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  1. Judith Joyce
  2. General Wetland Topics
  3. Tuesday, August 05 2014, 12:10 PM
The Groundwater Wetlands and Bogs Study Group has grown to well over 200 members in 37 countries. In addition to hosting a very successful session at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Portland Oregon, the Study group continues to develop it's Journal Literature Project and Science App Project and is now involved in developing a Special Section Project of papers to be published early in 2016. There is no cost for membership and those interested should contact Tom Baugh at springmountain1@att.net.
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