[Coral-List] Okinawa Accomodation Opportunity

Leanne Hepburn L.Hepburn at mmu.ac.uk
Tue May 18 10:46:20 EDT 2004

Dear Listers,
Due to funding problems, i'm sure like some others, I will be unable to attend this years meeting.
However, I previously booked accomodation at the Pacific Hotel Okinawa. If there is anyone out
or you know of anyone needing accomodation for the duration of the conference (actually the room
booked from 26th June-3rd July). Please mail me at the address below. It is the second cheapest
hotel on the suggested list and is on the shuttle bus route. The cost is 5 775 yen per night. It
a double room sharing with a presenting colleague. Female is preferred!


Leanne J. Hepburn
E402 Research Office
Environmental & Geographical Sciences
Manchester Metropolitan University
John Dalton Ext. Building
Chester Street
M1 5GD

l.hepburn at mmu.ac.uk

Tel: 00 44 (0)161 247 1598
Fax: 00 44 (0)161 247 6318
Research: http://www.egs.mmu.ac.uk/users/cperry/research/leanneproject.html

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   1. email address for D. Danaher (ELAINE DANAHER)
   2. Bali ICRS proceedings - swap Vol 1 for 2? (David Obura)


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Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 12:34:06 -0400
From: "ELAINE DANAHER" <efrank49 at verizon.net>
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Jan Locke..This is Deborah Danaher's mom...Her email address...mussidae at mac.com or mussidae2 at yahoo.com...I'll tell her you are trying to contact her...Elaine DanaherFrom hauckl at science.oregonstate.edu  Thu May 13 15:12:59 2004
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Just a quick note of thanks for the large response to my earlier request for
advice on marine epoxy for transplant experiments.  There were too many replies
for me to address each one personally - but I do appreciate all the advice I
received.  FYI, a summary of the prevalent advice:  Z-spar was a popular basic
epoxy, but I was warned it is toxic until it cures.  Cyanoacrylic super glue
gel was also popular, particularly due to its lack of toxicity, but it can
result in nubbin loss under high wave exposure.  Aquastick, by Two Little
Fishes, appears to be the least toxic epoxy that seems to suite field
experiments where wave action is an issue.

Thanks again!

- Laura Hauck 


Message: 2
Date: Fri, 14 May 2004 09:06:15 +0300
From: David Obura <dobura at africaonline.co.ke>
Subject: [Coral-List] Bali ICRS proceedings - swap Vol 1 for 2?
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Dear all,

I did receive the Bali proceedings, some time back, but unfortunately
received two copies of Volume 1.  If anyone has two copies of Vol. 2 and
wants to swap I¹d be happy to do it in Okinawa, or by mail ...

David Obura

CORDIO East Africa
8 Kibaki Flats, Kenyatta Beach, Bamburi Beach
P.O.BOX 10135 Mombasa, Kenya
Tel/fax: +254-41-548 6473
Email: dobura at cordio.info 



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