Oceanography > Issues > Archive > Volume 25, Issue 2

2012, Oceanography 25(2):222–223, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2012.62

THE OCEANOGRAPHY CLASSROOM | Why Do Today What Will Be Even Better Tomorrow?

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Author

Simon Boxall | University of Southampton, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK

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First Paragraph

This edition of The Oceanography Classroom was to be on a topic I have been mulling over for the past two editions now. However, as I delivered my previous article perilously close to the print deadline, the editor suggested, tongue in cheek, that I should do an article on procrastination. The suggestion infiltrated my thoughts, and I have been procrastinating over which to run with ever since.

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Full Article

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Citation

Boxall, S. 2012. The oceanography classroom: Why do today what will be even better tomorrow? Oceanography 25(2):222–223, http://dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2012.62.

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Reference

Gallagher, R.P., A. Golin, and K. Kelleher 1992. The personal, career, and learning skills needs of college students. Journal of College Student Development 33(4):301–310.

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