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Re: Current study group contacts?
I can only speak with regards to Diapteron,
BUT: look at the June BNL issue. There is a report
about the KCC activities and a request for volunteers.
Just this weekend during the CKC show I was
approached by Roger Langton, the founder of the
Killifish Conservation Committee (KCC). I gladly
accepted his offer to volunteer as a species
coordinator for the Diapteron group. It is not
official yet, but soon there will be an official
announcement and a call for participation. I have
several ideas to get this going, not only with regards
to conservation. I mainly want to use the Internet as
a means for communication.
I totally agree with you: the Internet is such a great
forum/global & boundless tool for communication,
which we donít really use to itís full potential, YET.
--- Shane Essary <sessary at mail_com> wrote:
> Just curious, and maybe I haven't looked hard
> enough, but does anyone have the current status of
> the various study groups? For example, I haven't
> heard anything from the Diapteron study group since
> 1997ish, not to mention contact names, etc. And
> that's a shame because the 3 or 4 issues I recall of
> the Diapteron newsletter was superb, as were the
> color prints that came with them. I know it's a
> volunteer thing, but are there any study groups
> actively working at the moment?
> This also might be something that would make a good
> hook-in (pun intended) to the main aka site if the
> information could be gathered and sent to Barry (if
> he's willing).
> Thanks in advance.
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