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Overview The Nicholas P. Fofonoff papers span the years 1961-1994 and include material that covers his years at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution during his tenure as Physical Oceanography Department Chairman and Buoy Group manager. Also included are presentations and lectures from classes he taught at Harvard and WHOI.
Overview The papers of Frederick C. Fuglister, dated 1943-1981 consist of correspondence and study related to Gulf Stream research including currents, temperature, behavior and bathythermograph data.
Overview The Nelson G. Hogg papers consists of materials from 1940-2002, with the bulk dating from 1972-2002, documenting Hogg's work at MIT, NIO, and WHOI. Also included are papers generated by Henry Stommel including a draft of The Sea of the Beholder. The collection, divided into four series, consists of correspondence, publications, cruise logs and datasets, and Henry Stommel's manuscript of The Sea of the Beholder.
Overview The papers of Columbus O'Donnell Iselin reflect his scientific interests and multifaceted involvement in the international oceanographic community through writing, lecturing and in an advisory capacity as Physical Oceanographer for the Institution. The bulk of the papers span the years from 1932-1965.
Overview The James R. Luyten papers, dating from 1952 to 1993, consist of materials pertaining to the life of Henry M. Stommel. Luyten worked closely with Stommel on many different projects, which are represented by the correspondence and drafts of reports and book chapters contained in this collection. Luyten also collected documents written by and about Stommel, including Stommel's National Medal of Science application and materials related to a special edition of Oceanus magazine, which was published...
Overview The Raymond B. Montgomery papers span 1928-1988, and contain memorandum, letters, notes, reviews, proposals, charts, graphs, newspaper and magazine clippings, reports, maps, data, manuscripts, lectures, and class notes.
Overview The Henry Melson Stommel papers, spanning the years 1946-1996 with the bulk dating from 1970-1992, reflect the varied scientific interests of Henry Melson Stommel, regarded by some as perhaps the most important physical oceanographer of all time and the founder of the field of dynamical oceanography in the US.