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View Resource A Databank of Antarctic Surface Temperature and Pressure Data

Antarctic monthly mean sea surface temperature and pressure data are accessible online from the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC) of Oak Ridge, TN. Compiled by the Climatic Research Unit of the University of East Anglia, UK, this data is an update of temperature. and pressure data collected between 1957-1990 from 29 stations over Antarctica. CDIAC's Web page of this climatic...

View Resource NZFUNGI: New Zealand Fungi

Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research -- "New Zealand's foremost environmental research organization" -- presents NZFUNGI, a free database for information on the systematics, conservation, pathology, and ecology of New Zealand's fungi. Integrating a number of pre-existing Landcare Research databases, NZFUNGI contains botanical, bibliographic, and curatorial information for thousands of New Zealand...

View Resource Comparative Assessment of Fuel Cell Cars

The Laboratory for Energy and the Environment at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology published this study in February 2003. Drawing comparisons between hydrogen fuel cells and other vehicle power sources, the study attempts to predict if fuel cell vehicles will have lower greenhouse gas emissions and power consumption by 2020. Even with more liberal estimates for fuel cell technology...
View Resource FreedomCAR: Office of Transportation Technologies

In his State of the Union Address on January 28, 2003, President Bush made a case for further fuel cell development. Current efforts in this area have not determined how to efficiently produce or extract hydrogen for the cells. In hopes of solving this problem, Bush proposed a $1.2 billion FreedomFUEL initiative. FreedomFUEL is closely related to the FreedomCAR program. [--SAMPLE RECORD--]

View Resource The Bruns Lab

The homepage of the Bruns Lab at the University of California-Berkeley Department of Plant and Microbial Biology provides an excellent collection of online resources for mycologists. Offering much more than the usual faculty directory and research overview, this well-maintained Web site doubles as a gateway to mycology on the Web. Features include various primer maps, sequence alignment files,...

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