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Author/Editor: N. Sivasothi
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Wed 19 Jan 2005

Raffles Bulletin of Zoology article available for download

Category : pub

Articles from The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology between 1928-2004 are now available for download.

In future, the subject and author indices now only available between 1928-1993, will be updated, and the abstracts for all articles will be appended in stages.

While the copyrights of all articles are retained by the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, these articles are released under a Creative Commons License which essentially allows free access for education and research.

As all the older volumes of the journal were scanned in-house, the pdf quality is variable, and poor in some cases, particularly the very old issues that had to be photocopied before scanning due to the fragility of the bound archived volumes.

However, the output is readable and the printouts were of reasonable quality. Hence this version has been released for use as the articles can eventually be replaced with a higher quality scan.

From 2003 (Vols 51 and Supplement No. 11 onwards ), the pdfs are of a higher quality, provided by the commercial company that prints the journal. From late 2005, the Raffles Bulletin of Zoology will be an online publication and very few hardcopies will be printed.

If you detect problems with author's names, links or any other error, please provide feedback to Sivasothi.

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Wed 19 Jan 2005

Bertrand Richer De Forges

Category : visitors

Bertrand Richer De Forges (right) hails from Noumˇa, New Caeldonia, where he is the Director of Research at the Institut de la recherche pour le développement (IRD).

He will be in Singapore working with the Director of RMBR, Peter Ng (left) on the deep-sea spider crabs collected from the Panglao 2004 expedition to the Philippines.

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Wed 19 Jan 2005

Researchers from JiangXi Medical College

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Zhou Xian Min (left) & He Zhong Huan from JiangXi Medical College have been in the department for about two weeks discussing a collaborative research proposal on the freshwater crabs of the JiangXi Province, China, and nearby areas with Peter Ng, Darren Yeo and Cai Yixiong.

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