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[Auch erschienen als: Contribution of the Scripps Instn. of Oceanogr. No. 270.]27, 1946.No. 4, S. 561. Recent developments in oceanography at the United States Navy Hydrooceanography at the United States Navy Hydrographic Office. R. O. Glover. — Research within physical oceanography and submarine geology at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography during April 1944 to April 1945. H. U. Sverdrup, (and Staff). [Auch erschienen als: Contribution of the Scripps Instn. of Oceanogr. No. 270.]27, 1946.No. 4, S. 564. Further requirements in oceanographic research for naval ordnance applications. L. H. Rumbaugh. — Research within physical oceanography and submarine geology at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography during April 1944 to April 1945. H. U. Sverdrup, (and Staff). [Auch erschienen als: Contribution of the Scripps Instn. of Oceanogr. No. 270.]27, 1946.No. 4, S. 566. The oceanographic work of the United States Coast Guard in 1945 and plans for 1946. J. F. 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