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|Title: ||NODC Report: Tanzania|
|Corporate Author: ||UNESCO|
IOC for UNESCO
|ASFA Terms: ||Oceanographic data|
|Issue Date: ||2000|
|Citation: ||Sixteenth Session of the IOC Committee on International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange (IODE XVI), Lisbon, Portugal|
|Series: ||Reports of Governing and Major Subsidiary Bodies|
|Abstract: ||The Institute of Marine Sciences has a total of 18 Research staff and nine Technicians in different fields of marine sciences. To facilitate its activities, the Institute has four departments; the Living Resources and Ecology, the Chemical and Environmental Marine Sciences, the Physical and Applied Marine Sciences and the Marine Affairs Department. The Marine Affairs department is an interdisciplinary section involving aspects of the uses and impacts of human activities, awareness and management of coastal resources and environment including establishment of marine protected areas. IMS has a Video production unit, a Library and a GIS database on coastal resources. Currently, the NODC and ODINEA activities falls under Marine Affairs department.
Two members of staff and one technician are involved directly with the daily activities of ODINEA.|
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