The Oceans, their physics, chemistry and general biology, 1941.

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Sverdrup, H. U. (Harald Ulrik), 1888-1957. The Oceans, their physics, chemistry and general biology, 1941.

The Oceans, their physics, chemistry and general biology, 1941.

The accession consists of a typescript of The Oceans, Their Physics, Chemistry and General Biology, by Harald Ulrik Sverdrup, Martin W. Johnson and Richard H. Fleming dated 1941. The typescript is bound in thirteen volumes.

13 volumes.

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Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Library. Archives.

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Johnson, Martin W. (Martin Wiggo), 1893-1984

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Sverdrup, H.U. (Harald Ulrik), 1888-1957

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Sverdrup, meteorologist, oceanographer, and Polar explorer, was the chief of the scientific staff on Raold Amundsen's Maud expeditions (1917-1925) and on the Wilkins-Ellsworth submarine expedition (1931) to the Arctic. From the description of Papers, 1928-1942. (Dartmouth College Library). WorldCat record id: 237352129 ...

Fleming, Richard H. (Richard Howell), 1909-1989

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Richard H. Fleming (1909-1986), was an oceanographer and chaired the University of Washington Oceanography Department from 1951 to 1967. Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Fleming received his Ph. D. from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. He worked for the Division of War Research of the University of California and then served as the chief oceanographer for the U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office in Washington, D.C., 1946-1951, joining the UW faculty in 1951. Fleming was an active advocate of...