[Coral-List] American Academy of Underwater Sciences AnnualSymposium Invitation

Ryan, Katherine Ellen KER0224 at ecu.edu
Sat Jan 27 18:08:46 EST 2007

Does anyone know of any work conducted to test the affinity of 210Pb to fine-grained carbonate sediments? 
Thank you!

Katie Ryan
Graduate Student
Dept. of Geology
East Carolina University


From: coral-list-bounces at coral.aoml.noaa.gov on behalf of Nathan T. Schwarck
Sent: Fri 1/26/2007 7:19 PM
To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
Subject: [Coral-List] American Academy of Underwater Sciences AnnualSymposium Invitation

All persons interested in underwater sciences or scientific diving are
invited to attend the American Academy of Underwater Sciences Annual
Symposium.  This year's symposium is hosted by the University of Miami's
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science in Miami, Florida; March
5-10, 2007.  Scientists, Dive Safety Officers, students and diving
technicians are invited to contribute and present papers or posters
describing recent research, underwater research diving techniques and
technological developments related to scientific diving.

The American Academy of Underwater Sciences, (AAUS) is a professional
organization dedicated to the advancement and practice of scientific diving.
AAUS accomplishes its mission by developing standards for scientific diver
certification and the safe operation of scientific diving programs,
conducting symposia and workshops, publishing proceedings and funding

Further information may be found at http://www.aaus.org <http://www.aaus.org/> 

Thank you,

Capt. Nathan T. Schwarck, M.S.

Appointed Board of Director

American Academy of Underwater Sciences


Capt. Nathan T. Schwarck, M.S.

Scientific Diving Safety Officer

Shannon Point Marine Center

1900 Shannon Point Road

Anacortes, WA 98221-4042


 Email:  schwarn at cc.wwu.edu

Phone:  360.293.2188 or 360.640.7400

    Fax:  360.293.1083


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