coral-list, of course
Judith Lang & Lynton Land
JandL at rivnet.net
Fri Aug 13 18:06:14 EDT 1999
Been away for a couple of days.
What about Steve Colwell's email?
FAQs suitable for coral-list could be readily rewritten for the students,
I failed us in DC, in that there were so many concurrent agendas that we
never got to the specifics of what would be on their RECON website...but I
haven't forgotten if that should seem to be the appropriate way to go.
Have a great week-end,
PS The word is getting around. EPA guys a little vexed that the scientists
are only complaining about NOAA cuts when they perceive their position as
being even more precarious. I said, "All I need is a mole..."
>From: CoralReefA at aol.com
>To: hendee at aoml.noaa.gov, owner-coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov,
coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
>Subject: Re: Re: coral-list moderation
>Date: Wed, Aug 11, 1999, 1:03 PM
>I know that I speak for the vast majority of the coral-list users when I say
>"THANK YOU" for all of the time, energy and thought you have put into the
>list. The coral-list is a tremendous resource for all of us.
>It is great that you are open to making improvements, but it shouldn't all
>fall on your shoulders. It may be time for us to collectively think about
>where we might be able to find some financial/personnel support for the list
>so that you can make the types of changes you refer to in your message.
>At the very least, we coral-listers should start to take some more
>responsibility as well for projects such as the FAQ list.
>Thanks again for all your good work,
>CORAL- The Coral Reef Alliance
>"Working together to keep coral reefs alive"
>Address: 64 Shattuck Square, Suite 220
>Berkeley, CA 94704
>email: SColwell at coral.org
>web site: www.coral.org
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