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Asian Pacific Natural Hazards Information Network
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Abstract: The Asia Pacific Natural Hazards Information Network (APNHIN) at the Pacific
Disaster Center (PDC) supports disaster and resource managers, planners,
governments, and nongovernmental organizations with a suite of applications and
information services designed to search for, evaluate, and access high-quality
geospatial data for natural hazard applications within the Asia Pacific region.
APNHIN comprises a community of organizations who create and share disaster and
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Martin, A. Bacterial metabolic activity in Antarctic sea ice. PhD thesis submitted, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Koh, E. Biodiversity of prokaryotes in Antarctic sea ice. PhD thesis in progress, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Cowie, R DNA fingerprints in Antarctic sea ice. PhD in progress, VUW.
Cowie R.O.M., Maas EW, and Ryan KG (2009). Sea ice microbial communities – an early indicator for climate change? Symposium on Aquatic Microbial Ecology (SAME11), Piran, Slovenia. Oral presentation
Koh EY, Atamna-Ismaeel N, Cowie ROM, Martin AR, Beja O, Davy SK, Donachie S, O’Toole R, Ryan KG (2009) Proteorhodopsin- bearing bacteria in Antarctic sea ice. Xth SCAR International Biology Symposium. 26 - 31 July, Sapporo Japan July 2009
Koh EY, Atamna-Ismaeel N, Cowie ROM, Martin AR, Beja O, Davy SK, Donachie S, O’Toole R, Ryan KG (2009) Phototrophic Bacteria in Antarctic Sea Ice. Antarctic NZ conference July 2009
Cowie ROM, Martin A, Koh E, Donachie S, Williams G, Maas E, and Ryan KG (2009) Archaeal Diversity in Antarctic Sea Ice. Antarctic NZ conference, Auckland. July 2009
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