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July 2, 2018 (v2019-06-09) Dataset Open Access

Gene Ontology Data Archive

Carbon, Seth; Mungall, Chris

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June 10, 2019 (v8.0.2) Software Open Access

GS2 v8.0.2

Barnes, Michael; Dickinson, David; Dorland, William; Hill, Peter Alec; Parker, Joseph Thomas; Roach, Colin Malcolm; Biggs-Fox, Stephen; Christen, Nicolas; Numata, Ryusuke; Wilkie, George; Anton, Lucian; Ball, Justin; Baumgaertel, Jessica; Colyer, Greg; Hardman, Michael; Hein, Joachim; Highcock, Edmund; Howes, Gregory; Jackson, Adrian; Kotschenreuther, Michael T.; Lee, Jungpyo; Leggate, Huw; Mandell, Noah; Mauriya, Adwiteey; Tatsuno, Tomo; Van Wyk, Ferdinand

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May 21, 2019 (v1) Presentation Open Access

A mechanism for winter sea ice opening north of Svalbard

Herbaut Christophe; Houssais Marie-Noëlle; Blaizot Anne Cécile

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