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OCNOptical Carrier Level N
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OCNOceanography
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OCNOriginal Cost New
OCNOffice of Child Nutrition
OCNOptillingscondensatieniveau (Dutch: lifting condensation level)
OCNOrange County News Channel
OCNOf Course Not
OCNOther Carrier Networks (Sprint)
OCNOutpatient Care Network
OCNOncology Certified Nurse
OCNOpen Computer Network
OCNOperating Company Number (NANPA)
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The world of research and education in ocean science and technology is increasingly complex and rapidly changing," said David Farmer, Dean of the Graduate School of Oceanography.
So far, over 681 scientists including 576 from India and 105 from 34 other countries have been trained at this centre in various aspects of operational oceanography.
Dan Banks, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Professional Development Center
In the near future, WCD will offer users a full suite of educational programs customized for participants of all ages developed in conjunction with Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
The subject of the order is: delivery of a vacuum concentrator with four rotors, a pump and a freezer, hereinafter referred to as equipment, for the Department of Marine Biotechnology of the Institute of Oceanography of the University of Gdansk.
The Senate committee members gave these remarks during a visit to the National Institute of Oceanography here on Monday.
Persian Gulf, which has been equppied with the state-of-the-art maritime research and oceanography tools, systems and equipment is 50 meters long and 10 meters wide and it weighs 900 tons.
Yoder comes to the Institution from the University of Rhode Island (URI), where he was a professor of oceanography.
Beebe was a famous naturalist who became obsessed with oceanography, and had his own research station off Bermuda, along with the support of many industrialists of his times.
Scientists have been surveying the abundance of fish off the eastern coast of Nova Scotia since 1970, says Trevor Platt of the Bedford Institute of Oceanography in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
I'm interested in volcanology and geology - and also marine biology and oceanography,'' said Matthew, whose father, Stephen Lee, teaches geology and oceanography at Pierce College in Woodland Hills.
Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (NYSE: TDY) announced today that Teledyne Marine, a group of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated businesses, and the Instrument Development Group (IDG) of Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego have formed an alliance intended to advance the state of the art of autonomous underwater glider systems.
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