Harald Ulrik Sverdrup (1888–1957) was a Norwegian meteorologist and oceanographer known for his studies of the physics, chemistry, and biology of the oceans and is considered the founding father of modern physical oceanography. Sverdrup explained the equatorial countercurrents ...

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