Cyanide And Dynamite Fishing (fwd)

Coral Health and Monitoring Program coral at
Thu Dec 5 15:18:25 EST 1996

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Date: 04 Dec 96 23:20:48 EST 
From: "John R. CLARK" <103325.3644 at> 
To: Coral Health and Monitoring Program <coral at> 
Subject: Re: Cyanide And Dynamite Fishing 

Michael AW, 

I admired your comments and thought you 
might be interested in my recent book. 


John Clark 

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