Paraná River Project - INALI

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Paraná team Research team Sampling at St. Ana

Instituto Nacional de Limnología (INALI)

INALI was formed in 1962 as the first dedicated scientific research institute created by CONICET. INALI has a holistic approach to research that encompasses the efforts of water engineers, geologists, biologists, and chemists, which enables an integration of disciplines that is vital to understand fully the intricate interrelationships governing complex large river systems. INALI receives support and collaborates with diverse national (e.g. National University of Littoral (UNL), National Agency for Investigations Promotion, CONICET), governmental institutions (municipalities of Santo Tome and Santa Fe cities), and international agencies (e.g. Science Advisory Committee of the Tropical Rivers Alliance, International Society for River Science, Nature Conservancy Great Rivers Center Advisory Committee and International Union for Conservation of Nature, Max Planck Institute für Limnologie at Plön). INALI employs 12 full-time researchers, 9 research officers and 13 technicians with 18 PhD students currently undertaking research.

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Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Facultad de Ingeniería y Ciencias Hídricas, Centro Internacional de Estudios de Grandes RÍos, C.C. 217 - (3000) Santa Fe, Argentina

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