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    As with most other professions, ecology has become increasingly dependent on information technology and on the ability to service journals, scientists, resource managers, and the taxpaying public with digital files. Ecologists who once devoted their careers to field experimentation now find themselves scrambling to organize web sites and multimedia presentations, or trying to meet publication expectations for electronic submissions. Working with technology may facilitate the tasks at hand, but it may also prove to be a chalenge to master these new tools in addition to the science. Fortunately, software like Snaglt makes the process more efficient and enjoyable. SnagIt is an effective and affordable screen capture utility that, over the years, has evolved into a capable, multi-feature graphics package.

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    Bragg, Don C. 2002. SnagIt, Version 6.1 For Windows. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America Vol. 83, No. 4, October 2002 p. 255-256

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