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Changes with the Assistant Editor
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Volume 14 - 2012 is now active
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Publication of Volume 10 marks the tenth anniversary year of JPSE
Volume 10 will mark the tenth (anniversary) year of publication of the Journal of Pesticide Safety Education (JPSE). JPSE is the official journal of the American Association of Pesticide Safety Educators.
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