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 China's First Ocean Scientific Research

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China's First Ocean Scientific Research

Source: Peking Review, Nos. 32-33, August 9, 1976
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In the struggle to criticize Teng Hsiao-ping and beat back the Right deviationist attempt at reversing correct verdicts, two Chinese 10,000-ton-class ocean-going ships built specifically for making scientific research recently have successfully concluded research work over a vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean. This was the first endeavour of its kind undertaken by China. The huge amount of firsthand multi-discipline materials obtained will contribute to the development of China's oceanographical work.
Subjects covered by this scientific research include marine hydrology, marine meteorology, marine chemistry, marine gravitation, seabed geology, seabed geomorphology, ship-to-shore telecommunications and navigation.
Before setting out on this mission, the workers, cadres, scientists and technicians conscientiously studied Chairman Mao's important instructions and exposed and repudiated Teng Hsiao-ping's crimes of pushing the revisionist line in a vain attempt to restore capitalism. They came to understand more clearly that in doing oceanographical research they must take class struggle as the key link and keep to the orientation of making their work serve proletarian politics. This in turn fired them with great determination to struggle with the elements, with the oceans and with superpower domination of the seas. Displaying the spirit of revolutionary heroism, they sailed to both the eastern and western hemispheres as well as north and south of the equator. While working for several weeks a*t sea, they overcame typhoons in the western Pacific and the sweltering heat around the equator, made their way across areas where conditions are complex, virtually without any navigation guides to go by. Braving storms, they collected a vast amount of samples, materials and data.
Applying Chairman Mao's philosophical thinking to their work, they analysed and studied the internal and external causes of weather changes in the Pacific region and the objective laws governing them. This provides a reliable basis for giving accurate weather forecasts. Some of the results obtained have filled certain blanks in China's oceanographical study and some have reached advanced standards.
The apparatuses and equipment used were all designed, manufactured and installed in China.  Tests in the course of the scientific research have proved them to be up to requirements.
  
  
  

 
 
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