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In Mexico, demand increases for specialization

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / April 19, 2009

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SAN LUIS POTOSI, Mexico - Susan Quackenbush sits behind her desk at a Mexican government office, examining environmental data and images of Mexico's endangered wetlands. Her colleague, Sandy Jimenez, helps doctoral students prepare English-language papers for scientific journals. Shane Runquist is a specialist in geographic information systems, and went to Mexico to assist agencies in interpreting geographic data for zoning ... (Full article: 558 words)

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