Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society
Volume 05 Issue 02

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Volume 05, No. 2
Pages 117 - 120

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REVIEW AND COMMENT • Graduate Education in Physical Oceanography

Joseph Pedlosky
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Great waves of reform regularly sweep through every educational enterprise in science. The most natural explanation for this is a dissatisfaction most scientists feel about the education they themselves received as well as the education they are giving to their students. Physical oceanography has witnessed a quiet but radical transformation over the last quarter century in the manner in which new recruits to the field are educated.

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Pedlosky, J. 1992. Graduate education in physical oceanography. Oceanography 5(2):117–120, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.19.

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