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SCELG aims to improve understanding of the trends, challenges and potential solutions across different interconnected areas of environmental law, including capacity-building for sustainable management of biodiversity, oceans, lands and freshwater, as well as for the fight against climate change. The intersection of international, regional, national and local levels of environmental governance, including the customary laws of indigenous peoples and local communities, and legal developments by private actors, is also a signifcant research specialism.

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2010

Gregori, G. and Blaschke, D. B. and Rajeev, P. P. and Chen, H. and Clarke, R. J. and Huffman, T. and Murphy, C. D. and Prozorkevich, A. V. and Roberts, C. D. and Roepke, G. and Schmidt, S. M. and Smolyansky, S. A. and Wilks, S. and Bingham, R. (2010) A proposal for testing subcritical vacuum pair production with high power lasers. High Energy Density Physics, 6 (2 Spec). pp. 166-170. ISSN 1574-1818

2009

Mukhopadhyay, A and Chen, C-Y and Doerig, C and Henriquez, F L and Roberts, C W and Barrett, M P and Roberts, Craig (2009) The Toxoplasma gondii plastid replication and repair enzyme complex, PREX. Parasitology, 136 (7). pp. 747-755. ISSN 0031-1820

1992

Roberts, C W and Alexander, J and Roberts, Craig (1992) Studies on a murine model of congenital toxoplasmosis : vertical disease transmission only occurs in BALB/c mice infected for the first time during pregnancy. Parasitology, 104 (1). pp. 19-23. ISSN 0031-1820

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