[Annelida] Kirtley's 1994 publication on Sabellariidae

Larisse Perez via annelida%40net.bio.net (by sabellariidae from gmail.com)
Wed Dec 16 10:12:13 EST 2009


Hi,

I'd like to share a precious cue of annelida scientific collection;

http://www.euronet.nl/users/backhuys/Cat141_anne.htm

they do have Kirtley's 1992 book, and in contacting Susan MacHale (Fl.
Ocean. Sct.) at smchale from fos-cc.org is possible to acquire David Kirtley's
1994. Also, we are able to have a loan of his original thesis by contacting
the university library.

Mary, Geoff, Sergio and João, I am (we are) really grateful for the
corrigenda.

By the way, I am a master student in Brazil and I'd appreciate have
opportunity to discuss about Sabellariidae with others researchers.

Cheers,
Larisse



On Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 9:15 PM, Mary Petersen <polychaete1 from gmail.com> wrote:

> Greetings!
>
> In addition to David Kirtley's book on Sabellariidae, and the corrigenda
> mentioned by Joao, he also edited and translated to English the 156-page
> paper by:
>
> Bruno Caline, Yves Gruet, Claudine Legendre, Jeannine Le Phun, Alain
> L'Homer, Robert Mathieu & Regina Zbinden. 1992. "The Sabellariid Reefs in
> the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel, France. Ecology, Geomorphology, Sedimentology
> and Geologic Implications". ISSN Number: 1063-3061.
>
> The volume is published by Florida Oceanographic Society Contributions to
> Marine Science [FOSCMS], Vol. 1, No. 1, with 10 plates with black-and-white
> photos, 1 fold-out color plate and numerous black-and-white plates in the
> text. After the list of lliterature cited, there are two pages with a list
> of all the figures in the text, grouped by chapter and with the page number
> for each.
>
> The address of the Florida Oceanographic Society is given on page ii:
> 890 N. E. Ocean Boulevard
> Stuart, Florida 34996
>
> Since Joao has provided an email address for the FOSCMS [Pam Sweeney (
> pamsweeney from floridaoceanographic.org)], it should be easy to find out if
> copies are still available and how much they cost. I suspect that if they
> still have a large number, they will be relatively inexpensive.
>
> Mary
>
> Mary E. Petersen
> polychaete1 from gmail.com
>
>
> On Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 1:01 PM, Joao Gil <gil from ceab.csic.es> wrote:
>
>>    Dear all,
>>
>> As far as I remember there have been at least 3 postings at Annelida
>> asking for this book in the last years. Almost 7 years ago I was able to buy
>> a brand new copy of Kirtley (1994), after finding a comment at the IAMSLIC
>> mailing list using Google, stating that the Florida Oceanographic Society (
>> www.floridaoceanographic.org) still had numerous copies available for
>> sale. I have finally located this information again in my old computer,
>> which is still occupying half of my desk. The contact person was Mark Perry
>> (markperry from floridaoceanographic.org), who then redirected me to Pam
>> Sweeney (pamsweeney from floridaoceanographic.org) who was the person in
>> charge of the sales, and I believe the person that you should contact in
>> order to buy the publication. The book costed $20 US Dollars plus postage. I
>> don’t know if there are still copies available, or if the contacts are still
>> the correct ones, but maybe it is worth a try.
>>
>>
>>
>> By the way, there is a short “Sabellariidae Revision Corrigenda” written
>> by Dr. Kirtley, after the publication of the book. It was published in
>> “Chaetozone Nine” Polychaete Newsletter, in 1995, by Geoff Read.
>>
>>
>>
>> I hope this helps.
>>
>>
>>
>> Best wishes,
>>
>>  João
>>
>>  João Gil
>>
>> CEAB-CSIC
>>
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>>
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>>
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>>
>> Email: gil from ceab.csic.es
>>
>> Telef. (34) 972.33.61.01
>>
>> Fax: (34) 972.33.78.06
>>
>>
>>
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