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WETZEL’S LIMNOLOGY As General Secretary and Treasurer of SIL for 37 years, Robert Wetzel contributed enormously to the success and...



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💧To what extent do standard limnological metrics represent the environmental status of lakes? 

💧Are indexes developed many years ago still informative of lake condition? 

💧Are we missing anything relevant in our routine sampling? 

💦We still do not have the answers. But you may contribute to find some by filling out the survey of our the limnological society of Argentina. 
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The congress is only starting on Monday but the SIL board has already started to work hard >>>

SIL President discussing how SIL can support the global sustainability agenda in the SIL Board pre-congress retreat.
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To celebrate our 37th congress @tandfresearch is offering 8 articles from our Journal Inland Waters free to read until end of June!

To access to the list of articles go to the link in bio FREE TO READ
Wetzel week - day 5
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This is our last day and the last videos: learning about wetland ecosystems and a little bit of
physical limnology with the closing chapter on water movement! While we know that you are
very sad to end this wonderful limnology show, more videos are in production, and we will keep
you posted as soon as they come out! Thank you for learning with us!
Link to the full Wetzel video playlist in the bio.

Wetzel week - day 4
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Today we will dive much deeper into the water column to discover what is hiding within the sediment? You will discover that there is life and how the sediment is a real time machine that can help us travel into the past! 

Link to the Wetzel videos playlist in the bio.