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National Electrical Manufacturers Association. [from old catalog] (1948). Definitions for marine-propulsion steam turbines and gears. [New York].

National Foreign Assessment Center (U.S.) (1977). World shipbuilding: facing up to overcapacity: a research paper. [Washington], The Center.

National Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (U.S.). District 2. Safety and Education Plan. and Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship. (1970). Engine room tools. Brooklyn, N.Y., School of Marine Engineering and Navigation.

National marine engineers' beneficial association of the United States. No. 33 New York (City) [from old catalog] and H. B. Lister (1899). The 1899 year book of the Consolidated marine engineers' beneficial association no. 33 of the National marine engineers' beneficial association of the United States. New York, Marine engineers' hall.

National Maritime, I. and D. Great Britain. Dept. of Trade. Marine (1982). Safeship seminar: proceedings of a seminar held at the Weir Lecture Hall, RINA, London on 4 March 1982. Feltham, Middx., National Maritime Institute.

National Physical Laboratory (Great Britain) (1972). Marine and fluid dynamics. London, H.M. Stationery Off.

National Physical Laboratory. Engineering Sciences, G. (1972). Engineering Sciences Group research. London, H.M.S.O.

National Physical, L. (1972). Marine and fluid dynamics. London, H.M. Stationery Off.

National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on National Needs in Maritime Technology. (1996). Shipbuilding technology and education. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Options for Naval Engineering Cooperative Research. (2002). Naval engineering: alternative approaches for organizing cooperative research. Washington, DC, Transportation Research Board.

National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Personnel Requirements for an Advanced Shipyard Technology. (1980). Personnel requirements for an advanced shipyard technology. Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences.

National Research Council Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems Committee on Disposition of Offshore Platforms Marine, B. (1985). Disposal of offshore platforms. Washington DC, National Academy Press.

National Research Council Commission on Engineering and Technical, S. and S. United (1998). Double-hull tanker legislation: an assessment of the oil pollution act of 1990. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council Committee on Seabed Utilization in the Exclusive Economic, Z. (1989). Our seabed frontier: challenges and choices: reportof the Committee on Seabed Utilization in the Exclusive Economic Zone, Marine Board, Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems, National Research Council. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council Committee on the Role of Technology in Marine Habitat Protection and, E. (1994). Restoring and protecting marine habitat: the role of engineering and technology. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council Committee to Study Diversity in the Scientific and Engineering Work Force of the Office of Naval, R. (1997). Building a diverse work force: scientists and engineers in the Office of Naval Research. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council Marine, B. (1985). Dredging coastal ports: an assessment of the issues. Washington, D.C, National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Committee for a Study of the Effects of Regulatory Reform on Technological Innovation in Marine Container, S. and B. National Research Council. Transportation Research (1992). Intermodal marine container transportation: impediments and opportunities. Washington, D.C, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council.

National Research Council. Committee for a Study of the Federal Role in the Marine Transportation, S. (2004). The marine transportation system and the federal role: measuring performance, targeting improvement. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

National Research Council. Committee for Evaluating Double Hull Tanker Design, A. and B. National Research Council. Marine (2001). Environmental performance of tanker designs in collision and grounding: method for comparison. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Committee on Alternative Fuels for Maritime, U. (1980). Alternative fuels for maritime use. Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences.

National Research Council. Committee on Contaminated Marine, S. (1997). Contaminated sediments in ports and waterways: cleanup strategies and technologies. Washington, DC, National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Committee on Engineering Implications of Changes in Relative Mean Sea, L. and B. National Research Council. Marine (1987). Responding to changes in sea level: engineering implications. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Committee on Oil in the Sea: Inputs, F. a. E. (2003). Oil in the sea III: inputs, fates, and effects. Washington, DC, National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Committee on Options for Naval Engineering Cooperative, R. (2002). Naval engineering: alternative approaches for organizing cooperative research. Washington, DC, Transportation Research Board.

National Research Council. Committee on Options for Naval Engineering Cooperative, R. (2002). Naval engineering: options for cooperative research. Washington, DC, Transportation Research Board.

National Research Council. Committee on Potential Impacts of Ambient Noise in the Ocean on Marine, M., B. National Research Council. Ocean Studies, et al. (2003). Ocean noise and marine mammals. Washington, D.C., National Academies Press.

National Research Council. Committee on Shipborne, W. (1995). Clean ships, clean ports, clean oceans: controlling garbage and plastic wastes at sea. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Panel on Metrication in the, U. S. M. I. (1976). Maritime metrication: a recommended metric conversion plan for the U.S. maritime industry. Washington, DC, National Academy of Sciences.

National Research Council. Panel on Operational Safety in Marine, M. (1975). Mining in the outer Continental Shelf and in the deep ocean. Washington, National Academy of Sciences.

National Research Council. Panel on Response to Casualties Involving Ship-Borne Hazardous, C. (1979). Responding to casualties of ships bearing hazardous cargoes: a report. Washington, D.C, National Academy of Sciences.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1982). Port development waterway system analysis and marine transit. Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1992). Marine and intermodal transportation: frieght movement and environmental issues. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board, National Research Council.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1993). Freight transportation (multimodal): issues in marine and intermodal transportation. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1995). Freight transportation (multimodal): marine transportation: issues in marine, intermodal and motor carrier transportation. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1996). Freight transportation (multimodal) and marine transportation: freight transportation data and planning issues, trucking and marine transportation. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1997). Marine transportation: ferry transportation: planning and operations. Washington, D.C, National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1997). Truck, marine, and intermodal freight and hazardous materials transportation. Washington, D.C, National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. (1998). Marine transportation: ports/waterways marine transportation. Washington D.C., National Academy Press.

National Research Council. Transportation Research, B. and M. National Research Council. Transportation Research Board (2002). Marine transportation and port operations. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.


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