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APPENDIX D E International Ship Listing The research vessel information that follows was provided by the Ocean Information Center at the University of Delaware. Please note that this database uses voluntary information submittals, and may not be exhaustive. Furthermore, actual percentages of ship time devoted to the primary activity are not verified. Vessel seaworthiness is also not included in the database. This list is included to provide the reader with a sense of the existing assets that might be available for cooperative ocean exploration efforts, and the countries that support ocean-going research. Total vessels reported are given in parentheses. UNOLS Country Classy Number of Vessels Reported in Class Primary Activity2 205 Argentina (7) G U Australia (8) Belgium (1) Bermuda (2) Brazil (1) Bulgaria (1) Canada (1 1 ) 1 2 1 3 3 1 4 R G G 1 L R 1 1 2 2 2 oceanog fish, oceanog hydrog geo, hydrog fish, navigation training, oceanog fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog oceanog oceanog oceanog acoustic research, geo, oceanog fish, geo, hydrog, hydrology, oceanog, patrol biology, survey fish continued

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206 APPENDIX E UNOLS Country Class~ Number of Vessels Reported in Class Primary Activity2 Chile (4) Finland (1) France (9) Iceland (2) Indonesia (4) Iran (2) Ireland (1) Israel (1) Italy (4) Japan (68) Korea (12) R G 1 R U R G 1 G G U 1 G 1 L U G 1 2 oceanog fish, oceanog 10 geo, hydrog, oceanog fish, geo fish 2 2 1 1 3 3 6 R U 4 R U G 1 R U U 1 R U R G 1 G 1 R U G 1 R U 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 15 27 18 8 1 biology, fish, hydrog, meteo, oceanog fish, oceanog geo, environmental, oceanog geo, hydrog, oceanog oceanog geo, hydrog, oceanog biology, geo, logisitics, oceanog fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog biology, fish, geo, helcon-monitoring in the Baltic, wreck search, hydrog, oceanog, tests of Naval equipment fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, pollution monitoring fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog fish, oceanog oceanog fish hydrog, pollution monitoring fish fish geo geo, hydrog, oceanog fish, hydrog, geo, oceanog, marine pollution, meteo fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, meteo fish, hydrog, oceanog, meteo fish fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog fish, hydrog, oceanog

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APPENDIX E UNOLS Country Class~ Number of Vessels Reported in Class Primary Activity2 207 Libya (1 ) R Lithuania (1) I Malaysia (2) G Mexico (5) I Namibia (1) National Atlantic Treaty Organization (2) Netherlands (4) New Zealand (3) R G L G R G 1 U Pakistan (2) I Peru ( 1 ) G Philippines (4) I Poland (2) R Portugal (2) R Russian G Federation (86) I U South Africa (4) G R Spain (3) St. Vincent and Grenadines (1) Sweden (1) Thailand (8) 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 2 U l R 1 1 2 2 41 39 5 2 1 1 3 4 U 1 fish oceanog hydrog, geo fish, oceanog geo, hydrog, oceanog oceanog fish oceanog fish, geo, hydrog, military surveys, oceanog oceanog marine science fish fish, hydrog, oceanog biology, fish, geo, hydrog, logisitcs, oceanog fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog geo, hydrog, oceanog fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog geo, hydrog, oceanog fish and demos, geo, hydrog, oceanog fish, geophysics, hydrog, oceanog, international monitoring fish fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, meteo fish, hydrog, oceanog oceanog Antarctic supply, fish, oceanog fish fish fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog oceanog diving, expeditions fish, hydrog fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, training fish continued

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208 APPENDIX E UNOLS Country Classy Number of Vessels Reported in Class Primary Activity2 Turkey (6) Ukraine (13) United Kingdom (13) United States (1 29) Vietnam (3) R U G 1 2 3 5 5 L 1 U G R U G 1 L R U R 1 geo fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog oceanog acoustic research, fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, satellite observations fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, satellite obeservation geo, hydrog, oceanog 2 1 13 24 32 137 1 Antarctic survey and support, fish, hydrog, monitoring, oceanog, pollution fish, hydrog, oceanog, monitoring, pollution fish, geo, hydrology, oceanog fish, oceanog hydrog, oceanog acoustic research, fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, salvage biology, fish, hydrog, hydrology, oceanog, pollution, test area surveillance, towing, training deep exploration, Education, fish, geo, hydrog, oceanog, sailing, survey, wildlife oceanog fish coastal survey biology, education NOTE: Data was provided by Douglas White at the University of Delaware. aThe University-National Oceanography Laboratory System vessels are classed by their length (G Class I & Il: 70-85 m; 1 Class 111: 51-62m; R Class IV: 32-41 m; L Class V: <30m). boceanog=oceangraphy, fish=fisheries, hydrog=hydrography, meteo=meteorological, geo=geological