Oceanography in 2028 Public Deposited

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  • This article considers the evolutionary pressures that have brought us to our present state and how these forces will likely change, with a focus on U.S. institutional structures.
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  • Oceanography 21(3), 74-81
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  • Where We Are Today Forces for Change A New World for Ocean Sciences? References
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