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Adventures in Oceanography and Teaching
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British Oceanographic Data Centre
Latest news from the British Oceanographic Data Centre (BODC). BODC is a national facility for preserving and distributing oceanographic and marine data. Staff have direct experience of marine data collection and analysis and they work alongside information technology specialists to ensure that the biological, chemical, physical and geophysical data handled are documented and stored for current and future use.
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Cephalopodcast
Science education plus ocean information and stuff.
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Deep Sea News
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Deep-Sea News
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Gulf Oil Spill
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Home of the Great Southern Coccolithophore Belt Research Expeditions
Scientists, Sampling, and the Southern Ocean
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Mola Mola
Science, seas, statistics and society
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More Grumbine Science
Thoughts and notes on science from another blogging Grumbine.
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NEPTUNE Canada Installation
An account of NEPTUNE Canada ocean network\'s adventurous voyages to install scientific instruments on the seafloor in the northeast Pacific.
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NEPTUNE Canada News
Stories about our seafloor observatory and the science people are doing with the data we're collecting from the ocean.
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Ocean of Hope: Marine Animals Voice Their Wishes
This blog is by the marine animals that are on the front line of the many changes (climate change, acidification, pollution, and overfishing)happening to their ocean world.
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Ocean Portal
At the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History's Ocean Portal, we focus on everything ocean: unusual and everyday organisms, ocean-inspired art, researchers devoting their lives to exploring the still mostly mysterious ocean. The Ocean Portal Blog is where we invite guest bloggers to share their research or opinions about on-going ocean issues.
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Ocean Simplified
Everything and Anything about the Ocean, Simply
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oceanicexplorer
I'm Steve Pogonowski, a former journalist/media relations contractor turned marine biology student. I currently live in the small coastal town (some call it a city: population 32,000) of Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia. I'm making a return to blogging after starting first year of a Bachelor of Environmental Science (Marine Biology) at Deakin University in Warrnambool. Specialisation in that pretty wide field is still to be decided but I'm pretty keen on conservation of fish stocks, looking at ways to change the laws on whaling and basically finding out more about human effect on the oceanic food webs.
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Oceanographer's Choice
Oceanography, marine ecology, and other (mostly) ocean-related stuff by a grad student in Seattle. Nekton, plankton, pings, and backscatter.
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Paleowave
Paleowave is just another [geo/climate] science blog that predominantly focuses on a poorly represented area in the geoscientific blogosphere: paleoceanography & paleoseismology.
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The Waveform Diary: a blog of science and comics
Interviews with scientists: describing what they do using comics and illustrations.
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UnderPressure
A variety of specialized instruments to monitor pressure, temperature, and other parameters are providing insights into a wide variety of processes active in both the ocean above and Earth\'s crust below the NEPTUNE Canada seafloor network. The goal of this blog will be to share, with a series of short articles, some interesting observations and insights by some of the scientists watching the ocean and earth via these specialized instruments.
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Words in mOcean
Marine Science Blog Posts and Features
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