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Study the origins, behavior, diseases, genetics, and life processes of animals and wildlife of the marine environment.
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[MARINE_BIOLOGY_INTERNATIONAL] Dolphins and whales internship program in Sardinia Island, Italy | Science News

[MARINE_BIOLOGY_INTERNATIONAL] Dolphins and whales ...: An internship period with the BDRI offers an invaluable ...
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Pat'sBlog: On This Day in Math - Jan 14

Pat'sBlog: On This Day in Math - Jan 14 | Marine Biologist | Scoop.it
He was the first person to undertake a systematic and comprehensive study of the ocean. His work on oceanography and navigation led to an international conference (Brussels, 1853) the first ever of its kind in the world.
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Ocean study seeks climate change answers | Catastrophic ...

Ocean study seeks climate change answers. Posted on January 9, 2012 by admin. Far into the Southern Ocean a team of scientists and their expensive machine are working to find out if the seas will continue to do us a favour by soaking up ...
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Prison Planet.com » Is Marine desecration video a new Abu Ghraib?

Prison Planet.com » Is Marine desecration video a new Abu Ghraib? | Marine Biologist | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON — A video appearing to show U.S. Marines urinating on the bodies of dead Taliban fighters promises to become an enduring memory of the Afghan war and is already drawing sharp reaction from across the ...
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AGU journal highlights -- Jan. 13, 2012 - EurekAlert (press release)

AGU journal highlights -- Jan. 13, 2012EurekAlert (press release)Waste recycling primary source of energy in deep ocean In the dark reaches of the deep ocean, far from the photosynthesizing plants and plankton that fuel life in the surface waters,...
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