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Ocean Life


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Ocean Life

Life in the coastal ocean

A Life on the Ocean Wave

Life on the Ocean Wave, A

‘Launched into the ocean of life’ Navigating the Transition to Womanhood in 1850s Fiction

Vertical distribution, life cycle and body allometry of two oceanic calanoid copepods (Pleuromamma scutullata and Heterorhabdus tanneri) in the Oyashio region, western North Pacific Ocean

Life in a warming ocean: thermal thresholds and metabolic balance of arctic zooplankton

Trophic interactions and life strategies of epi- to bathypelagic calanoid copepods in the tropical Atlantic Ocean

Introduction to Marginal Centers: Writing Life Histories in the Indian Ocean World

Fragments of an Indian Ocean Life: Aristide Corroller Between Islands and Empires

Multidisciplinary perspectives on the history of human interactions with life in the ocean

Ocean of breath (location of human life energy according to Chinese religion):

The life cycle and immature stages of Kallima albofasciata, the endemic Oakleaf, in the Andaman Islands (Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal)

Physiological response and resilience of early life-stage Eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica) to past, present and future ocean acidification

KRISHNAN, Kariamanikkam Srinivasa (1898 - 1961), Hon. Fell., Instn. Telecom. Engineers, 1955; Hon. Mem. Indian Inst. Metals, 1957; Hon. Mem. Operational Research Club, 1957; Meml Council of Honour, Soc. for Visiting Scientists, 1960; Director National Physica. Laboratory of India, since 1947; National Professor since 1958; Hon. Visiting Prof., Delhi Univ., since 1958; Hon. Prof., Ind. Assoc. Cultivation of Science, since 1958; Pres. Nat. Institute of Sciences of India, 1953–54; Pres. Nat. Acad. of Sciences, India, 1945–46; Founder Pres. Bharathi Tamil Sangam; Pres. Delhi Tamil Sangam; Vice-Pres. Indian Acad. of Sciences, 1939–47; Vice-Pres. Indian Assoc. for the Cultivation of Science, 1945–49 and 1953–56; Vice-Pres. Indian Standards Institution, 1953–55; Pres. Physics Section Indian Science Congress, 1939–40; General Pres. Indian Science Congress, 1948–49; Chm., Bd of Res. in Nuclear Science since 1955; Mem. Indian Atomic Energy Commn since 1948; Mem. Scientific Advisory Cttee, to Cabinet, since 1956; First President Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 1955–57; Pres. Inst. Metals, India, 1957 and 1958; Chm. Radio Research Cttee since 1950; Mem. Gov. Body CSIR, since 1956; Mem. Board of Scientific and Industrial Research, since 1942; Bd of Engineering Research, since 1953; Mem. Central Adv. Bd Educn, 1956–; Mem. Standing Bd Astronomy, 1956–; Vice-Pres., Internat. Council of Scientific Unions since 1955, and of Internat. Union of Pure and Applied Physics, 1951–57; Mem. Exec. Cttee Internat. Union Crystallography, 1951–54; Mem. Internat. Commission of Weights and Measures, 1958–; Chm. Scientific Advisory Cttee, Unesco, 1955; Chm. Unesco Ed Cttee, Modern Research Trends in Natural Sciences, 1960; Mem. Universities Grants Commission, 1957–; Chairman Indian National Cttee, Internat. Geophys. Year since 1955; Mem. Central Council Sanskrit Education, 1958–; Chm. Sci. Sub-Cttee for Cooperation with Unesco; India’s Representative Pan-Indian Ocean Sci. Assoc., 1957–; Life Mem. Senate Roorkee Univ., 1951–

 

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Between the seashore and the deep ocean there exists an enormous diversity of marine life. This diversity stems from the wide variety of marine habitats found in the world's oceans ...

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