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  • Introduction: Regional Features of Siberia / Pavel Ya. Groisman, Garik Gutman, Anatoly Z. Shvidenko, Kathleen M. Bergen and Alexander A. Baklanov, et al.
  • Development of Information-Computational Infrastructure for Environmental Research in Siberia as a Baseline Component of the Northern Eurasia Earth Science Partnership Initiative (NEESPI) Studies / Evgeny P. Gordov, Keith Bryant, Olga N. Bulygina, Ivan Csiszar and Jonas Eberle, et al.
  • Climate Changes in Siberia / Pavel Ya. Groisman, Tatiana A. Blyakharchuk, Alexander V. Chernokulsky, Maksim M. Arzhanov and Luca Belelli Marchesini, et al.
  • Hydrological Changes: Historical Analysis, Contemporary Status, and Future Projections / Alexander I. Shiklomanov, Richard B. Lammers, Dennis P. Lettenmaier, Yuriy M. Polischuk and Oleg G. Savichev, et al.
  • Effect of Climate Change on Siberian Infrastructure / Nikolay I. Shiklomanov and Dmitriy A. Streletskiy
  • Terrestrial Ecosystems and Their Change / Anatoly Z. Shvidenko, Eric Gustafson, A. David McGuire, Vjacheslav I. Kharuk and Dmitry G. Schepaschenko, et al.
  • Human Dimensions of Environmental Change in Siberia / Kathleen M. Bergen, Stephanie K. Hitztaler, Vyacheslav I. Kharuk, Olga N. Krankina and Tatiana V. Loboda, et al.
  • Aspects of Atmospheric Pollution in Siberia / Alexander A. Baklanov, Vladimir V. Penenko, Alexander G. Mahura, Anna A. Vinogradova and Nikolai F. Elansky, et al.
  • Summary and Outstanding Scientific Challenges for Research of Environmental Changes in Siberia / Garik Gutman, Pavel Ya. Groisman, Evgeny P. Gordov, Alexander I. Shiklomanov and Nikolay I. Shiklomanov, et al.
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The Biochemistry of Parasites documents the proceedings of the Satellite Conference of the 13th Meeting of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) held in Jerusalem, August 1980. The conference presented the opportunity to summarize work done by parasite biochemists and introduce this field to workers in classical biochemistry.