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  3. Tuesday, December 09 2014, 07:11 PM
The Groundwater Wetlands and Bogs Study Group is sponsoring a special section of papers in the September 2016 issue of the journal Freshwater Science. Below are the authors and working titles for the special section. The Study Group currently has 250 members in 39 countries. Membership is by invitation and those interested in joining should contact Tom Baugh at springmountain1@att.net.

Los humedales de agua subterránea y los pantanos del Grupo de Estudio están patrocinando una sección especial de artículos en la edición de septiembre 2016 de la revista Ciencia de agua dulce. A continuación se presentan los autores y títulos de trabajo de la sección especial. El Grupo de Estudio actualmente cuenta con 250 miembros en 39 países. La membresía es por invitación y los interesados en unirse deben comunicarse con Tom Baugh en springmountain1@att.net.

Les zones humides et les eaux souterraines Groupe d'étude Bogs parraine une section spéciale de documents dans le numéro de Septembre 2016 la revue Sciences eau douce. Voici les auteurs et titres de travail pour la section spéciale. Le Groupe d'étude compte actuellement 250 membres dans 39 pays. Participation sur invitation et les personnes intéressées à se joindre devraient communiquer avec Tom Baugh au springmountain1@att.net.


Authors

Baugh, T. Facilitator, Groundwater Wetlands and Bogs Study Group
Introduction to the Special Section

Battegazzore, M., et al. Agenzia Regionale per la Protezione Ambientle
Optimization of high-altitude spring monitoring in the NW Italian alps for the evaluation of global change

Sada, D. and J.M. Thomas
Groundwater hydrology and benthic macroinvertebrate community relationships in Great Basin and Mojave Desert spring systems, USA

Serov, P.
Towards a global groundwater ecosystem classification


Springer, A. et Al. Global distribution of springs ecosystems

Stevens, L.E. et Al. Biodiversity of groundwater-dependent species with a focus on springs: A global perspective
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