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Oceanography: Making of a Science Videotapes, 2000

Image from a pamphlet titled "Graduate Study in Oceanography," ca 1960s.

Information and Credits

FV P 236

These videotapes document a program sponsored by the Office of Naval Research in cooperation with the H. John Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment to commemorate the history of the Office of Naval Research and Oceanography. The videotapes record oral history interviews with noted ocean scientists and engineers.

Historical Note 

Scope and Content Note

Quantity

3 cubic feet; 110 videotapes

Arrangement

The tapes are organized in two groups -- the colloquia proceedings and the oral history project. The colloquia tapes are arranged by site. The oral history project tapes are arranged by the site of the interviews and then by correspondent. All of the videotapes are VHS format cassettes. At the present time, there are no transcripts available for the oral histories.

Related Papers

Other films and videotapes pertaining to oceanography and related issues are located in the Extension & Experiment Station Communications Films and Videotapes (P 120) and the Sea Grant College Program Films and Videotapes (P 185).

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