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Marine Sciences of the Seas around India between 1874 and 2000 and Prospects for the New Millennium

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Affiliations: 1: Mariculture and Fisheries Department, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research As a tribute to my teacher Prof. E. C. LaFond, California, United States, with gratitude I dedicate this paper. My grateful thanks are due to Prof. E. Mann Borgese, International Ocean Institute (101), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, for encouraging me to write this review and to Mr. S. Coffen-Smout (Ocean Yearbook) for sending several articles of interest and suggestions. I remain grateful to Dr. E. Desa, Director, NIO, Goa, Dr. M. P. Tapaswi, NICMAS, NIO, Goa, Dr. K. Jayappa, Mangalore University, Mangalore, Prof. B. L. K. Somayajulu, Physical Research laboratory, Ahmedabad, and Mr. Aziz-Ud-Din Ahmed Usmani, Counselor, Indian Embassy, KuWait for kindly providing information on marine sciences in India. For constructive criticism I thank Dr. R. V. Durvasula, Yale University. While saluting several Indian colleagues, past and present for their excellent contributions for the advancement of Indian Marine Sciences, I appeal to the present and future for more focussed mission oriented research in the EEZ. I thank Bala. T and Dr. Joseph, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, for assistance with the graphics. Dr. C. V. Nageswara Rao's help with proofreading is highly appreciated. The views expressed are my personal reflections and not that of any organization or institution.


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