[Coral-List] 82 coral species listing

Pedro H. Rodríguez phernanrod at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 19 12:20:07 EDT 2012

I second Roger's point: an apology is in order, or at least evidence that coral-list has been "taken over" by advocacy. The list publishes posts on all coral-reef related subjects, from "pure" science to educational campaigns on anthropogenic impacts. I can't find any justification for this conspiracy theory, except maybe an attempt to receive attention.
To: Steve Mussman <sealab at earthlink.net>
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I would like to concur with these comments - I think the coral-list
team has done a great job providing forum that is fair and in fact not
driven by any particular interests.

Gene I believe you owe this effort an apology

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Roger Griffis
Climate Change Coordinator
NOAA Fisheries Service
Roger.b.griffis at noaa..gov

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