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Students from the Netherlands Contributing to USGS Studies in Florida

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Chris van Duynhoven, Tom Basten, and Theo Vlaar
Above: (Left to right) Dutch students Chris van Duynhoven, Tom Basten, and Theo Vlaar sitting on the pontoon of the helicopter that carries them from site to site during fieldwork.

Three more students from the Netherlands—Theo Vlaar, Tom Basten, and Chris Duynhoven—have joined the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)'s Dynamics of Land-Margin Ecosystems project and are working with Gordon Anderson in the Florida Everglades. All three are enrolled at Larenstein University of Professional Education in Velp, the Netherlands. Over the years, we have had many fine interns from Laurenstein (for example, see Sound Waves article, Students from the Netherlands Assist USGS Staff in Florida). Tom and Chris will be with us through March; Theo, who is doing research for his Master's degree, will be here through May.

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Students from the Netherlands Assist USGS Staff in Florida
November 2004

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Dynamics of Land Margin Ecosystems - Coastal Everglades Wetlands
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