Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society
Volume 29 Issue 01

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Volume 29, No. 1
Pages 104 - 105


THE OCEANOGRAPHY CLASSROOM • Higher and Higher in Education

Simon Boxall
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Some of you reading this article will have been frantically searching for references for that essay on Gulf Stream variability due tomorrow, and of course, where better to find those key papers than in Oceanography? But what next? When you have your undergraduate degree in marine sciences, will you aim higher? Alternatively, it may be that your first degree is in physics and, having read about the excitement of oceanography, you want to change career direction—a perfectly understandable career shift.


Boxall, S. 2016. Higher and higher in education. Oceanography 29(1):104–105, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2016.24.

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