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Ozeanographie Water masses UDC 551.465.1 551.465.11 551.465.12 551.465.16

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Ice UDC 551.467

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Coastal oceanography UDC 551.468

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Marine geology UDC 551.35

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Gravimetry UDC 551.35.550.31

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Seismology UDC 551.35.550.34

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Shelf geology UDC 551.351

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Deep-sea geology UDC 551.352

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Continents UDC 551.41

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Islands UDC 551.42

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Geomagnetism Generalities UDC 550.38

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Geomagnetic technique (methods, equipment, observatories) UDC 550.380

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