[Coral-List] On-topic posts to 'coral-list'
southern_caribbean at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 28 08:29:17 EST 2011
Here is my final contribution on the subject. Which research institutes, governmental agencies and other institutions are doing research on this and other invasive species into the marine environment of the Wider Caribbean region? And which of these are doing so to come up with population control management strategies?
I must in the end agree with Jim Hendee, these fish are here to stay, so let us forget eradication programs, these go against the grain of common sense and good science.
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--- On Fri, 1/28/11, Lew Gramer <lew.gramer at noaa.gov> wrote:
From: Lew Gramer <lew.gramer at noaa.gov>
Subject: [Coral-List] On-topic posts to 'coral-list'
To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
Date: Friday, January 28, 2011, 4:29 AM
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