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Advances in Earth Science  2010, Vol. 25 Issue (7): 715-722    DOI: 10.11867/j.issn.1001-8166.2010.07.0715
Development Trend and Strategy of Ocean Observing Capability
Li Yinghong1,2,3, Wang Fan2, Ren Xiaobo1
1.Bureau of Science and Technology for Resources and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100864, China;
2.Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qingdao 266071, China;
3.The Graduate University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China
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Ocean observing is the essential and basic part of the development of Oceanic science and  the improvement of ocean observing capability directly gives impetus to developing the creativity of oceanic science. This paper presents the  current status and  future trend of international ocean observing capability, and introduces  the  present challenges of developing ocean observing capability nowadays. And it also proposes some countermeasures on the gap between the demand of developing oceanic science and ocean observing capability in China.

Key words:  Ocean observing capability      Trend      Strategy     
Received:  27 March 2010      Published:  10 July 2010
Corresponding Authors:  Li Yinghong     E-mail:
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Li Yinghong, Wang Fan, Ren Xiaobo. Development Trend and Strategy of Ocean Observing Capability. Advances in Earth Science, 2010, 25(7): 715-722.

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