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By Margaret F. Werts, Charles W. Shilling

This quantity follows and updates AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON DIVING AND SUBMARINE drugs released via Gordon and Breach, technological know-how Publishers, Inc., in 1971. The period of time lined is essentially the calendar years 1970 and 1971. additionally incorporated, besides the fact that, is far fabric from the calendar years 1968 and 1969 no longer within the past ebook. a short research of the resources of fabric precedes the citations and abstracts, which include the most part of the amount. The bibliography is by means of a permuted topic index and an writer index. additionally incorporated, following the indexes, is a micro glossary. even though no try out has been made to do a serious topic research, such an research may be entire via determining a specific topic, having a look up the best key works within the turned around index, making a choice on the abstracts, studying them, acquiring whole reproduction as wanted, and finishing the severe evaluate. David C. Weeks, Ph.D. Director, BSCP Washington, D.C.

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The expenments have shown a close relatIOn of general shIfts In the blood flow to the outward pIcture of the Increased oxygen pressure effects. TJus pIcture IS widely dIfferent In different anImals; some of them develop long and frequent 32 attacks of generalized colonotonic spasms; the others show convulsive attacks involving isolated groups of muscles, still others display but slight convulsive contractions of some muscles. In cases of marked convulsive phenomena the general level of the bloodflow increases and there appear distinct waves of bloodflow rise in accordance with the particular attacks of convulsions, the waves being the larger the more marked is the tonic component of the convulsion.

Smith called the deep ocean study a natural outgrowth of the acoustical-environmental research initiated in the Straits of Florida, and lauded the multidisciplinary enterprise that made it possible. Dr. Scott Daubm, head of ocean engineering at the School, described the project as developmg a "macro-tool" that will enable marine and atmospheric scientists of the future to recognize large scale environmental phenomena-circulatIOns of the sea, rur-sea interactions-that ordinarily require many observations over long periods and vast dIstances.

MFW/BSCP) 122. ANONYMOUS. Diver Training. Sea Grant 70s 1:6; June 1971. Several Sea Grant-sponsored training programs and publications are mentioned: Safety manuals have been published by the University of Michigan and by Texas A & M. A "Scientist-in-the-Sea" symposium was held at the UnivelSlty of Florida in April 1971. A 10()'hour scientific diving program was sponsored by Texas A & M. The diver training program at Scripps Institution of Oceanography was expanded during the spring and summer of 1971.

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