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  1. test data set 2

    Diepenbroek, Michael

  2. Copepod community respiration during POLARSTERN cruise PS81 (ANT-XXIX/1)

    Bode, Maya; Koppelmann, Rolf; Teuber, Lena; Hagen, Wilhelm; Auel, Holger

  3. (Table 1, page 76) 10Be concentration in manganese nodules from the Madeira Abyssal Plain, Atlantic Ocean

    Ebbing, J

  4. Overall effect of the treatment on the growth characteristics of caterpillars

    Lebigre, Christophe; Vanderbeken, Caroline; Turlure, Camille; Schtickzelle, Nicolas

  5. Changes in the processes underpinning the growth of caterpillars

    Lebigre, Christophe; Vanderbeken, Caroline; Turlure, Camille; Schtickzelle, Nicolas

  6. Effect of the enrichment of a host plant in nitrogen on the growth of caterpillars

    Lebigre, Christophe; Vanderbeken, Caroline; Turlure, Camille; Schtickzelle, Nicolas

  7. ZooScan data for a coastal lagoon of Tahiti, French Polynesia

    Starke, Claudia; Ekau, Werner; Moosdorf, Nils

  8. Spring and control data and associated images for a coastal lagoon of Tahiti, French Polynesia

    Starke, Claudia; Ekau, Werner; Moosdorf, Nils

  9. Early biofouling processes in a coastal lagoon of Tahiti, French Polynesia

    Starke, Claudia; Ekau, Werner; Moosdorf, Nils

  10. Early biofouling processes in a coastal lagoon of Tahiti, French Polynesia (complete set)

    Starke, Claudia; Ekau, Werner; Moosdorf, Nils

  11. Ground thermal regime in an ice-wedge polygon landscape near Barrow

    Cable, William L; Romanovsky, Vladimir E; Busey, Robert C
    Ice-wedge polygons are perhaps the most dominant permafrost related features in the Arctic landscape. The microtopography of these features, including rims, troughs, and high and low polygon centers, alter the local hydrology, as water tends to collect in the low areas. During winter, wind redistribution of snow leads to an increased snowpack depth in the low areas, while the slightly higher areas often have thinner snow cover, also leading to differences across the landscape in vegetation communities and soil moisture between higher and lower areas. These differences in local surface conditions lead to spatial variability of the ground thermal regime...

  12. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-11)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  13. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-10)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  14. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-09)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  15. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-08)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  16. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-07)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  17. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-06)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  18. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-05)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  19. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-04)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

  20. Basic measurements of radiation at station Howrah (2015-03)

    Ramanathan, Karthik

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