Monday, 13 January 2014

Eric Marshall 'Disturbed' by Dismantling of Namesake Science Library in Canada

The Tyee
"I don't want to have my name associated with empty shelves," biologist says. For nearly three decades, the now-retired scientist built from scratch one of the world's finest collections on freshwater science at the University of Manitoba. Details here. 

A dumpster at the Fisheries and Oceans 
Canada library in Mont-Joli, Que., 
in an image sent by a federal union official.
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