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Careers in oceanography and marine-related fields
|Statement||produced for the Oceanographer of the Navy and the Office of Naval Research; edited by D. James Baker and Vicky Cullen.|
|Contributions||Baker, D. James., Cullen, Vicky., United States. Navy. Oceanographer of the Navy., United States. Office of Naval Research., Oceanography Society (Washington, D.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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An oceanographer can work at sea, in a laboratory or at a desk writing research papers. The. Get this from a library. Careers in oceanography and marine-related fields. [D James Baker; Vicky Cullen; E C Keller; T Anne Hawkins; United States.
Navy Department. Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy.; United States. Office of Naval Research.; Oceanography Society (Virginia Beach, Va.);]. Guide to Non-Traditional Careers in Science. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor & Francis Publishers, National Sea Grant College Program.
Marine Science Careers: A Sea Grant Guide to Ocean Opportunities. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, The Oceanography Society.
Careers in Oceanography and Marine-Related Fields. Washington, D.C. Individuals in oceanography and marine-related fields need a good background in at least one area of basic science (for example, geology, physics, chemistry, or biology) or engineering.
In almost all cases, mathematics is required as well. Careers in Oceanography Balancing on the deck of a research ship stationed a few miles out to sea; a crewman closes the vault-like door of a submersible.
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