other 'marine' mailing lists

(Klaus Schnack) ks at sfb313.uni-kiel.d400.de
Wed Mar 6 12:23:18 EST 1996


Hi,
 maybe you will be interested in some other
 'marine' mailing lists...
 
 Tschau
  Klaus

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Klaus Schnack                        ks at sfb313.uni-kiel.de
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Here follows the excerpt of a compilation of aquatic environment mailing
lists, kindly set by Ms Kylie Hall and forwarded by Eric Baran


LISTS WHICH HAVE A MARINE, OCEANS OR COASTAL FOCUS:
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ABNET, is an abalone aquaculture network
To subscribe, send a command to the listserver:  listserver at uct.ac.za
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe abnet
To post to the list, the address is:  abnet at uct.ac.za
In order to receive general information about ABNET, send a message
to the listserver with the command:  information abnet

ALGAE-L, is a botanical discussion run by the University College, Dublin,
Ireland.  To subscribe, send a message to: listserv at irlearn.ucd.ie
with the following message in the body of the text:  sub algae-l <Your name>
To send a message to the list, the address is:  algae-l at irlearn.ucd.ie

ACZISC, is the Atlantic Coastal Zone Information Steering Committee
(ACZISC) mailing list.  The ACZISC is a committee of government and
non-government organizations set up to promote the coordination of coastal
zone initiatives regarding the information management.
To subscribe, send a message to:  Majordomo at hed.bio.dfo.ca
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe aczisc
To post to the list, the address is:  aczisc at hed.bio.dfo.ca

AQUA-L, is a list for discussion of aquaculture of all types, based at
the University of PEI.  The purpose of the list is to promote discussion
amongst individuals interested in the science, technology and business
of rearing aquatic species.
To subscribe, send a message to:  listproc at upei.ca
with the following text in the body of the message:  sub aqua-l <Your name>

BALTSEA (Forum for Baltic Sea Science) To join just send
subscribe baltsea Your Name
in the message body of an email to
listserv at searn.sunet.se
BALTSEA owner is Soren Floderus <Soren.Floderus at natgeog.uu.se>

BRINE-L, is a brine-shrimp discussion group.  This list doesn't seem to
have much traffic -
To subscribe to this list, send an e-mail message to:  listserv at uga.bitnet
(or listserv at uga.cc.uga.edu).
To send a message to the list, send mail to:  brine-l at uga.cc.uga.edu.

CMPAN (California Marine Protected Areas Network)
(pronounced simpan), is a discussion group to facilitate information
exchange about Marine Protected Areas (e.g. National Parks,
National Marine Sanctuaries, Marine Refuges, Marine Reserves,
Ecological Preserves, etc.).
The listserv is operated by California Sea Grant Extension Program
Marine Advisors Deborah McArdle (Santa Barbara County Office, e-mail:
damcardle at ucdavis.edu) and Rick Starr (Santa Cruz/Monterey
County Office, e-mail: starr at mlml.calstate.edu).
To subscribe, send a message to:  listproc at ucdavis.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe cmpan

COASTNET, is a coastal management conference to discuss National and
International Coastal Management issues. This forum encourages dialog on
coastal management issues from all nations.
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at uriacc.uri.edu
(or listserv at uriacc.bitnet)
with the following text in the body of the message:
subscribe coastnet <Your name>
To send a message to all of the people currently subscribed to the
list, send mail  to coastnet at uriacc.uri.edu

COASTGIS, is a list for people interested in using GIS for coastal zone
science and/or management.
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at irlearn.ucd.ie
with the following test in the body of the message:  subscribe coastgis
<Your name>
To send a message to the list, the address is:  coastgis at irlearn.ucd.ie

CONSGIS, is a biological conservation and GIS e-mail discussion list.
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at uriacc.uri.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:  sub consgis <Your name>
To send mail to the list, the address is:  consgis at uriacc.uri.edu

CTURTLE, is a sea turtle biology and conservation list.  The
list owner / contact is: <abb at gnv.ifas.ufl.edu>
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu
(bitnet:  listserv at nervm)
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub cturtle <Your name>
To send mail to the list, the address is:
cturtle at nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu (bitnet:  cturtle at nervm)

CORAL-LIST, is a coral discussion list produced by the Coral Health
and Monitoring Program (CHAMP).
To subscribe, send an e-mail message to:
majordomo at reef.aoml.noaa.gov
with the following text (only) in the body of the message:
subscribe coral-list
The Home Page may be found at URL:  http://coral.aoml.noaa.gov

CRUST-L, is a crustacean discussion group.
To subscribe, send an e-mail message to:  listserv at sivm.si.edu
with the following text (only) in the body of the message:
SUBSCRIBE CRUST-L  Crustacean systematics, distribution, ecology <Your name>

CZM, is the Coastal Zone Management mailing list, maintained by Bill
Silvert.  It is for exchanging information about Coastal Zone Management
with emphasis on how to incorporate scientific advice in the process.
To subscribe, send a message to:  Lists at scotia.dfo.ca
with the following message in the body of the text:  subscribe czm
To send a message to the list, the address is:  czm at biome.bio.dfo.ca

DEEPSEA, is a list for the discussion of deep sea and vent news.
Its purpose is to serve the world's community of deep sea and
hydrothermal vent biologists.  The list owner / contact is:
Andrew McArthur <amcarthu at uvvm.uvic.ca>
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at uvvm.uvic.ca
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub deepsea <Your name>
To send mail to the list, the address is: deepsea at uvvm.uvic.ca

DIATOM-L, is a list for discussion of research on the diatom algae.
To subscribe, send a message to listserv at iubvm.ucs.indiana.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:  sub diatom-l <Your name=
To send mail to the list, the address is:  diatom-l at iubvm.ucs.indiana.edu

ECS-NEWS, is an open list set up to exchange news items within
the European Cetacean Society.  The
list owner / contact is:  ecs-news-request at mailbase.ac.uk
To subscribe, send mail to : mailbase at mailbase.ac.uk
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub ecs-nes <Your name>
To send mail to th entire list, the address is:
ecs-news at mailbase.ac.uk

EIM, is a discussion list for Environmental Interactions of Mariculture
To subscribe send a message to:  Lists at scotia.dfo.ca (or
Majordomo at biome.bio.ns.ca)
with the following text (only) in the body of the message: subscribe eim
To send a message to the list:  eim at biome.bio.dfo.ca

ELASMO-L, is a shark biology list produced by the American
Elasmobranch Society for more technical research on sharks, rays,
and chimeras.
Elasmo-l operates under the PMDF MAILSERV facility.  It is not a listserv
 mailing list, and the usual listserv commands will not work.
To subscribe to elasmo-l, send an email essage to:
elasmo-l-request at umassd.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:
Subscribe elasmo-l <Your name>
A successful subscription will result in a confirmatory message being sent.

EMIN-L (Newsforum for PhD students and postdocs in marine sciences). EMIN-L=
 is the news and discussion forum of the European Marine Interdisciplinary=
 Network (EMIN). The purpose of EMIN is to bring together young=
 postgraduates in marine sciences, so as to broaden their scope of interest,=
 to update their knowledge, and to develop their relationships. The interest=
 of the members include amongst others marine biology, fisheries, marine=
 chemistry and geology, meteorology, oceanography, marine ecotoxicology and=
 modelling. Subscribe by sending
subscribe EMIN-L your name to listserv at hearn.nic.surfnet.nl
EMIN-L owner is Erik-jan Malta <malta at cemo.nioo.nl>. Co-owners are Soren=
 Floderus <Soren.Floderus at natgeog.uu.se> and Monique de Bie <bie at cemo.nioo.n=

FISHBIO-NE-ATLANT, is a daily edited list, with news and letters from the
whole world, but mainly addressed to academic scientists and tecnical staff
who are working on the NE Atlantic area.The listowner is Palle Brogaard, of
Denmark.To subscribe, send an e-mail to:  Majordomo at nn.apc.org
with the following text in the message body:  subscribe
fishbio-ne-atlant at nn.apc.org (nothing else). To take part in the
discussion, just e-mail a letter to:  fishbio-ne-atlant at nn.apc.org

FISH-ECOLOGY, is an international computer conference for academic
and other personnel involved in empirical and theoretical research
and assessment issues related to the ecology of fish and fisheries:
Membership is open  to all  interested parties.  If you would like to
discuss the political,social and anthropological aspects of fisheries,
fish-ecology is not the right forum.
To subscribe to the list, send a message to:  listserv at searn.sunet.se
with the following text in the body of the message:
subscribe fish-ecology <Your name>

FISHERIES, is the fisheries discussion list which includes both
biological and social sciences.  It is for general discussion of fisheries-
related issues, including stock dynamics and fisheries management, and
is maintained by Bill Silvert.
To subscribe, send an e-mail message to:  Majordomo at biome.bio.dfo.ca
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe fisheries
To send a message to the network, the address is:  fisheries at scotia.dfo.ca
or fisheries at biome.bio.dfo.ca

OCEAN-F, is the ocean farmers of America forum, run by the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge.
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at mitvma.mit.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:  sub oceanf-l <Your name>

OCEAN-F, is an e-mail forum of the Ocean Farmers of America.
It is to support the open exchange of ideas and information on
1) The engineering of ocean farming systems for survivability, economy,
and improved productivity, 2) Mechanisms to encourage fishermen to
expand into ocean farming, 3) Biological, husbandry, and environmental
issues associated with ocean farming at exposed sites, 4) Regulation
and ownership of ocean farms and the associated biological inventory
in the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone.
To sign up send e-mail to: listserv at mitvma.mit.edu
with the message:   sub oceanf-l <Your name>

OCEAN-L, is a forum for the discussion of oceanologia.
To send a message to the group, the address is:  OCEANO-L at IBM.UFSC.BR

OCEANTECH, is Scripps Institution of Oceanography's ocean technology
forum.  It is an international informal computer conference for discussion
of applied technology-related topics in freshwater, marine, and
brackishwater environments.  Conference membership is open to all
interested parties.  The contact is:  Kevin Hardy <khardy at ucsd.edu>,
To subscribe, send mail to:  listserv at ucsd.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:
subscribe <Your E-Mail address> oceantech
To send mail to the list, the address is:  oceantech at ucsd.edu

PHYCOTOXINS, is a Phycotoxins discussion list.
To subscribe send a message to Lists at scotia.dfo.ca
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe phycotoxins
To send a message to the list:  phycotoxins at biome.bio.dfo.ca

RECFISH, is a mailing list for government and academic workers with an
 interest in recreational fishing in Australia, which has been established
by the Victorian Fisheries Research Institute.
To subscribe to this list, sending a message to:  majordomo at msl.oz.au
with the following text (only) in the body of the message:
subscribe recfish <Your e-mail address>

RESECON,
To subscribe send a message to:  listproc at ukcc.uky.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe resecon
To send mail to the list:  resecon at ukcc.uky.edu

SCUBA, is a discussion list featuring SCUBA and skin diving.
Topics include illnesses of a diver, dangers under water,
equipment of diving, diving sites all around the world, etc.  Either
English or Turkish languages may be used on this list.
The list owner / contact is:  Gokhan Boybek <gokhan at cc.itu.edu.tr>
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at cc.itu.edu.tr
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub scuba <Your name>
To send mail to the group the address is:  scuba at cc.itu.edu.tr

SCUBA-D, is the digest of the Usenet rec.scuba newsgroup.
The list owners / contacts are:  Catherine Yang
<cyang at brownvm.brown.edu> and Nick Simicich
<njs at watson.ibm.com>
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at brownvm.brown.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub scuba-d <Your name>
To join the discussion, the address is:  scuba-d at brownvm.brown.edu

SCUBA-L, is a scuba diving mailing list for discussion of all
aspects of SCUBA diving. The list owner / contact is:  Catherine Yang
<cyang at brownvm.brown.edu>
To subscribe, send a message to:  listserv at brownvm.brown.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub scuba-l <Your name>
To send mail to the discussion, the address is:
scuba-l at brownvm.brown.edu

SEASHEPHERD, is the Sea Shepherd electronic mailing list.
The Sea Shepherd is involved in several campaigns, including
the fight against whaling, dolphin slaughter, drift nets and seal killing.
This is a volunteer, information collection and distribution service,
for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and related issues.
The list owner / contact is:  Nick Voth <dcasmedic at aol.com>,
To subscribe, send a message to:  dcasmedic at aol.com
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub seashepherd <Your name>

SEAGRASS_FORUM, is a global e-mail discussion list for the
discussion of all aspects of seagrass research, biology and the ecology
of seagrass ecosystems.
The list owner is Mike van Keulen, <keulen at murdoch.edu.au>
To subscribe to the list, send a message to:
majordomo at essun1.murdoch.edu.au
with the the following text (only) in the body of the message:  subscribe
seagrass_forum

SEAFOOD, is a list for discussion about seafood safety, especially issues
such as HACCP programs and training.
To subscribe, send a message to: listproc at ucdavis.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe seafood <Your
name>
To send mail to the list, the address is:  seafood at ucdavis.edu

SHARK-L, is a shark biology list aimed at serious amateurs, although several
biologists participate.
To subscribe to the list, send a message to:  listserv at utcvm.utc.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:  subscribe shark-l <Your
name>. To send a message to the list, the address is:  shark-l at utcvm.utc.edu

SHELLFISH, is a discussion list managed by the National Shellfisheries
 Association (U.S) which covers shellfish culture and related issues.
To subscribe to this list, send a subscription request to:
shellfish-request at kenyon.edu
with the following text (only) in the body of the message:  subscribe
Messages for distribution are sent to shellfish at kenyon.edu

STARNET, is an echinoderm newsletter distributed quarterly.
The list owner / contact is:  Win Hide
<whide at matrix.bchs.uh.edu>
To subscribe, send mail to:  whide at matrix.bchs.uh.edu
with the following text in the body of the message:
sub starnet <Your name>
To send mail to the list, the address is:  star at matrix.bchs.uh.edu

STURGEON, is a mail group discussing sturgeon.
To subscribe, send a message to:  listproc at ucdavis.edu
with the following message in the body of the text:
subscribe sturgeon <Your name>
The list address, to send mail to all subscribers is:
sturgeon at ucdavis.edu

WILDNET, is a mailing list which was established in 1987 for the
exchange of ideas, questions, and solutions in the area of fisheries and
wildlife computing and statistics.
To get your name added to or removed from the list, contact the administrator:
 Eric Woodsworth, ( "Subscriptions" address: wildnet-request at tribune.usask.ca)
To submit mail to the list send your message to:  wildnet at tribune.usask.ca
Note:  Please send requests for addition/deletion, etc, to the
"Subscriptions" address, not to the "Submissions" address.

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It is important to remember that commands are posted in the first line
of your message, and not in the subject field (you can leave it blank).
Some of the common commands are SUBSCRIBE, UNSUBSCRIBE,HELP, INFO, LIST,

WHICH, WHO, INDEX, GET, and END. Remember to turn off your signature when
sending commands.

Use these lists wisely- please avoid unrelated traffic, advertisments, and
personal messages!!

The "LISTS GLOBAL" command can be used with Listservs.  Sending this
message to a Listserv will instruct the Listserv to send you a list of all
the discussion groups that it is aware of in the world.
Remember to send this command to the Listserv, and not to the discussion
group.  Thus you could send the message "LISTS GLOBAL" to
LISTSERV at AMERICAN.EDU  Be prepared for some large responses, as there are
thousands of discussion groups in the world.  You could then perform a
search for keywords.

Another place to get information on listservs on all topics is the WWW site:
http://www.tile.net/tile/listserv/index.html

The Australian Society for Fish Biology, for whom was compiled the lists,
is now on the www.  The lists (including lists of fisheries related web sites
and coming fisheries conferences) are at the URL
http://www.scu.edu.au/ressci/asfb/

Information mainly provided by :
Kylie Hall
Editor, Australian Society for Fish Biology Newsletter
C/- Central Fish Ageing Facility
Victorian Fisheries Research Institute
PO Box 114  Queenscliff  Victoria  3226     Australia










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