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Annual Meeting

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
May 17-21, 2015

Website: http://sfsannualmeeting.org/Archive/2015/

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The 2015 SFS meeting logo features a Hine's Emerald dragonfly (Somatochlora hineana), a federally-endangered species whose largest breeding population is in Door County, Wisconsin. The "venation" patterns on three of the dragonfly's wings represent the three major freshwater habitats: riverine (a stream network), lacustrine (a bathymetric map), and palustrine (the USGS map symbol for wetlands). The final dragonfly wing contains the Milwaukee skyline, portraying both the location of the 2015 meeting and the potential future of increasing urbanized influences on freshwater systems. The meeting logo was designed by SFS member and Wisconsin resident Gina LaLiberte.
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