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Freshwater Ecosystems: Revitalizing Educational Programs in Limnology D Other Contributors to This Report During the course of this project, many individuals other than committee members and those acknowledged in the preface contributed their time to the development of the study and this report. These individuals assisted in planning the study that led to the report, developing recommendations for improving the value of education in limnology for water resources management jobs, writing about limnology programs in their universities, and developing written material for the report. We acknowledge the possibility of overlooking some individual from this list of contributors and apologize if this occurred. Participants in planning meeting that led to this project: Judy Meyer, University of Georgia, Chair Jill Baron, Colorado State University Ken Bencala, U.S. Geological Survey Nick Clesceri, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Christopher D'Elia, University of Maryland Penelope Firth, National Science Foundation Stuart Fisher, Arizona State University William Lewis, University of Colorado John Magnuson, University of Wisconsin Donald Nielsen, University of California, Davis Ann Spacie, Purdue University Richard Sparks, Illinois Natural History Survey Robert Wetzel, University of Alabama Attendees at the workshop on perspectives on limnological education from water managers: Jeff Bode, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wayne Cheyney, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
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Freshwater Ecosystems: Revitalizing Educational Programs in Limnology Richard DiBuono, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers David Dilks, Limno-Tech, Inc. James Erckman, Seattle Water Department Tom Fontaine, South Florida Water Management District Wayne Poppe, Tennessee Valley Authority Don Porcella, Electric Power Research Institute Dan Tadgerson, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians William Taft, Michigan Department of Natural Resources Contributors of text boxes and other material in Chapters 2, 3, and 4: Arthur Brooks, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Dennis Cooke, Kent State University Stuart Fisher, Arizona State University Ralph Fuhrman, civil and environmental engineer, Washington, D.C. Charles Hawkins, Utah State University Dieter Imboden, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Library staff of the J. W. Jones Ecological Research Center William Lewis, University of Colorado Gene Likens, Cary Arboretum Bill Mitsch, Ohio State University Earl Spangenberg, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point Heinz Stefan, University of Minnesota Jack Vallentyne, Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences We also thank the individuals at the 69 universities who responded to our questionnaire and provided the information found in Appendix A and the staff of limnological societies and journals for providing the information on membership and publication statistics found in Appendix B.
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