satellite dust monitoring

Gene Shinn eshinn at
Fri Mar 31 09:23:51 EST 2000

<fontfamily><param>Times</param>For those coral reefers wishing to keep
abreast of, and tract, iron and phosphorous -rich  Aspergillus-bearing
dust clouds settling over the Caribbean and S.E. USA, there is a new
occasional e-mail newsletter to which you can subscribe. Joe Prospero
initiated this dust advisory service following the huge dust events of
=46eb 26 and early March 2000. In his advisories you will find websites
to about 10 other satellite services that tract both weather and
aerosols. The address is:
<<<underline><color><param>0000,0000,00FF</param>dustlist-help at


"When you are on the wrong train, every stop is the wrong stop" Dennis


		                       | For a different track
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</bigger></fontfamily>E. A. Shinn

email  eshinn at

USGS Center for Coastal Geology     |=20

600 4th St. South                   | voice  (727) 803-8747 x3030

St.Petersburg, FL  33701            | fax    (727) 803-2032


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