IAMSLIC Conference Proceedings 2018
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Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the International Marine and Aquatic Sciences and Information Centers (IAMSLIC), held in Entebbe Uganda From 21-25 October 2018. The papers presented covered marine and aquatic sciences, fisheries, information needs, and library resources and innovations. Presenters were from multiple countries.
Suggested CitationBook: Barr, Dorothy, "IAMSLIC Conference Proceedings 2018", 44th Annual Conference, 2019-03-11, https://hdl.handle.net/1912/23783
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