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Oceanography is the study of the deep sea and shallow coastal oceans. The branches such as biology, chemistry, geology and physics together make oceanography a richly interdisciplinary science. Oceans do not operate alone but interacts with the atmosphere, continents and ice-cover.

Physical Oceanography is the study of physical processes in the oceans and its interaction with land, ice and atmosphere by applying the fundamental laws of physics. The major topics of study are Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Ocean Dynamics, Air-Sea Interaction, Ocean Circulation, waves, Ocean and climate, Polar oceans, Coastal and Estuarine Oceanography etc.

Oceans are important because of its biodiversity, as a source of resources (minerals, natural gas, fishery, freshwater), source of energy, economic value, and most importantly the influence on weather and climate of planet Earth.

Dept. Notice & Events
06 Aug 2015
Fresher's Day Celebration
06-12 Sep 2015
Erudite Visit Programme
Ocean News
GLOSS GE 14 meeting and the Indian Ocean Sea Level Science Workshop during 19-23 October 2015 at N.I.O, Goa
National Symposium on "Acoustics for Ocean Environment" during 7 - 9 October 2015 at NIO, Goa
International Symposium on "Dynamics of the Indian Ocean : Perspective and Retrospective during 30 Nov - 4 Dec. 2015 at NIO, Goa

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