O′cean-lane (see Lane); Oceanog′rapher, one versed in oceanography.
At present he was standing on an asphalt square, opposite the steps of the Museum of oceanography.
Thalassog′raphy, the science of the ocean, oceanography; Thalassom′eter, a tide-gauge.
The Casino spread its influence in every direction, reaching even the Museum of oceanography.
They followed the asphalt avenue, between two narrow dense gardens, leading to the Museum of oceanography.
Thus geology, meteorology, oceanography and anthropology developed into distinct sciences.
The physical characters of this vast envelope are discussed in separate articles (see Ocean and oceanography).
She had not seen them, but she imagined that they were between the Museum of oceanography and the Cathedral.
The Museum of oceanography could wait; it would not move away during his absence from the point on the rock of Monaco.
The scientific study of oceans, the life that inhabits them, and their physical characteristics, including the depth and extent of ocean waters, their movement and chemical makeup, and the topography and composition of the ocean floors. Oceanography also includes ocean exploration. Also called oceanology.