[Coral-List] New Edition of Reef Encounter Available

Rupert Ormond rupert.ormond.mci at gmail.com
Wed Oct 8 03:32:17 EDT 2014

Dear Coral-listers,

May I make use of the list to inform you that the latest issue of /Reef 
Encounter/ (August 2014) is now available for free download (by 
non-members as well as members of ISRS).

/Reef Encounter/ is the news journal / magazine of the International 
Society for Reef Studies (the international society that published the 
scientific journal /Coral Reefs/ and organises the International Coral 
Reef Symposia).  The latest issue of Reef Encounter runs to 70 pages and 
contains a series of interesting and topical articles including on: 
outputs from NOAA's Coral Reef Watch, tools for coral identification, 
the next El Nino, coral reef friendship groups, and the Tubbataha 
Natural Park.  That is in addition to short papers, book reviews, 
conference reports, programme summaries, and lots of news.

To download simply click on either of these two sites

High-resolution version: 

Low-resolution version: 

Alternatively you can download this and past editions of /Reef 
Encounter/ from the publicly accessible pages of the ISRS website 
www.coralreefs.org <http://www.coralreefs.org>

If you are not already a member and like what you see, _please Join the 
Society_.  This gives you free on-line access to past and current issues 
of /Coral Reefs/, as well as priority for publication in /Reef 
Encounter/, and discounted rates at ISRS conferences. _The membership 
fees have been greatly reduced for students and for residents of 
developing countries._ Further details are given on the ISRS website, 
where you can join on-line.

With thanks,

Rupert Ormond
ISRS Corresponding Secretary

Hon. Professor, Centre for Marine Biodiversity & Biotechnology, 
Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
Research Chair in Marine Conservation, King Abdul-Aziz University, 
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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