Vol. 37 No. 3 (2020): Movement
Movement

The past year has been one of significant tumult and difficulty, on all levels of society. Science has not been immune, with research suffering from measures to contain the coronavirus pandemic, and the focus of scientists shifting towards more pressing matters. These events have shown that, in uncertain times, forward progress is more important than ever.

 

Review

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Sea Level Rise in Indonesia: The Drivers and the Combined Impacts from Land Subsidence
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Hanif Budi Prayitno, Rachma Puspitasari, Suppakarn Jandang, Karlina Triana, Edwards Taufiqurrahman, Lestari, Afdal, Ita Wulandari, Harmesa, Hanny Meirinawati, Suci Lastrini, Muhamad Taufik Kaisupy, A'an Johan Wahyudi
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Establishing an Ocean Acidification Monitoring System for the Tropical Waters of Indonesia Facing Regional Climate Variability
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Harmesa, A’an Johan Wahyudi
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Two Approaches to Measure Trace Metals Fluxes at the Sediment–Water Interface: Sediment Porewater Profile and Benthic Incubation
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