World Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) - WMO, 2002 (WMO/TD-No. 1121)Published by: WMO ; 2002
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Tags: Capacity development ; Joint WMO/ IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM) ; Argentina ; Australia ; Canada ; France ; Germany ; Greece ; Iceland ; India ; Israel ; Italy ; Japan ; Kenya ; Malaysia ; Russian Federation ; United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland ; United States of America Add tagis an issue of 気象研究所技術報告. Ishii Masao; Inoue Hisayuki Yoshikawa; Matsueda H. - Meteorological Research Institute, 2000[number or issue]
41 - March 2000 - Coulometric Precise Analysis of Total Inorganic Carbon in Seawater and Measurements of Radiocarbon for the Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere and for the Total Inorganic Carbon in Seawater
Language(s): English, Japanese
Format: Digital (Free), Hard copy[number or issue]Published by: WMO ; 1999
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Tags: Global Atmosphere Watch Programme (GAW) ; Atmospheric chemistry ; Region II - Asia ; Indonesia ; Malaysia ; Singapore ; Brunei Darussalam ; Philippines ; Papua New Guinea ; Australia ; Japan Add tagPublished by: WMO ; 1999
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Tags: Global Atmosphere Watch Programme (GAW) ; Atmospheric chemistry ; Region II - Asia ; Indonesia ; Malaysia ; Singapore ; Brunei Darussalam ; Philippines ; Papua New Guinea ; Australia ; Japan Add tag
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