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New addition to the Ramsar Sites Database team

01-Aug-2003

Wetlands International is delighted to welcome Karin Schneider von Deimling who joins the Ramsar Sites Database team in Wageningen as a Technical Assistant. Karin, a German national, is a biologist/g...
Wetlands International is delighted to welcome Karin Schneider von Deimling who joins the Ramsar Sites Database team in Wageningen as a Technical Assistant. Karin, a German national, is a biologist/geographer by training, with an MSc in remote sensing applied to water conservation, and previously worked on technical and species databases supporting the Secretariat of the Convention on Migratory Species, Bonn. The other members of the Ramsar Sites Database Service are Ellen Diémé-Amting and Dineke Beintema-Hietbrink, and we are pleased to have a full strength team at a time when the Sites Database is undergoing rapid and exciting changes.

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