OTHER WORDS FROM oceanographyo·cea·nog·ra·pher, nouno·cea·no·graph·ic [oh-shuh-nuh-graf-ik], /ˌoʊ ʃə nəˈgræf ɪk/, o·cea·no·graph·i·cal, adjectiveo·cea·no·graph·i·cal·ly, adverb
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If the last century of exploring the solar system was about coming to grips with alien geology, Hansen says, this coming century is going to be about oceanography — getting a grip on the strange seas in our own solar system.A century of astronomy revealed Earth’s place in the universe|Lisa Grossman|July 21, 2021|Science News
Going it alone would “be equivalent to a microbiologist studying microbes in the ocean and not knowing anything about oceanography,” he says.Wildfires launch microbes into the air. How big of a health risk is that?|Megan Sever|April 13, 2021|Science News
Then as now, the magazine’s readers feasted on a smorgasbord of delicious tidbits from a menu encompassing all flavors of science — from the atom to outer space, from agriculture to oceanography, from transportation to, of course, food and nutrition.We’ve covered science for 100 years. Here’s how it has — and hasn’t — changed|Tom Siegfried|April 2, 2021|Science News
They followed the asphalt avenue, between two narrow dense gardens, leading to the Museum of Oceanography.
The Museum of Oceanography could wait; it would not move away during his absence from the point on the rock of Monaco.
The Casino spread its influence in every direction, reaching even the Museum of Oceanography.
At present he was standing on an asphalt square, opposite the steps of the Museum of Oceanography.
Thalassog′raphy, the science of the ocean, oceanography; Thalassom′eter, a tide-gauge.