||Science and the making of Victoria
Table of Contents
A Consortium Approach to Marine Science
The Origins of VIMS and Its Consortium Approach
Benefits and Problems of a Consortium Approach
Realizing the Benefits, Overcoming the Problems
VIMS' Role in the Consortium
Building on the Consortium Approach
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People in Bright Sparcs - Hammond, Lawrence Stuart
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