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For general keyword searches, simply enter the keyword and submit the query. If a phrase is used, the search will find only that exact query string; thus, if you are looking for 'aquatic species' your query will not return 'aquatic nuisance species'. To find the latter, your search entry should look like the following: 'aquatic%species'. Additionally, do not use suffixes; the search engine will add "s", "es", "ing", etc. onto the end of any keywords. For example, search for "zebra mussel" instead of "zebra mussels".
You may use the Organization table to search for all of the links for one of our selected organizations. If the organization you are looking for is not in the list, simply enter the organization name into the keyword search box.
For more complex searches, you may optionally limit your searches using any combination of the search options. For example, a search for keyword:fish, but only links to organization: University of Wisconsin Sea Grant, limited to the GLIN:economy section, will give you very specific results.
Search results are returned with GLIN pages first, followed by found links sorted alphabetically. The search will return all results unless otherwise specified.