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FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS : REVITALIZING EDUCATIONAL 
    PROGRAMS IN LIMNOLOGY     1996
by
Committee on Inland Aquatic Ecosystems
Water Science and Technology Board
Commission on Geosciences, Environment, and Resources

1.  Overview: status of inland waters

2.  Limnology, the science of inland waters: evolution and
    current status

3.  Contemporary water management: role of limnology

4.  Education in limnology: current status and recommendations
    for improvement

5.  Future of limnology: linking education and water resource
    management


BACKGROUND PAPERS:
1.  Organizing paradigms for the study of inland aquatic ecosystems

2.  Linkages among diverse aquatic ecosystems: a neglected field 
    of study

3.  Training of aquatic ecosystem scientists

4.  Wetlands : an essential component of curricula in limnology

5.  Applied aquatic ecosystem science

6.  Fundamental research questions in inland aquatic ecosystem
    science

7.  The role of major research centers in the study of inland 
    aquatic ecosystem

8.  Bringing biology back into water quality assessments

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