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'Discovery' reports
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Gambell, Ray
Periodical:
'Discovery' reports
Periodical volume:
'Discovery' reports (35)
Creator:
Gambell, Ray
Full text:[...] NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY WORMLEY, GODALMING, SURREY Staff at ji March ig68 SCIENTIFIC STAFF Director: G. E. R. Deacon, c.b.e., d.sc., f.r.s.e., f.r.s. P. M. David, m.a. A. S. Laughton, ph.d [...]
Full text:[...] NATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC COUNCIL Chairman: J. P. Vice-Chairman: R. A.J. AGLEN, c.b., f.R.s.E. F. H. Allen, m.a., m.a.i., m.i.c.e. V. Armstrong, ph.d. M. Black B. C. Browne, m.a. Sir Frederick Brundrett [...]
Full text:[...] R. Bowers, b.sc. J. N. Carruthers, d.sc., f.inst.p. M. R. Clarke, ph.d. R. S. Bailey A. de C. Baker, b.sc. R.H.Belderson L. A. Baxter S. G. Brown, m.sc. K.J. H. Andrews, b.a. A.J. Bunting L. Draper, [...]
Full text:[...] Miss H. E. Bargmann, ph.d. R. Bowers, b.sc. j. N. Carruthers, d.sc., f.inst.p. A. de G. Baker, b.sc. B.J. E. Hinde, b.sc. Senior Scientific Officers: M. R. Clarke, ph.d. F. Culkin, ph.d. P. Foxton, b [...]
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'Discovery' reports
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'Discovery' reports (37)
Full text:[...] CEPHALOPODA IN THE DIET OF SPERM WHALES table 2. Collections upon which the present study is based The number of whales sampled includes those from which cephalopods were collected as well as those f [...]
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'Discovery' reports
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Full text:[...] 12 H. S. J. ROE As the ear plug increases in size, newly forming laminae have less and less room to occupy as the rate of lateral expansion of the skull decreases. Consequently the laminae will be gr [...]
Full text:[...] The National Institute of Oceanography 9 who had worked on the clerical staff for seven years, resigned on marriage. Among new members of the staff are Mr R. Gambell, Mr C. W. Pettitt and Mr R. S. Ha [...]
Full text:[...] 14 In July the United Kingdom ceased to operate Ocean Weather Ships at stations I and J in the eastern North Atlantic but commenced observations at station L (57° N, 20°W). The opportunity is being t [...]
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