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Latin America Chapter

Ramirez & Encalada

Chapter Co-Chairs

Alonso Ramirez (aramirez@ramirezlab.net) and Andrea Encalada (aencalada@usfq.edu.ec)

Membership Goal

All of Latin America is included in this chapter, including Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean Islands.

Mission Statement

The primary goal of this chapter is to provide a communication link for a large number of freshwater scientists throughout Latin America and to be a focal point for consensus-building and collaboration within Latin America.

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