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Earth sciences - Haiti - International Center for Scientific ...
Haiti. Research Institutes (1). Research Institutes. > Ministère de l'Environnement. Research Institutes (1). © International Center for Scientific Research ...
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FELLER W., An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications, Wiley, 1968. GOLDIE C.M. and PINCH R.J.E., Communication Theory. Cambridge: C.U.P. ...
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Palaeontological Society of Southern Africa - CIRS
James Kitching Award for service to South African palaeontology. Palaeontological Society of Southern Africa - South Africa Recipients : 2006 : Bob Brain ...
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MYSAK, LAWRENCE A. - CIRS
Cochelin, A.-S. B., L. A. Mysak and Z. Wang (2006). Simulation of long-term future climate changes with the Green McGill Paleoclimate Model: The next ...
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DOSWELL CHARLES - CIRS
Dr. Charles A. Doswell III has significantly contributed to understanding severe convective storms and their accompanying weather namely tornadoes and ...
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BAEZ, JOHN C. - CIRS
BAEZ, JOHN C. E-mail : Baez (AT) math.ucr.edu. Professor Mathematics Department of the University of California Riverside, USA. Research Interests : ...
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MEACHAM, JAMES E. - CIRS
Loy, William G., Stuart Allan, Aileen R. Buckley and James E. Meacham, Atlas of Oregon. Second Edition, Eugene: University of Oregon Press, 2001. ...
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RICE, JAMES R. - CIRS
A. Cochard and J. R. Rice, "A Spectral Method for Numerical ... Y. Ben-Zion and J. R. Rice, "Dynamic Simulations of Slip on a Smooth Fault in an Elastic ...
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BAILEY, DAVID H. - CIRS
David H. Bailey, "How Fast Is My Beowulf", in Thomas Sterling, ed., Beowulf Cluster Computing with Linux, and in Beowulf Cluster Computing with Windows, ...
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American Geophysical Union - CIRS
Harry H. Hess made many contributions to geology, mineralogy, and geophysics. The medal named for him was established in 1984 to honor outstanding ...
 
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