SCOR History References

Elements of SCOR history are accessible through the SCOR Proceedings series (limited copies are available upon request), as well as the following articles:

  • Anon. 1958. Special Committee on Oceanic Research. Deep-Sea Research 5:75-78
  • Charnock, H. 1984. Marine science--Organizing the study of the oceans. Marine Policy April 1984:120-136.
  • Deacon, G.E.R. 1957. International Cooperation in Marine Research. Nature 180:894-895.
  • Iselin, C. O'D. 1956/57. The Recent Goteborg Meetings. Oceanus 5(1-2).
  • Morcos, D., A. Poisson, and O. Mamayev. 1990. Joint Panel on Oceanographic Tables and Standards: 25 Years of Achievements under the Umbrella of International Organizations. Pp. 344-356 in Ocean Sciences: Their History and Relation to Man. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on the History of Oceanography W. Lenz and M. Deacon (eds.). Deutsche Hydrographische Zeitschrift. Hamburg, Germany.
  • Ovey, D.D. 1954. The work of the Joint Commission on Oceanography 1951-54, of the International Council of Scientific Unions. Deep-Sea Research 2:159
  • Revelle, R. 1957. International cooperation in marine sciences. Science 126:1319-1323.
  • Wiseman, J.D.H. 1953. International collaboration in deep-sea research. Deep-Sea Research 1:3-10.
  • Wolff, T. 1989. The creation and first years of SCOR. Pp. 337-343 in Ocean Sciences: Their History and Relation to Man. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on the History of Oceanography. Deutsche Hydrographische Zeitschrift, Hamburg.
  • Wolff, T. 2010. The Birth and First Years of the Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR). Published by SCOR, Newark, Delaware, USA
  • Wooster, W. 1989. International institutions and cooperation in ocean research: Three marine science organizations and the Law of the Sea. Pp 313-318 in Ocean Sciences: Their History and Relation to Man. Proceedings of the 4th International Congress on the History of Oceanography. Deutsche Hydrographische Zeitschrift, Hamburg.

 

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