 2, within which invited audio system will tackle the query, ''Will we use the oceans wisely-the subsequent SO years in oceanogra phy?" The papers from the meeting may also be released by means of Springer-Verlag as "Oceanography: the current and Future," a better half quantity to this booklet. the 1st overseas Congress at the heritage of Oceanography used to be held on the Musee Ocean~graphique in Monaco, December 12-17, 1966. It coincided with the centennial of the start of the celebrated profession of Prince Albert I as a pupil and client of oceanography, for it was once in 1866 that he first went to sea-on the armored frigate Tetuan of the Royal Spanish military. the result of this Congress have been released as fifty seven papers within the Bulletin de l'Institut Oceanogra phique (special no. 2, vols. 1-3, pp. XLII + 807, 1968).
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Woodcock who, starting as an assistant to Iselin in the very early days, has been pUblishing penetrating studies of everyday things for the past 40 years. He finds sermons in soaring seagulls, salt spray and rain drops. 30 G. E. R. Deacon from overseas had grants and fellowships; formal and informal seminars became more frequent, and there were regular meetings with the ocean-circulation group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). There were also more university affiliations. By 1960 there was a formal summer course in geophysical fluid dynamics which continues as an influential annual event with a majority of participants from other laboratories, many of them overseas.
164 pp. (mimeographed). Bigelow, H. B. 1948. Dr. Lillie and the founding of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Address at Lillie Memorial Meeting, Woods Hole, April 11,1948. BioI. Bull. 95(2),157-158. Bigelow, H. B. and Welsh, W. W. 1925. Fishes of the Gulf of Maine. Bull. U. S. Bur. , 40(1),1-567. Bigelow, H. B. 1926. Plankton of the offshore waters of the Gulf of Maine. Bull. U. S. Bur. , 40(2), 1-509. Bigelow, H. B. 1927. Physical oceanography of the Gulf of Maine. Bull. S. Bur. Fish.
In his own words, "in that freezing, shivering The Oceanographic and How It Grew 21 community, both men and women soon became very close to each other. " It must have been much the same kind of community, though on a smaller scale, as the one at Los Alamos that the Manhattan Project scientists still remember with such nostalgil. Because of the experience of World War II, the Navy and other government agencies became convinced that much more needed to be learned about the oceans, if new and rapidly changing technologies were to be utilized effectively.
Oceanography: The Past: Proceedings of the Third International Congress on the History of Oceanography, held September 22–26, 1980 at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, USA on the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of t by Paul M. Fye (auth.), Mary Sears, Daniel Merriman (eds.)