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relationship between the national space program and the oceanography program

relationship between the national space program and the oceanography program Rober t C. Seamans, Jr . relationship between the Deputy Administrator Nationa l Aeronautics and Space Administration national space program and Washington, D. C. the oceanography program It is a pleasure to be with you here this evening. are aware of, and in many cases responsible for, these I t may appear completely incongruous for an official new opportunities in research and development of the of the Space agency to be addressing an audience such sea. Therefore, I plan to discuss this evening some of as this. the activities underway within the NASA research and However, today there are many strong ties between the development program which may have particular bearing on the continued development of global oceanography as oceans, the air and space. an important science with many significant applications For centuries the oceans have provided the avenues for available through modern technology. exploration, the highways of commerce, the staging area for aggression, a flexible position for defense; and in Application of space technology to addition were a majo r source of food. Th e explorers, the terrestrial phenomena sea captains, admirals, and the fishermen of the past centuries learned pragmatically the interaction of the air T o http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

relationship between the national space program and the oceanography program

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Publisher
American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
ISSN
1520-0477
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1520-0477
DOI
10.1175/1520-0477-48.11.798
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Abstract

Rober t C. Seamans, Jr . relationship between the Deputy Administrator Nationa l Aeronautics and Space Administration national space program and Washington, D. C. the oceanography program It is a pleasure to be with you here this evening. are aware of, and in many cases responsible for, these I t may appear completely incongruous for an official new opportunities in research and development of the of the Space agency to be addressing an audience such sea. Therefore, I plan to discuss this evening some of as this. the activities underway within the NASA research and However, today there are many strong ties between the development program which may have particular bearing on the continued development of global oceanography as oceans, the air and space. an important science with many significant applications For centuries the oceans have provided the avenues for available through modern technology. exploration, the highways of commerce, the staging area for aggression, a flexible position for defense; and in Application of space technology to addition were a majo r source of food. Th e explorers, the terrestrial phenomena sea captains, admirals, and the fishermen of the past centuries learned pragmatically the interaction of the air T o

Journal

Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1967

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