NCRI Proceedings - Last Chance to Order
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Fri Oct 26 19:06:07 EDT 2001
"Scientific Aspects of Assessment, Monitoring, and Restoration in Coral Reef
LAST CHANCE - ORDER NOW!
The Conference Proceedings of the National Coral Reef Institute's 1999
International Conference in Ft. Lauderdale are now available by order. This
is a Special Issue of the Bulletin of Marine Science. The 768-page, 51 paper
* 13 papers on coral reef assessment
* 5 papers on biodiversity and community dynamics of
* 5 papers on impacts and stressors to coral reefs
* 15 papers on coral reef monitoring
* 13 papers on coral reef restoration dynamics
Single copy, print version, including shipping charges (overseas by air
mail): $37.00 USD each. Prepublication orders for printed copies will be
honored until 5 November ONLY. If payment is not received on a submitted
order by 5 November, the order will be cancelled.
CD versions of the Proceedings are $10.00 USD, including shipping charges
(overseas by Air Mail). CDs will be available beyond the 5 November
deadline for print copies. The $10.00 pricing for CDs is only available to
Conference participants. The price for non-conference participants is
Orders must include format (CD or Print), number of copies, and full mailing
address of recipient.
Orders must include payment by check or international money orders made
payable to the BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE. Mail orders with payment to:
Prof. Samuel C. Snedaker, Editor
Bulletin of Marine Science
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, Florida 33149-1098
This pricing for printed copies will NOT be available after publication.
Conference organizers will NOT be able to provide copies of the proceedings
to conference attendees due to size (and therefore cost). The conference
fee, as stated in the conference brochure, included the abstract book which
was distributed at the conference. Only session chairs and one author from
each published paper will receive a complimentary copy.
This notice is designed as a reminder for people who have not yet placed
their orders. Unforeseen publication delays have made this last opportunity
available. Shipment is expected soon after the 5 November date.
Any further questions should be directed to:
Editor, Bulletin of Marine Science
BMS at rsmas.miami.edu
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