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Eng. Addink, Wouter

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    Naturalis Biodiversity Center; Expert Center For Taxonomic Identification - BioInformatics (ETI), more

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  • Bringing biogeographical data online, more
  • Distributed Dynamic Diversity Databases for Life

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  • North Sea observations of Crustacea, Polychaeta, Echinodermata, Mollusca and some other groups between 1986 and 2003, more
  • Zoological Museum Amsterdam, University of Amsterdam (NL) - -Porifera, more

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  • Addink, W.; Brugman, M. (2004). Achieving data integration and solving interoperability problems when connecting databases to distributed systems, in: Ocean Biodiversity Informatics, Hamburg, Germany: 29 November to 1 December 2004: book of abstracts. pp. 51

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