The Seventh Pacific Science Congress which was held in New Zealand during February 1949 was the first after the war. The Congresses are mainly intended to unite scientists in fields with special interest in the Pacific Ocean. Thus, pure physics is not represented, but there are divisions of geophysics, geology, meteorology, and oceanography, in addition to other sections such as botany, zoology, public health, anthropology, and social science.

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