Definitions

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  • adj. relating to oceanography, the science of oceans

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Relating to or connected with oceanography.

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Examples

  • There are few systematic long-term oceanographic observations in the marine Arctic, except perhaps in the European sector.

    Arctic climate variability in the twentieth century

  • Arctic Ocean Long-term oceanographic time series from the Arctic Ocean deep basins are scarce.

    Variability in hydrographic properties and currents in the Arctic

  • The scientists also found that large-scale climate fluctuations, such as the El-Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO), affect phytoplankton on a year-to-year basis, by changing short-term oceanographic conditions.

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  • Factors that determine coral growth and calcification rates include competition for space; water quality; salinity; diseases; irradiance; currents; large-scale and long-term oceanographic oscillations; SST (sea surface temperature); temperature stress; and carbonate saturation state.

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  • Once there, he'd conduct what the Navy officially termed oceanographic research, which in the case of USS Dallas meant that she'd spend all the time possible trailing Soviet missile submarines.

    The Cardinal of the Kremlin

  • Individual locations at sea where samples are taken are referred to as oceanographic stations.

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  • And ultimately, they'll be able to use this interface to access related data such as oceanographic data or diving data from that same location at the same time.

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  • After that, I turned on the TV to one of the FCC regulated channels to see what the national weather service of the national oceanographic and atmospheric administration determined the weather was going to be like using satellites designed, built, and launched by the national aeronautics and space administration.

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  • “By choosing among 20 buttons holding archives of information, called “layers” by Google, a visitor can read logs of oceanographic expeditions, see old film clips from the heyday of Jacques-Yves Cousteau and check daily Navy maps of sea temperatures.”

    hughstimson.org » Blog Archive » Google Earth Gets Oceans, Time

  • Xinhua/Zuma Press The Jiaolong surfaces from a dive in the South China Sea in July 2010 The Jiaolong—named after a mythical sea-dragon—left China on board an oceanographic research ship on July 1.

    China to Dive for Buried Treasures

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