THE IMPORTANCE OF LIBRARY PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATION: THE PIMRIS EXPERIENCE
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KeywordPacific Islands Marine Resources Information System (PIMRIS); University of the South Pacific; libraries
Suggested CitationArticle: Macanawai, Susana, "THE IMPORTANCE OF LIBRARY PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATION: THE PIMRIS EXPERIENCE", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/7403
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