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 NABS 58th Annual Meeting

Aquatic Sciences: Global Changes from the Center to the Edge

Joint Meeting with ASLO & NABS
June 6-11, 2010
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA

www.aslo.org/santafe2010

Sponsored by the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography and the North American Benthological Society.

Call for Symposia and Topical Sessions

The Planning Committee invites proposals from all interested scientists in the aquatic sciences and leaders of major programs in this area for special sessions of interest to this joint conference. Please visit http://www.aslo.org/forms/santafe2010.html for session submission information and forms.

Meeting Contacts

Bob Sterner, University of Minnesota, stern007@umn.edu

Michael Barbour, Tetra Tech, Inc., michael.barbour@tetratech.com

Shelley Arnott, Queen’s University, arnotts@biology.queensu.ca

Jim Thorp, University of Kansas, thorp@ku.edu

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