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Definition of "oceanographer" []

  • The branch of science dealing with the physical, chemical, geological, and biological features of the oceans and ocean basins (noun)
  • A person who studies oceanography, the science of oceans (noun)

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Use "oceanographer" in a sentence
  • "This is not just a random event, said James Overland, a NOAA oceanographer, at a teleconference on Thursday."
  • "The ducks' aquatic wanderings have been mapped to reveal all of this by Curtis Ebbesmeyer, a retired oceanographer who specialises in plotting the ocean's surface currents by tracking debris."
  • "- Young learners will find out what life is like deep below the ocean as this renowned oceanographer who co-led the Titanic exploration reveals the wonders of his fascinating undersea journeys."