The interaction between organisms and their environment, from microbes to fish and from coastal to open ocean ecosystems.
The multitudes of compounds in seawater, their formation, transformation, and interactions with organisms.
How the earth works, from plate tectonics to global climate patterns to sea level changes on scales from years to millennia.
The relationship between humans and their ocean planet, including marine policy, natural resource management, and adaptation to climate change.
Application of science to solving technological problems related to working in marine systems.
Waves, tides, currents and seawater properties observed locally and globally through in situ instrumentation and remotely operated technologies.
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