Introduction to Physical Oceanography
by Robert H. Stewart
Number of pages: 353
This book is written for upper-division undergraduates and new graduate students in meteorology, ocean engineering, and oceanography. Because these students have a diverse background, I have emphasized ideas and concepts more than mathematical derivations.
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- U.S. Government Printing Office
This volume examines the current knowledge about the hard mineral resources within the EEZ, explores the economic and security potential of seabed resources, and assesses the technologies available to both explore for and mine those resources.
- National Academies Press
This report describes research opportunities in statistics and applied probability arising in physical oceanographic applications. The intended audience are statisticians and people with a background in statistical applications to science.
by Rick Chapman
Author wrote this book to describe his experiences in conducting oceanographic experiments at sea. Working at sea is unlike any other endeavor. It has been the author's experience that most people are not properly prepared for their first cruise.
by Matthias Tomczak - Daya Publishing House
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