International marine science research projects : inventory and analysis of selected projects at Sea Grant institutions, 1985
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The U.S. marine scientific community continues to show an interest in marine research within foreign Exclusive Economic Zones and with foreign scientists and institutions, in spite of the problems, regulations, and increased formalization involved in cooperative international projects. This inventory of international marine science research projects at Sea Grant institutions resulted from discussions on the possible establishment of a U.S. office or center for international marine science cooperation. Such an office has been proposed as one mechanism to assist in developing international marine research projects. The report analyzes data from 98 inventory questionnaires, completed by Sea Grant institutions. It should serve as a reference piece for persons seeking information and assistance in initiating cooperative international marine science research projects. Projects are profiled by sources of funding, disciplines of principal investigators, geographic locations of projects, and general categories of research. Also included are summaries of the completed questionnaires, indexes for quicker access to pertinent areas of the summaries, and information for the reader with further questions or interest in contacting the principal investigator of a specific project.
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