About johnbarrett

My name is John Barrett. I am an experienced Research Student with a demonstrated history of conducting atmospheric & oceanographic research.

Physical Oceanography

Physical oceanography is a sub-discipline of oceanography that involves the study of waves, tides, and currents; the ocean-atmosphere relationship that influences weather and climate; and the transmission of light and sound in the oceans. The scales of these processes range through spatial scales from centimeters to global and time scales from seconds to centuries.

By |2019-11-15T22:46:34+00:00November 12th, 2019|Physical Oceanography|0 Comments

Geological Oceanographer

Geological Oceanographers use geophysical technologies to examine the makeup of the ocean bedrock and the natural processes of rock movement. Often times referred to as and Geophysical Oceanographers as well. "Geological Oceanographer's also study the ocean floor, which is very important in surfing!" What Does a

By |2019-11-20T19:36:12+00:00November 12th, 2019|Geological Oceanography|0 Comments

Chemical Oceanography

Chemical Oceanographers examine the chemical composition of the oceans. They examine the acidity or otherwise and attempt to understand how the ecology, biology and other elements of an ocean might change based on the shifting chemical profile. "They are essentially oceanographers, but rather than studying the ecology, biological life and

By |2019-11-20T19:26:18+00:00November 12th, 2019|Chemical Oceanography|0 Comments

Ocean Engineering

Ocean engineering provides an important link between the other oceanographic disciplines such as marine biology, chemical and physical oceanography, and marine geology and geophysics. "Just as the interests of oceanographers have driven the demand for the design skills and technical expertise of ocean engineers, the innovations in instrumentation and equipment

By |2019-11-20T19:38:29+00:00November 9th, 2016|Oceanography, Uncategorized|0 Comments