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SFS Statement on Ethics

"As professionals of aquatic sciences, we are obligated to provide clear, accurate, and timely information; to encourage open discourse, both professional and public; and to participate in the debate that contributes to informed choices by the public. We are also obligated to select for ourselves and to recommend to others courses of action we believe will protect and rehabilitate the biological diversity and integrity of aquatic ecosystems."

Passed by ExCom on 6 June 2004, and the membership on 7 June 2004

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