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2012 General Meeting Panel Presentations

2012 General Meeting Panel Presentations

See What You Missed!

If you were in San Diego, California, USA for the 2012 PES General Meeting and attended a valuable panel session, refresh your memory with reference to the presentation.

  • If you missed a session, use the presentations along with the proceedings to enhance your understanding of the material.
  • And, if you were unable to attend the meeting, here's a way to get an idea of what you missed and consider attending the 2013 PES General Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 21–25 July 2013.

Click on a link below to be connected to session descriptions from the printed program and available presentations.

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