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Course Announcement

Gene Stoermer stoermer at umich.edu
Wed Dec 15 12:06:49 EST 1999

Apologies for cross-postings:
	The annual course in Systematics and Ecology of Diatoms will again
be offered at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory this summer.  Gene Stoermer,
University of Michigan, will be the primary instructor, and Matt Julius
will assist.  This is a concentrated, field-oriented class, suitable for
students of any level who desire a general introduction to diatoms and
advanced students who wish to utilize freshwater diatoms in systematic,
ecological or paleontological investigations.  Because of limited
enrollment, maximum ten, individual student needs can be accommodated.  A
limited number of research spaces for senior investigators are also
available.  The regular class is four credit hours and runs from 18 June
to 14 July 2000.  An additional week-long Diatom Clinic (16-21 July) will
be available, primarily for consultation and exchange by professional
diatomists. Students who have taken the regular course may participate,
and gain one additional hour of course credit, by submitting a research
paper.  Students, particularly those electing the five week sequence, are
encouraged to bring their own research materials.  Because class size is
limited, early enrollment is encouraged.
	General information and registration is available on the Iowa
Lakeside Lab homepage: http://www.lakeside.iastate.edu. Other contacts

For brochure and regular mail registration:
Iowa Lakeside Laboratory
131 Bessey Hall
Iowa State University
Ames, IA  50011
Ph. 515.294.9777
E-mail:  lakeside at iastate.edu

For specific course information:
Dr. E. F. Stoermer
Center for Great Lakes
501 East University
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI  48109-2099
Ph. 313.764.7430
Email - stoermer at umich.edu

Eugene Stoermer, University of Michigan
Internet e-mail address:  stoermer at umich.edu
Voice Phone: 734-764-5238    Fax: 734-647-2748

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