Arctic blue polygon pattern

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  • Replication Data for: The 3-billion fossil question: How to automate classification of microfossils. Read more
  • Replication Data for: Changing species dominance patterns of Boreal-Arctic heathlands: evidence of biotic homogenization. Read more
  • Drifter trajectories in the Fram Strait and Barents Sea. Read more
  • Data of the i-MASTER project: A novel initiative in maritime education and training experience. Read more
  • Replication Data for: Poorer self-reported mental health and general health among first year upper secondary school students do not predict school dropout: a five-year prospective study. Read more
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