rard at com.univ-mrs.fr
Fri Dec 1 04:33:57 EST 2000
Dear Douglas and others,
I'm a PhD student on coral growth and bioerosion in Reunion Island.
I just have received the latest book (in 1 volume) of Veron. Before this new
collection in 3 volumes, it was the reference in coral taxonomy.
Because I work in the Indian Ocean, my problem with this book is that some
species are not described in my book.
To your mind, do you think there are many other new species in this new
collection ? Do you thing I can find in this one what I search, with the
knowledge of its price !
Thanks for your answer and have a nice day.
Station Marine d'Endoume, Centre d'Océanologie de Marseille
UMR CNRS 6540, Equipe DIMAR
De : Doug Fenner <d.fenner at aims.gov.au>
À : coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov <coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov>
Date : vendredi 1 décembre 2000 00:58
Objet : coral book
>>From J. Veron:
> Please note that Charlie Veron's "Corals of the
>World" will be going up in price after this month. It currently costs $US95
>(or $AU145) which includes delivery by courier worldwide. It can be
>purchased on website www.aims.gov.au/corals or by contacting AIMS by fax
>(+61 7 47725852) or email (corals at aims.gov.au).
> If anybody is unfamiliar with the book, it is 3 volumes, 794 species (all
>the known zooxxanthellate species of the world), about 100 new species,
>over 3000 colour photos, etc. -Doug
>Douglas Fenner, Ph.D.
>Australian Institute of Marine Science
>PMB No 3
>phone 07 4753 4334
>e-mail: d.fenner at aims.gov.au
>The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
>sponsors coral-list and the Coral Health and Monitoring Program
>(CHAMP, http://www.coral.noaa.gov). Please visit the Web site
>for instructions on subscribing and unsubscribing to coral-list.
The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
sponsors coral-list and the Coral Health and Monitoring Program
(CHAMP, http://www.coral.noaa.gov). Please visit the Web site
for instructions on subscribing and unsubscribing to coral-list.
More information about the Coral-list-old