Accession Number : AD0672577

Title :   ANNUAL NAVY-WIDE WORKSHOP IN THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (3RD), HELD AT U.S. NAVAL RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE LABORATORY, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, 11-15 OCTOBER 1965,

Corporate Author : OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH WASHINGTON D C

Report Date : 1965

Pagination or Media Count : 27

Abstract : Contents: The future of biological research in the Navy; Radiobiology--its inferences for related fields; Development of aerobiological instrumentation at NBL; Medical problems aboard the USS Herbert J. Thomas (DD 833); Biology's interfaces with psychology; Future developments of computer sciences of interest to the biological sciences; Information on the Bioinstrumentation Advisory Council; Physical approaches to biological research; Auditory thresholds of the bottle-nosed porpoise Tursiops truncatus; Ultracentrifugation; Bioluminescence measurements; Applications of EPR to biology; Navy-oriented marine biological research; NCEL deep-ocean applied biology research; The use of laboratory-reared barnacle larvae for evaluating antifouling coating systems; Navy-oriented marine biological science.

Descriptors :   (*BIOLOGY, NAVAL RESEARCH), RADIOBIOLOGY, AEROBIOLOGY, INSTRUMENTATION, PSYCHOLOGY, COMPUTERS, CETACEA, AUDITORY PERCEPTION, ULTRACENTRIFUGES, LUMINESCENCE, PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE, MARINE BIOLOGY, ANTIFOULING COATINGS, BARNACLES, ABSTRACTS

Subject Categories : Anatomy and Physiology
      Biological Oceanography

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE