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  • CUAHSI - Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc. (1493)

    CUAHSI, a not-for-profit corporation developed with the support of the US National Science Foundation will facilitate the design and operation of a network of hydrologic observatories to collect coherent, multidisciplinary data sets; a hydrologic information system to store, process, visualize and analyze this complex data set; a hydrologic measurement technology facility to bring cutting-edge technology to bear on these problems; and a hydrologic synthesis center to develop new theories that cut across disciplinary boundaries. The web site includes information about the program and development of the hydrologic observatory system, cyberseminars and publications. (3/25/2005)

  • Cawthron Institute (1173)

    New Zealand's first private research institute, specializing in aquaculture, biosecurity, coastal and estuarine ecology, freshwater ecology and analytical laboratory services. (9/29/1999)

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