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(roth'ĕr-ah),
Arthur C.H., English biochemist, 1880-1915. See: Rothera nitroprusside test.
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Contract: the provision of fire suppression for admirals and giants buildings at bas rothera research station - invitation to quote (itq)
Kids can open the book at any point to view what is happening at any given time in such diverse places as the Rothera Research Station in Antarctica, Rio de Janero in Brazil, and Montevideo in Uruguay.
Ashton travelled to Rothera Research Station on Adelaide Island to begin the experiment.
The couple, who have been together for 11 years, shared their special occasion with 20 colleagues as they tucked into a champagne breakfast amid 30mph freezing winds at Rothera Research station, 2,000 miles south of the Falkland Islands.
They tucked into a champagne breakfast amid 30mph freezing winds at Rothera Research station, some 2,000 miles south of the Falkland Islands.
I have no doubt that S4C and ourselves will continue to work closely in the future to promote the Welsh language and culture in the area.' MYDDELTON COLLEGE STUDENTS at Myddelton College, Denbighshire, were very fortunate to receive a phone call from the Rothera research station in Antarctica, one of a handful of schools in the UK to have been able to take part.
The adventurous duo, who are based at the Rothera Research Station while working for the British Antarctic Survey, then dashed back inside to avoid getting hypothermia in the freezing conditions.
Last year, a survey dive carried out near Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula by a team led by David Barnes of the British Antarctic Survey found large areas where no live animals could be found, the first time that this had ever been reported, despite frequent diving in the area.
Flags will also be raised at the Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula, and at the Halley VI Research Station on the Brunt Ice Shelf, as well as King Edward Point and Bird Island in South Georgia.
Coroner Nick Sanders praised colleagues from the British Antarctic Survey's Rothera Research Station who pulled her from the water and tried in vain for an hour to revive her.
She had been researching for the British Antarctic Survey at its Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula for more than a year.
She had been researching for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) at its Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula for a year.

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