[Coral-List] RE: sponge leeward/windward inquiry

Jane Fromont Jane.Fromont at museum.wa.gov.au
Thu Jul 15 03:03:44 EDT 2004

Hello Catherine, There is a sponge list, much like this coral list, with
most of the world's sponge workers associated with it. If you have sponge
queries (as below) you should try sending the query to them. 

Sponge biology and chemistry list [PORIFERA at JISCMAIL.AC.UK]
L-Soft list server at JISCMAIL (1.8e) [LISTSERV at JISCMAIL.AC.UK]
Regards, Jane

Dr Jane Fromont
Curator of Marine Invertebrates
Department of Aquatic Zoology
Western Australian Museum
Francis Street
Perth WA6000
Phone: (08) 94272 745
Fax: (08) 94272 882
Web: www.museum.wa.gov.au


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Date: Mon, 05 Jul 2004 12:10:18 -0400 (EDT)
From: Catherine Desrosiers <catcat at TZoNE.ORG>
Subject: [Coral-List] Sponges-Leeward vs Windward and evoutionary
	history of	the Caribbean Sea
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Dear Coral-Listers,

Is someone knowing about papers talking about differences in sponges
between the leeward and the windward area of a Caribbean island?

I would also like to better understand the evolutionary history of the 
Caribbean Sea and why it is so rich in nutrients en sediments, in comparison

with the Pacific (Wilkinson and Cheshire explain it too briefly in 1990, 
Comparison of sponges population across the Great Barrier reef of Australia 
and Belize: evidence for higher productivity in the Caribbean).


Catherine Desrosiers
Marine Environment Observatory of Martinique
7 avenue Condorcet
97200 Fort de France
Martinique (French West Indies)
ommm at wanadoo.fr

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