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ASTISArctic Science and Technology Information System
ASTISAdvanced SATCOM (Satellite Communications) Terrestrial Infrastructure System (Australia)
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With dessert a meacutelange of cookies, mascarpone dabs, white chocolate ice cream and caramelized wafer called Piedmont goloso, which translates to "greedy" we had an Asti Dolce, which is somewhat sweeter.
19 bottles: We sampled 19 winner selections during the "Barbera Revolution" master class at Nizza Monferrato That's how you introduce your guests to Moscato d'Asti. For us invited by Consorzio D'Asti D.
Specifically, ASTi found Solvays comparatively high flow PESU enables the design of family molds that produce very little waste, and allows molding of selective parts with flip gates.
With 2500 records describing publications and research projects about water quality and quantity in the Mackenzie Basin already in ASTIS, and a large collection of materials about the Mackenzie Basin in the AINA library collection, the Arctic Institute hosted both large online and physical libraries of documentation on the Mackenzie Basin prior to receiving the Foundation funding.
This database is maintained by both ASTIS and the Inuvialuit Joint Secretariat and is funded through corporate donations.
The Arctic Science and Technology Information System (ASTIS) now contains 81 000 records describing 63 500 publications and 17 500 research projects about northern Canada and the circumpolar Arctic.
The Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) provides a unique identification number for individuals, enabling ASTIS to ensure that all publications by an author are attributed to him or her, no matter how many forms of that author's name appear in our database.
ASTIS information analysts traveled to Kuujjuak in July and added many more publications from the Nunavik Research Centre Library to the database.
ASTIS, the Arctic Institute of North America's Arctic Science and Technology Information System, contains 17 000 research project descriptions from Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.
The Arctic Science and Technology Information System (ASTIS) now contains 80 000 records describing publications and research projects about northern Canada and the circumpolar Arctic.
ASTIS Information Analysts traveled to Kuujjuak in June and added many records from the Nunavik Research Centre Library to the database.
The Arctic Institute of North America's Arctic Science and Technology Information System (ASTIS) is also pleased to announce extensive updates to the Nunavut Database, including a new website location.