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201 HATCHER, B.G. MANN, K.H. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Volume 32:1 Above-ground Production of Marsh Cordgrass (Sartina alterniflora) Near the Northern End of Its Range
Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1975, 
HATCHER, B.G.. Above-ground Production of Marsh Cordgrass (Sartina alterniflora) Near the Northern End of Its Range. Halifax: Dalhousie University, (1975). Pp. 83-87. Reprint from Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Volume 32, no. 1. Large 8vo, stapled green card covers. Vg. 5.00

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202 HATCHER, B.G. Marine Biology 43 Apparatus for Measuring Photosynthesis and Resperation of Intact Large Marine Algae and Comparison of Results with Those from Experiments with Tissue Segments.
Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1977, 
HATCHER, B.G.. An Apparatus for Measuring Photosynthesis and Resperation ofIntact Large Marine Algae and Comparison of Results with Those from Experi ments with Tissue Segments. Halifax: Dalhousie University, (1977). Pp. [381]-385. Reprint from Marine Biology 43. Large 8vo, stapled white wraps. Vg. 5.00

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203 HEEZEN, Bruce C. and Charles D. HOLLISTER Face of the Deep. no dj
Oxford University Press, New York, 1971, 
HEEZEN, Bruce C. and Charles D. HOLLISTER. The Face of the Deep. N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 1971. Pp 659. Illustrated. 4to, blue cloth. Vg. 20.00

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204 HERMAN, Yvonne (ed.) Marine Geology and Oceanography of the Arctic Seas. First Edition in dustjacket
Springer-Verlag, New York / Heidelberg / Berlin, 1974, ISBN:0387066284 
HERMAN, Yvonne (ed.). Marine Geology and Oceanography of the Arctic Seas. New York / Heidelberg / Berlin : Springer-Verlag, 1974. First Edition. Pp (4),v-ix,(1),1-397,(1). Illustrated. Maps. Index. Double Column. 4to, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine. Contents : 1. Physical Oceanography of Arctic and Subarctic Seas (by Lawrence K. Coachman and Knut Aagaard). 2. Topography of the Arctic Ocean (by Yvonne Herman). 3. Tectonic History of the Arctic Basins: Partial Solutions and Unsolved Mysteries (by Peter R. Vogt and Otis E. Avery). 4. Tectonic Setting and Cenozoic Sedimentary History of theBering Sea (by C. Hans Nelson, David M. Hopkins, and David W. Scholl). 5. Geological Oceanography of the Bering Shelf (by Ghanshyam D. Sharma). 6. Holocene Sedimentary Framework, East-Central Bering Sea Continental Shelf (byHarley J. Knebel, Joe S. Creager, and Ronald J. Echols). 7. Sedimentation in the Beaufort Sea: A Synthesis (by Angi Satyanarayan Naidu). 8. Recent Sediments of the East Siberian Sea (by Frederic P. Naugler, Norman Silverberg, and Joe S. Creager). 9. Holocene History of the Laptev Sea Continental Shelf (by Mark L. Holmes and Joe S. Creager). 10. Sediment Distribution in Deep Areas of the Northern Kara Sea (by John A. Andrew and Joseph H. Kravitz). 11. Subarctic Pleistocene Molluscan Fauna (by Sergei L. Troitskiy). 12. The Neogene Period in the Subarctic Sector of the Pacific (by Yuri B. Gladenkov). 13. Arctic Ocean Sediments, Microfauna, and the Climatic Record in Late Cenozoic Time (by Yvonne Herman). 14. Atmospheric Circulation during theOnset and Maximum Development of the Wisconsin/Wrm Ice Age (by Hubert Hor ace Lamb). 15. Possible Causes of Glaciations (by Edward Peter Jacobus van den Heuvel, and Peter Buurman). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good in dustjacket. 35./00

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205 HERRINGTON, William C. Occasional Paper No. 11. Operation of the Japanese Fishery Management System.
Law of the Sea Institute, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, R.I., 1971, 
HERRINGTON, William C. Operation of the Japanese Fishery Management System.August 1971. (Kingston, R.I.): Law of the Sea Institute, University of Rho de Island, 1971. Pp 21. 4to, black comb bound with olive green printed cardcovers. Occasional Paper No. 11. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 4059. Covers rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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206 HIRTLE, R.W.M. MANN, K.H. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, volume 35:37 Distance Chemoreception and Vision in the Selection of Prey by American Lobster (Homarus americanus)
Dalhousie University, Halifax, 1978, 
HIRTLE, R.W.M.. Distance Chemoreception and Vision in the Selection of Preyby American Lobster (Homarus americanus). Halifax: Dalhousie University, ( 1978). Pp. 1006-1008. Reprint from Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada, volume 35 no. 37. Large 8vo, stapled blue car covers. Vg. 5.00

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207 HOLME, N.A. and A.D. MCINTYRE McINTYRE, A.D. IBP Handbook No. 16) Methods for the Study of Marine Benthos. pbk.
Blackwell Scientific, Oxford, 1971, ISBN:063206420x 
HOLME, N.A. and A.D. McINTYRE. Methods for the Study of Marine Benthos . Edited by N.A. Holme and A.D. McIntyre. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific, (1971).First Printing. Pp. [i]-xii,1-334,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with sunned spine. IBP Handbook No. 16. Contents: 1. Introduction: Design of Sampling Programmes, 2. Position Fixing, 3. Measurement of the Physical and Chemical Environment, 4. Photography and Television, 5. Diving, 6. Macrofauna Sampling, 7. Meiofauna and Microfauna Sampling, 8. Efficiency of Benthos Sampling Gear, 9. Aids and Methods for Working Benthos Samplers, 10. Treatment and Sorting of Samples, 11. Phytobenthos Sampling and Estimation of Primary Production, 12. Energy Flow Measurement. Owner's stamp, else vg. 35.00

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208 HOLZER, Kerstin BORGES, Elisabeth Mann) Elisabeth Mann Borgese : Ein Lebensportrait
Kindler, 2002, ISBN:3463404141 
(BORGES, Elisabeth Mann). HOLZER, Kerstin. Elisabeth Mann Borges : Ein Lebensportrait. (Berlin): Kindler, (2002). Pp 239. Illustrated with numerous photos to text. 8vo, blue cloth; the text is in German. This is a biography of the "Queen of the Oceans", scientist Elizabeth Mann Borges who dedicated much of her life to the protection and preservation of the world's oceans and its resources. She was the daughter of the author Thomas Mann. ProfessorBorges lived in Halifax and taught at Dalhousie University in the later ye ars of her life. Very good in dj. 25.00

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209 HORSFIELD, Brenda and Peter Bennet STONE STONE, Peter Bennet Great Ocean Business. 1st UK in dj signed by Stone
Hodder and Stoughton, 1972, ISBN:0340129883 
HORSFIELD, Brenda and Peter Bennet STONE. The Great Ocean Business. L: Hodder and Stoughton, (1972). First Printing. Pp. 360. With [16] pp. of plates.8vo, geen cloth, gilt titles to spine. The book discusses the major stride s in scientific and technological research that have been made and the manyopportunities yet to be realized through the study of the oceans, the eart h's greatest untapped resource. Some occasional inked markings, else vg in edgeworn dj (with one inch tear to the top corner of the front panel of thewrapper). Author's signed gift inscription to the ffep. 30.00

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210 HSU, Kenneth J GLOMAR. Challenger at Sea. in dj.
Princeton UP, 1992, 
HS, Kenneth J. Challenger at Sea: A Ship that Revolutionized Earth Science. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, (1992). Pp 417. 8vo, black cloth. "The famous geological research ship Glomar Challenger was a radically new instrument that revolutionized earth science in the same sense that the cyclotron revolutionized nuclear physics, and its deep-sea drilling voyages, conducted from 1968 through 1983, were some of the great scientific adventures of our time." -from the dj. Vg in slightly rubbed dj. 48.00

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211 Hudson, C.S.S.) Hudson 70
Roger Duhamel, Queen's Printer, 1969, 
(Hudson, C.S.S.). Hudson 70. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1969?]. A folder containing two 8x10 photos, 19 typescript pages of press releases, a map, and a booklet CSS Hudson (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, Queen's Printer, 1967, 24 pp.). A account of the Nov.19, 1969 - Oct 16, 1970 circumnavigation of the Americas of the C.S.S. Hudson, based at the Bedford Institute of Oceanography. Vg. 15.00

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212 HYNES, H.B.N. Freshwater Biological Association Scientific Pubication no. 2) Key to the British Species of Plecoptera (Stoneflies) with Notes on their Ecology
Freshwater Biological Association, Ambleside, 1940, 
HYNES, H.B.N. A Key to the British Species of Plecoptera (Stoneflies) with Notes on their Ecology . (Ambleside): Freshwater Biological Association, 1940. First Printing. Pp. [1]-39,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, stapled printed browncard covers. Freshwater Biological Association of the British Empire Scien tific Publication no. 2. Name, else vg. 15.00

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213 IDYLL, C.P. GROSVENOR, Melville Bell, introduction. Sea Against Hunger : Harvesting the Oceans to Feed a Hungry World. First Edition in dustjacket
Crowell, New York, 1970, ISBN:0609722648 
IDYLL, C.P. The Sea Against Hunger : Harvesting the Oceans to Feed a HungryWorld. Introduction by Melville Bell Grosvenor. New York : Thomas Y. Crowe ll Company, (1970). Pp (10),ix-xii,(2),1- 221,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth, yellow lettering to spine. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 2271. Read against the background of late 1960s oceanographic utopianism, which projected cities on the bottom of the sea and cheap protein for all, Idyll's sober assessment of the food producing capacity of the oceans seems modest and strangely reassuring. His insistence on recognising limits to exploitation is prescient and remains valid today. "After assessing mankind's food needs, The Sea Against Hunger examines the biological pyramid in the sea. Dr. Idyll shows that an understanding of the ocean's natural processes and output, form plankton plants to fish to man, is important if full use is to be made of new techniques for the harvest of fish. He examines every marine biological level, looking for the promise of more food for man: what is the feasibility of extending the cultivation of seaweed;of netting plankton (like the krill from the arctic seas); of establishing additional marine 'farms'; of transplanting valuable animals from one part of the sea to another; of using fish-protein concentrate ('fish flour); of increasing our skills in fish capture; of extending fishing operations to new regions, including the Antarctic and the deep sea? Dr. Idyll assesses the food potential of the sea in terms of existing food technologies - ranging from long-established fish farms in the Pacific to the great factory fleets of the U.S.S.R. and Japan - an in terms of the limiting ecological, political, and cultural factors. He compares the differences in various nations' attitudes toward fishing, showing why the Japanese and the Soviets are outstripping United States fisheries. He tells how the little country of Peru, with its enormous catch of a single species, the anchovy, has become theworld's largest fishing nation. Dr. Idyll foresees new and exciting techni ques of landing fish in the future. behavioral secrets of fish will be unlocked, to make capture easier and quicker: sound devices will 'talk' fish into the holds of ships; underwater electrical fields will attract fish to the gear' lights and artificial baits will be irresistible lures. But while it is certain that the sea produces enormous quantities of food, and that substantially more of this can feed mankind than at present, there are obstacles to the ocean harvest that neither need nor science may wholly be able to overcome. Man himself is the chief obstacle to his own survival, befouling the rivers and estuaries upon which so many food fish depend for their existences. Complementing the authoritative text are 85 superb black-and-white photographs, drawings, and diagrams, as well as a number of tables." - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Hunger; 2. Present Contribution of the Sea; 3. Food Production in the Sea; 4. The Harvest of Plankton; 5. The Harvest of Seaweed; 6. Farming the Sea; 7. Transplantions; 8. The Great Fishing Nations [Canada in at No.10 with 1,490,300 metric tons, after Peru, Japan, USSR, China, Norway, United States, "Africa and South-West Africa", India, and Spain]; 9. Fish Meal and Fish Protein Concentrate; 10. The Worldwide Outlook for More Fish; 11. Fishing, Now and in the Future; 12. Freedom to Fish; 13. TheRealities. With reading list and index. Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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214 IDYLL, C.P. GROSVENOR, Melville Bell, introduction. Sea Against Hunger : Harvesting the Oceans to Feed a Hungry World. First Edition in dustjacket
Crowell, New York, 1970, ISBN:0609722648 
IDYLL, C.P. The Sea Against Hunger : Harvesting the Oceans to Feed a HungryWorld. Introduction by Melville Bell Grosvenor. New York : Thomas Y. Crowe ll Company, (1970). Pp (10),ix-xii,(2),1- 221,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth, yellow lettering to spine. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 2271. Read against the background of late 1960s oceanographic utopianism, which projected cities on the bottom of the sea and cheap protein for all, Idyll's sober assessment of the food producing capacity of the oceans seems modest and strangely reassuring. His insistence on recognising limits to exploitation is prescient and remains valid today. "After assessing mankind's food needs, The Sea Against Hunger examines the biological pyramid in the sea. Dr. Idyll shows that an understanding of the ocean's natural processes and output, form plankton plants to fish to man, is important if full use is to be made of new techniques for the harvest of fish. He examines every marine biological level, looking for the promise of more food for man: what is the feasibility of extending the cultivation of seaweed;of netting plankton (like the krill from the arctic seas); of establishing additional marine 'farms'; of transplanting valuable animals from one part of the sea to another; of using fish-protein concentrate ('fish flour); of increasing our skills in fish capture; of extending fishing operations to new regions, including the Antarctic and the deep sea? Dr. Idyll assesses the food potential of the sea in terms of existing food technologies - ranging from long-established fish farms in the Pacific to the great factory fleets of the U.S.S.R. and Japan - an in terms of the limiting ecological, political, and cultural factors. He compares the differences in various nations' attitudes toward fishing, showing why the Japanese and the Soviets are outstripping United States fisheries. He tells how the little country of Peru, with its enormous catch of a single species, the anchovy, has become theworld's largest fishing nation. Dr. Idyll foresees new and exciting techni ques of landing fish in the future. behavioral secrets of fish will be unlocked, to make capture easier and quicker: sound devices will 'talk' fish into the holds of ships; underwater electrical fields will attract fish to the gear' lights and artificial baits will be irresistible lures. But while it is certain that the sea produces enormous quantities of food, and that substantially more of this can feed mankind than at present, there are obstacles to the ocean harvest that neither need nor science may wholly be able to overcome. Man himself is the chief obstacle to his own survival, befouling the rivers and estuaries upon which so many food fish depend for their existences. Complementing the authoritative text are 85 superb black-and-white photographs, drawings, and diagrams, as well as a number of tables." - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Hunger; 2. Present Contribution of the Sea; 3. Food Production in the Sea; 4. The Harvest of Plankton; 5. The Harvest of Seaweed; 6. Farming the Sea; 7. Transplantions; 8. The Great Fishing Nations [Canada in at No.10 with 1,490,300 metric tons, after Peru, Japan, USSR, China, Norway, United States, "Africa and South-West Africa", India, and Spain]; 9. Fish Meal and Fish Protein Concentrate; 10. The Worldwide Outlook for More Fish; 11. Fishing, Now and in the Future; 12. Freedom to Fish; 13. TheRealities. With reading list and index. Gift inscription, else very good i n dustjacket. 25.00

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215 IDYLL, C.P. GROSVENOR, Melville Bell, introduction. Sea Against Hunger : Harvesting the Oceans to Feed a Hungry World. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Crowell, New York, 1970, ISBN:0609722648 
IDYLL, C.P. The Sea Against Hunger : Harvesting the Oceans to Feed a HungryWorld. Introduction by Melville Bell Grosvenor. New York : Thomas Y. Crowe ll Company, (1970). Pp (10),ix-xii,(2),1- 221,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth, yellow lettering to spine. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 2271. Read against the background of late 1960s oceanographic utopianism, which projected cities on the bottom of the sea and cheap protein for all, Idyll's sober assessment of the food producing capacity of the oceans seems modest and strangely reassuring. His insistence on recognising limits to exploitation is prescient and remains valid today. "After assessing mankind's food needs, The Sea Against Hunger examines the biological pyramid in the sea. Dr. Idyll shows that an understanding of the ocean's natural processes and output, form plankton plants to fish to man, is important if full use is to be made of new techniques for the harvest of fish. He examines every marine biological level, looking for the promise of more food for man: what is the feasibility of extending the cultivation of seaweed;of netting plankton (like the krill from the arctic seas); of establishing additional marine 'farms'; of transplanting valuable animals from one part of the sea to another; of using fish-protein concentrate ('fish flour); of increasing our skills in fish capture; of extending fishing operations to new regions, including the Antarctic and the deep sea? Dr. Idyll assesses the food potential of the sea in terms of existing food technologies - ranging from long-established fish farms in the Pacific to the great factory fleets of the U.S.S.R. and Japan - an in terms of the limiting ecological, political, and cultural factors. He compares the differences in various nations' attitudes toward fishing, showing why the Japanese and the Soviets are outstripping United States fisheries. He tells how the little country of Peru, with its enormous catch of a single species, the anchovy, has become theworld's largest fishing nation. Dr. Idyll foresees new and exciting techni ques of landing fish in the future. behavioral secrets of fish will be unlocked, to make capture easier and quicker: sound devices will 'talk' fish into the holds of ships; underwater electrical fields will attract fish to the gear' lights and artificial baits will be irresistible lures. But while it is certain that the sea produces enormous quantities of food, and that substantially more of this can feed mankind than at present, there are obstacles to the ocean harvest that neither need nor science may wholly be able to overcome. Man himself is the chief obstacle to his own survival, befouling the rivers and estuaries upon which so many food fish depend for their existences. Complementing the authoritative text are 85 superb black-and-white photographs, drawings, and diagrams, as well as a number of tables." - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Hunger; 2. Present Contribution of the Sea; 3. Food Production in the Sea; 4. The Harvest of Plankton; 5. The Harvest of Seaweed; 6. Farming the Sea; 7. Transplantions; 8. The Great Fishing Nations [Canada in at No.10 with 1,490,300 metric tons, after Peru, Japan, USSR, China, Norway, United States, "Africa and South-West Africa", India, and Spain]; 9. Fish Meal and Fish Protein Concentrate; 10. The Worldwide Outlook for More Fish; 11. Fishing, Now and in the Future; 12. Freedom to Fish; 13. TheRealities. With reading list and index. A few penned notes and lines, else very good in worn dustjacket. Signed, with inscription by the author. 35.0 0

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216 INGSTAD, Helge M. OEHSER, Paul H. (ed.) National Geographic 1963) COUSTEAU, Jacques-Yves Archaeological Expedition to the Norse Sites at L'Anse au Meadow, Northern Newfoundland. in dj.
National Geographic Society, Washington, 1968, 
INGSTAD, Helge M. "Archaeological Expedition to the Norse Sites at L'Anse au Meadow, Northern Newfoundland" . A chapter in National Geographic SocietyResearch Reports : Abstracts and reviews of research and exploration autho rized under grants from the National Geographic Society during the year 1963, edited by Paul H. Oehser, pp. 145-149. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society, (1968). Pp. 251. 8vo, green cloth. Of nautical interest: Jacques-Yves Cousteau's "Oceanographic Research, Red Sea, 1963", pp. 53-58, EdwinA. Link's "Man-in-Sea Program", pp. 183-188, and Bjrn O. Staib and Kristi an Lange Andersen's "Staib North Polar Expedition", pp. 217-224. Fore-edge spotted, else vg in nicked, spine sunned dj. 20.00

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217 Institute for Global Leadership at Tufts University Inquiry 2004-05. Oil and Water : The World's Oceans.
Tufts University, Medford, MA, 2004, 
(Institute for Global Leadership at Tufts University). Inquiry 2004-05. Oiland Water : The World's Oceans. (Medford, MA : Tufts University, 2004). Pp (12),1-461,(1). 4to, illustrated blue card covers, black spine. Very good. 30.00

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218 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) Ocean '74 : IEEE International Conference on Engineering in the Ocean Environment. Volume 1
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc., New Yrork, 1974, 
(Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers). Ocean '74 : IEEE International Conference on Engineering in the Ocean Environment. Volume 1. Held at the Hotel Nova Scotian, August 21-23, 1974. (New York : The Institute ofElectrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc., 1974). Pp (1),ii-x,1-430,(14). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated orange card covers, blank spine. The book consists of 72 articles divided into the following sections : Acoustic Instrumentation; Buoys; Communications and Telemetry; Engineering and the Physics of Sea Ice; Fish Monitoring and Counting; Instrumentation; Manned Submersibles and Diving Technology; Mechanical; Pollution and Monitoring; Ships Behaviour and Handling; Tidal Measurements in the Open Ocean; Tidal Power. Sample contents : Frequency scanning non linear sonar performance modelling (by J.A. Birken); Bo'sun, a high resolution automatic charting system for the continental shelf (by H.K. Farr); The ACODAC ambient noise system (by D.S. Bitterman); A non-scanning sonar indicating in three dimensions (by H.M. Merklinger); Buoyant cable arrays for spatial measurements in the deep ocean (by K.T. Patton); Response of a single point moored buoy to waves and breakers - A computer program (by H. Castelliz, B. Menon, and G. Smith); Analysis of a multiple buoy instrument platform; A non linear model(by M. Kelf and H. Merchant); The deployment of an oceanographic deep sea Tri-Mooring (by D.A. Moller); Telemetry receiver and acoustic command system (by K.H. Burt, D.C. Webb, D.L. Dorson,and A.J. Williams); Telemetry of tidal data (by D.F. Dinn); High reliability H.F. communications to span the oceans (by R.E. Grantham); Ship handling research facility (by V.W. and T.C.Hutchison); and much more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FO R ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Some foxing to spine, margins rubbed, else very good. Volume I only 50.00

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219 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) Ocean 73 : 1973 IEEE International Conference on Engineering in the Ocean Environment
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc., New Yrork, 1973, 
(Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers). Ocean 73 : 1973 IEEE International Conference on Engineering in the Ocean Environment. Held at theWashington Plaza Hotel, Seattle, Washington 98101, September 25-28, 1973. (New York : The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc., 1973). Pp (1),ii-x,1-623,(1). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue and white card covers. The book consists of 116 articles divided into thefollowing sections : Underwater Imaging and Viewi ng; Oceanographic Sensor s; Signal Processing; Diving and Lfe Support Systems; Oceanographic Instruments; Sonar Acoustics; Acoustic Techniques in Fisheries; Buoys and Submersibles; Sonar Systems Hardware; Sea Floor Sediments; Buoy Systems; Shipboard Electric/Electronic Systems; Sonar Systems Analysis; Polar Seas Research; Environmental Monitoring; Navigatioan and Positioning. Sample contents : Small Remotely-Manned Vehicles (by R. Bruce Fugitt); Oxygen Monitor and Control System for U.S. Navy Deep Diving System MK2 MODI (by John F. Burt Jr. andAlan J. Dietrich); Remote Assessment of Sea Floor Sediments (by Jerry C. W ilson); Characteristics of a Deep-Sea Naturally Buoyant Floats (by Eric E. Aagaard and Terry E. Eward); Drag Reduction of a Deep Submergence Vehicle by Electrolysis (by Michael E. McCormick and Rameswar Bhattacharyya); Designof a Shipborne Water Quality Monitoring System (SWOMS) (by John Benincasa) ; Development of an Ultrasonic Ranging Device for Hydrofoil Height Control (by W. Robert Weist); Underwater Tracking Through Ice Cover (by E.A. Pence); Harbor Surveillance Radar (by D.C. Schleher); and much more. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Rubbed, else very good. 60.00

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220 International Ocean Institute New International Economic Order and the Law of the Sea .
International Ocean Institute, Malta, 1980, 
International Ocean Institute. New International Economic Order and the Lawof the Sea : A Projection. Misda, Malta: International Ocean Institute, 19 80. Pp 178. 8vo, blue printed card covers. IOI Occasional Papers No. 8. Slightly soiled, bumping to extremities, else very good. 40.00

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