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The Oceanography Society was founded in 1988 to disseminate knowledge of oceanography and its application through research and education, to promote communication among oceanographers, and to provide a constituency for consensus-building across all the disciplines of the field.  Learn more > 


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oceanography magazine

Chronicling all aspects of ocean science and its applications

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June 2014

Undersea Natural Hazards
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March 2014

Changing Ocean Chemistry
 

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Hands-On Oceanography

Activities for Undergraduate and Graduate Classes
 
 
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Career Profiles

Exploring
Career Options,
Job-Hunting Advice
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Teaching Physical Concepts

Engage Students in Hands-On Activities
 

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Jerlov Award

For Contributions to Our Knowledge of Light in the Ocean
 
 
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Munk Award

For Distinguished Research Related to Sound and the Sea
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TOS Fellows

For Outstanding Contributions to Oceanography or Its Applications
 
  Nominations Due June 1, 2016   Nominations Due March 31, 2015   Nominations Due October 31, 2014

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Oct 26–31, 2014
Portland, Maine
Abstract deadline: May 15, 2014
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Nov 17–21, 2014
Barcelona, Spain

Abstract deadline: May 31, 2014
 

 
   

NEWS

ANNOUNCEMENT
Rick Murray to be the next Director of the Ocean Sciences Division at NSF.

ANNOUNCEMENT
On May 9, President Obama named Richard Spinrad chief scientist of NOAA.

COMPETITION
Registration is now open for the Wendy Schmidt Ocean Health XPRIZE: Turning the Tide on Ocean Health.

SCHOLARSHIPS/
FELLOWSHIPS
Fund your research and professional development in Australia: Endeavour scholarship/fellowships.

CALL FOR INPUT
BBC is soliciting ideas,  content, and contacts for their upcoming seven-part series Ocean: New Frontiers.

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