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Failure to demonstrate viscerotropic velogenic Newcastle disease in psittacine birds in the Republic of the Philippines.
Impact of nitrogenous-fertilization on the population dynamics and natural control of rice leaffolders (Lep.: Pyralidae)
Sulu-Sulawesi Sea: Environmental and Socioeconomic Status, Future Prognosis and Ameliorative Policy Options
Survey of marine contamination from mining-related activities on Marinduque Island, Philippines: Porewater toxicity and chemistry
Air-temperature variations and ENSO effects in Indonesia, the Philippines and El Salvador. ENSO patterns and changes from 1866-1993
Conspecificity and Indo-Pacific distribution of Symbiodinium genotypes (Dinophyceae) from giant clams
Environmental attitudes and behavior of primary and secondary students in Asian cities: An overview strategy for implementing an eco-schools programme
Decline of native fishes and fisheries and the rise of aquaculture in lakes and rivers in the Philippines
Predator-prey interactions in rice ecosystems: Effects of guild composition, trophic relationships, and land use changes -- a model study exemplified for Philippine rice terraces
From triphenyltins to integrated management of the 'pest' snail Cerithidea cingulata in mangrove-derived milkfish ponds in the Philippines
Farmer participatory research to minimize soil erosion on steepland vegetable systems in the Philippines
GTOPO30 is a global digital elevation model (DEM) resulting from a collaborative effort led by the staff at the U.S. Geological Survey's EROS Data Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The name GTOPO30 is derived from the fact that elevations in GTOPO30 are regularly spaced at 30-arc seconds (approximately 1 kilometer). GTOPO30 was developed to meet the needs of the geospatial data user community for regional and continental scale topographic data. This release represents the completion of global coverage of 30-arc second elevation data that have been available from the EROS Data Center beginning in 1993. Several areas have been updated and the entire global data set has been repackaged, so these data supersede...