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New addition to the Ramsar Sites Database team

01-Mar-2004

Wetlands International is delighted to welcome Agnès Bracke who this week joined the Ramsar Sites Database team in Wageningen as a Technical Assistant. Agnès has a bachelor's degree in Agronomy speci...
Wetlands International is delighted to welcome Agnès Bracke who this week joined the Ramsar Sites Database team in Wageningen as a Technical Assistant. Agnès has a bachelor's degree in Agronomy specialising in Horticulture and is fluent in Dutch, French and English. She has been working since November as a volunteer within the Ramsar team and will continue to assist with the compilation of the Ramsar Sites Directory and other database management matters.

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