Caribbean Marine Labs
richardl at fiu.edu
Mon Jan 8 15:11:43 EST 2001
Sorry about the double posting of this message - this (original) one was
emailed on December 13 but for some reason only was sent out now. If you
responded to my second announcement, please disregard this. And, by the
way, thanks for the responses. Happy New Year!
Laurie Richardson wrote:
> Greetings: The Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean
> (AMLC) is currently updating a list of all marine laboratories in the
> Caribbean region. The AMLC is a network of representatives from member
> marine laboratories. The organization holds bi-annual science meetings,
> with Directors meetings in alternate years. Our next science meeting
> will be held in June of 2001 in Puerto Rico.
> I have been charged with compiling a current list of all Caribbean
> marine labs. I would appreciate it very much if you would reply to me
> (richardl at fiu.edu) if you are affilliated with a Caribbean marine lab.
> Please provide the following information:
> - your name and email address
> - the name and location of the marine lab (Caribbean region only) with
> which you are affiliated
> Please provide this information whether or not you are a member. If you
> are interested in becoming a member, our membership chair is Steve
> Legore (slegore at mote.org).
> Thanks very much for your time. Laurie Richardson, AMCL Member-at-Large
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