Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society
Volume 17 Issue 04

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Volume 17, No. 4
Pages 207 - 209


THE OCEANOGRAPHY CLASSROOM • Why We Have to Teach Scientific Ethics in the Oceanography Classroom

Matthias Tomczak
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How many of the students you face in your lectures will become environmental consultants? How many may at some stage during their career be required to evaluate an environmental impact statement (EIS)? How many will be expected to express a scientifically founded opinion on environmental issues?


Tomczak, M. 2004. Education: Why we have to teach scientific ethics in the oceanography classroom. Oceanography 17(4):207–209, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2004.21.

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