Pacific Science Association (PSA)
Association scientifique du Pacifique
Asociación Cientifica del Pacifico
1920 Honolulu HI USA
Constitution and By-Laws adopted at 3rd Pan-Pacific Science Congress, 11 Nov 1926, Tokyo (Japan), and amended at subsequent Congresses and Inter-Congresses. Current revised statutes effective from Jun 2016.
Facilitate interdisciplinary and international research and collaboration in the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on key issues and problems in the region in order to engage science in the service of human needs and improve quality of life of the region's peoples and of the natural environment.
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Pacific Science Council; Executive Board; Scientific Working Groups (11), including: F-XM1882 - Pacific-Asia Biodiversity Transect Network (PABITRA); Permanent Secretariat.
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