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Groundbreaking studies of Earth's churning oceans recognised at Australia's most prestigious science prizes this year

By Signe Dean, Science + Technology Editor, The Conversation
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This year, Australia’s prestigious Prime Minister’s Prize for Science has been awarded to a physical oceanographer whose work has had a “transformative impact” on our understanding of Earth’s oceans.

Professor Trevor McDougall AC from the University of New South Wales has made major contributions to unveiling the fundamental physics of the ocean.

During his illustrious career, McDougall has discovered previously unknown ocean mixing processes – the turbulent ways seawater churns and irreversibly…The Conversation

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