Live Sighting On May 26, 2008, a free-swimming offshore bottlenose dolphin was sighted by a vessel survey team from Duke University Marine Laboratory at 35.
What does DUML stand for?
DUML stands for Duke University Marine Laboratory (Beaufort, NC)
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- Duke University Medical Center (Durham, North Carolina)
- Duke University Medical Center Library
- Duke University Music Exchange
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- Delhi University Medical Entrance Test
- Département Universitaire de Médecine Générale (French: University Department of General Practice)
- Dundee University Men's Hockey Club (Scotland, UK)
- Diplôme Universitaire de Musicien Intervenant (French music degree)
- Dielectrics for ULSI (Ultra Large Scale Integration) Multilevel Interconnection Conference
- Document Update Markup Language (XML specification)
- Diplôme Universitaire de Médecine de Montagne (French: University Diploma of Mountain Medicine)
- 2'-Deoxyuridine 5'-Monophosphate
- Decelerated Undergraduate Matriculation Program (5-year Bachelor of Science degree, RPI)
- Denna Urtrista Module Player (Atari Falcon program)
- Disposal of Unwanted Medicines and Poisons
- Don't Underestimate Mecklenburg Parents (Charlotte, North Carolina, USA)
- Deficiency of Uridine Monophosphate Synthase (fetal mortality, cattle)
- Duke University Mycology Research Unit
- Dundee University Music Society (UK; founded 2006)
- Dublin University Management Science Society
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Now biologist Eva Oberdorster of the Duke University Marine Laboratory in Beaufort, North Carolina, and Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, shows for the first time that one of the most popular nanomaterials, carbon-based particles known as fullerenes, can have adverse physiologic impacts on aquatic organisms [EHP 112:1058-1062].
That's been the source of the problems" says Michael Orbach, professor of marine affairs and policy at Duke University Marine Laboratory.