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Pacific High: Adventures in the Coast Ranges From Baja to Alaska

Phylogeography of Two Moray Eels Indicates High Dispersal Throughout the Indo-Pacific

High incidence of halotolerant bacteria in Pacific hydrothermal-vent and pelagic environments

High-velocity anomaly adjacent to the western edge of the Pacific low-velocity province

High-resolution reconstructions of Pacific–North America plate motion: 20 Ma to present

High Incidence of Haemophilus influenzae Type b Infection in Children in Pacific Island Countries

Very Low-grade Metamorphic Evolution of Pelitic Rocks under High-pressure/Low-temperature Conditions, NW New Caledonia (SW Pacific)

Light utilization efficiency of size-fractionated phytoplankton in the subarctic Pacific, spring and summer 1999: high efficiency of large-sized diatom

Video plankton recorder reveals high abundances of colonial Radiolaria in surface waters of the central North Pacific

Associations between high-density lipoprotein cholesterol and both stroke and coronary heart disease in the Asia Pacific region

High resolution upper mantle discontinuity images across the Pacific Ocean from SS precursors using local slant stack filters

Pacific Ocean and Japan Sea ecotypes of Japanese beech (Fagus crenata) differ in photosystem responses to continuous high light

Reassessment of the life cycle of the pteropod Limacina helicina from a high resolution interannual time series in the temperate North Pacific

Maritime Union of Australia, Re; Ex parte CSL Pacific Shipping Incorporated, CSL Pacific Shipping Incorporated v Australian Industrial Relations Commission and ors, Application to the Full Court of the Australian High Court, [2003] HCA 43, (2003) 200 ALR 39, ILDC 204 (AU 2003), 7th August 2003, High Court [HCA]

Role of Goiter and of Menstrual and Reproductive Factors in Thyroid Cancer: A Population-based Case-Control Study in New Caledonia (South Pacific), a Very High Incidence Area

Dynamic changes in the composition of photosynthetic picoeukaryotes in the northwestern Pacific Ocean revealed by high-throughput tag sequencing of plastid 16S rRNA genes

 

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The semi-permanent subtropical anticyclone over the North Pacific Ocean, whose centre, on average, lies near 30–40° N, and 140–150° W. It is an important centre of action in the northern hemisphere.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.


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