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  1. Gregor Lopez Moreira
  2. Muhammed Shikhani
  3. Deviyani Gurung
  4. Elena Matta
  5. Thomas Petzoldt
  6. Nuria Sanchez Lopez
  7. Laura Schaerer
  8. Charuvaleka Varadharajan
  9. Matthew Ross
  10. Marcus Beck
  11. Clayton Williams
  12. Arnab Shuvo
  13. Maike Sonnewald
  14. Colleen Nell
  15. Jennifer Adam
  16. Amina Pollard
  17. Shengyu Chen
  18. Victoria Stengel
  19. Dennis Trolle
  20. Nicolas Azaña Schnedler-Meyer
  21. Sam Newall
  22. Shannon Speir
  23. Heili Lowman
  24. Azadeh Yousefi
  25. Wayana Dolan
  26. Orhun Aydin
  27. Matthew Conlon
  28. Laura Soares
  29. Amber Jones
  30. Joshua Culpepper
  31. Elisa Calamita
  32. Mary Lofton
  33. Dexter Howard
  34. Cayelan Carey
  35. Freya Olsson
  36. Michael Vlah
  37. Audrey Thellman
  38. Nick Gubbins
  39. Linnea Rock
  40. Robin Rohwer
  41. Frederick Cheng
  42. Shuqi Lin
  43. Maartje Korver
  44. Merritt Harlan
  45. Md Mamun
  46. Lorena Silva
  47. Keyvan Malek
  48. Leon Katona

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Description: This OSF project is meant to serve as a long-term storage repository for presentations and workshop materials for the Aquatic Ecosystem Modeling-Junior (AEMON-J) and Virtual Summit: Incorporating Data Science and Open Science (DSOS) communities. Contributors in this repository include past presenters and workshop organizers. Contributors are only responsible for those individual presentations that are labeled with their surname.


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