[Coral-List] Addendum to "Seeing Bruno"

jidjadi at UDel.Edu jidjadi at UDel.Edu
Sat Feb 23 16:58:19 EST 2008

The clip of the Bruno interview is up on CSPAN.org. The link is: http://www.c-span.org/homepage.asp?Cat=Series&Code=WJE&ShowVidNum=9&Rot_Cat_CD=WJ&Rot_HT=206&Rot_WD=&ShowVidDays=100&ShowVidDesc=&ArchiveDays=30
Look under "most watched segments." I believe the date of the show was 2/21/08. 

Joshua Idjadi
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Delaware
jidjadi at udel.edu

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>Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2008 09:37:29 -0500
>From: Gene Shinn <eshinn at marine.usf.edu>
>Subject: [Coral-List] John Bruno on TV
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>Being a C-Span Junkie I had the privilege this morning of watching 
>John Bruno on C-Span's Washington Journal program. John was on for a 
>full hour discussing the recently released world view maps of human 
>impacts on the oceans. During his hour he did an excellent job of 
>fielding a variety of questions (phoned in) from people all across 
>the country. It also provided a forum for him to describe the plight 
>of Florida's reefs, effects of MPAs, and  overfishing in the 
>Caribbean and a host of other questions including one form a person 
>who accused him of being a dupe of a communists plot to globalize the 
>oceans. He handled it very politely. Once again you can view what was 
>discussed at <http://knb.ecoinformatics.org/GlobalMarine/>   I 
>suspect this will lead to several visits to Congress. Well done John. 
>No Rocks, No Water, No Ecosystem (EAS)
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>Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 17:10:30 -0500
>From: Dana Williams <dana.williams at noaa.gov>
>Subject: [Coral-List] Job announcement: Research Associate II position
>	in	coral reef ecology
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