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oceanography in Oceanography topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoceanographyo‧cean‧og‧ra‧phy /ˌəʊʃənˈɒɡrəfi $ ˌoʊʃənˈɑːɡ-/ noun [uncountable]  HEOthe scientific study of the oceanoceanographer noun [countable]
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oceanographySome sort of hush-hush oceanography, probably for oil.I am working on my Masters degree in oceanography.I can remember when I first read about her back in the late 1960s in a book on oceanography.Maury had just completed Physical Geography of the Sea, the first textbook on oceanography published in 1855.I used to want to study oceanography, but somehow I let my father talk me out of that.There are evident applications to oceanography.The obvious relevance to oceanography has already been mentioned, but it is far from being the only field of application.