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Environment

Swampy Turn Of Phrase

June 18, 2007 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 85, ISSUE 25

As an environmental chemical engineer, I appreciated the turn of phrase used to describe the job market for chemists and physicists that "The wetlands of graduate school and postdoctoral positions absorbed any potential surplus" (C&EN, May 7, page 74). I surmise what must follow is "The runoff of positions from the watersheds of industry, government, and institutions."

Stacy L. Daniels
Midland, Mich.

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