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GC1-1581 Oceanography
GC63 Oceanographic expeditions
GC65-78 Underwater exploration
GC83-87.6 Submarine topography
GC96-97.8 Estuarine oceanography
GC100-103 Seawater
GC109-149 Chemical oceanography
GC150-182 Physical oceanography
GC151-155 Density
GC160-177 Temperature
GC177.6-182 Optical oceanography
GC190-190.5 Ocean-atmosphere interaction
GC200-376 Dynamics of the ocean
GC205-227 Waves
GC228.5-228.6 Ocean circulation
GC229-296.8 Currents
GC297-299 Water masses and oceanic mixing
GC300-376 Tides
GC377-399 Marine sediments
GC401-881 Oceanography. By region
GC1000-1023 Marine resources. Applied oceanography
GC1080-1581 Marine pollution. Sea water pollution

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