Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research

The Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research (SCOR) is an interdisciplinary body of the International Science Council. SCOR was established in 1957, coincident with the International Geophysical Year of 1957-1958. It sought to bring scientists together to answer key ocean science questions and improve opportunities for marginalised scientists.

From 1959 through to 1988 SCOR organised a sequence of Joint Oceanographic Assemblies. Following these, SCOR has focused its efforts on targeted scientific working groups. These small international groups are designed to address narrowly focused scientific topics based on proposals from independent groups of scientists, national committees for SCOR, other scientific organizations, or previous working groups. The working groups last typically for three to four years. SCOR activity, often through the efforts of working groups, has helped support the development of many large-scale ocean research projects. Provided by Wikipedia
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