Discover Inter-Research and Solve a Puzzle
Inter-Research (IR), a small publisher of (mostly) aquatic science journals that have a high global impact, was a sponsor of the 2015 IAMSLIC Conference. I represented IR at the conference and gave a presentation about its products. The presentation is re-conceived here as a crossword puzzle. The search for the solutions, to be found on the IR website http://www.int-res.com, should be both fun and informative about what is available from IR.
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