Marine Resources Development And Management A Report On The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Sea Grant Program July 1975 - June 1976
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Marine Resources Development And Management A Report On The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Sea Grant Program July 1975 - June 1976

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    The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution through its five departments, Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Geophysics, Physical Oceanography, and Ocean Engineering, and its Marine Policy and Ocean Management Program, is conducting research in all phases of Marine Science, Ocean Engineering, and Marine Policy and Management. Thi​s program has broadened some what during the past year to include research in Aquaculture, Living Resources, Marine Economics, Ocean Law-Coastal, Socio political Studies, Ocean Engineering, and Marine Environ mental Research and the development of one course in Coastal Zone Management at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. The thrust of our program is aimed at Marine Resources Development and Management on a broad scale, but some of our researches have begun to focus on local problems in cooperation with the Falmouth Shellfish Warden and Waterways Committee and the Martha's Vineyard Commission. We are encouraging members of our Staff to be responsive to the needs of individuals or groups in the Coastal Zone and elsewhere who exhibit practical problems which we can help solve.
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    WHOI-Q-76-001
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