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Space Tar archiveAnthropological Laboratory for Tropical Audiovisual Research
The Cairns Institute, James Cook University
SpaceArtefact Transactions in the Wet Tropics
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Space Ruby scriptBrazilian Biodiversity Data
Congratulations and welcome to our eResearch Space! Here, we are providing all information that we have been gathering about Brazilian biodiversity in more than 25 years of fieldwork around the country. Initially, we are making available our efforts to organise a biodiversity database to support fine-resolution conservation planning in the Paranã River Basin, in Brazil. This open-access database will be continuously updated, and permanently hosted at the e-Research Centre at James Cook University, Australia. In the near future, species distribution models of those species and area prioritisation for the Paranã River Basin and others areas of Brazil will be also provided. Comments and suggestions are welcomed. We hope you enjoy this initiative. Cheers!
SpaceClimate Change Education Blog
WELCOME! Welcome to the Climate Change Education Blog Home Page. Please use the links above to navigate your way to what you need! New material will be posted weekly and articles as they come out. Please find below the link to the most common sites, right here, quick and easy to find: Please also like us on facebook: Follow us on twitter: Or contact me (blog curator): Jesse Cook jesse.cook@my.jcu.edu.au
Space chemical/x-molconn-ZDigital Collaboratory
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SpaceDugong Tracking
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SpaceIndigenous Legal Needs Project
SpaceJCU Population genetics of Barramundi (Lates calcarifer)
This site is the location for storing population genetic data (microsatellite genotypes) from the tropical finfish Lates calcarifer (barramundi). All genoptyes have been generated at James Cook University within the Centre for Sustainable Tropical Fisheries and Aquaculture and the School of Marine and Tropical Biology as part of a broader study on the vulnerability of barramundi to climate change in Australia funded by the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF). We currently have 1254 multi-locus genotypes (16 microsatellite loci) obtained from barramundi sampled between 1988 and 2011 from 45 locations spread from Broome in Western Australia across tropical northern Australia and down to the Mary River in south-east Queensland.
SpaceJCU Program in Critical Theory
Critical Theory JCU, thinking in dark times
Space SIS packageMelioidosis - A Century of Observation and Research
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