Ponds-L has moved

Scott Seymour aqsys at inc.net
Mon Sep 18 21:04:31 EST 1995

Due to problems with our Internet provider Ponds-L has 
moved to a new provider and a new list server software. 
 Ponds-L has moved from Internet Connect to Exec-Pc and 
is now using the Majordomo listserver instead of the 
Listproc software.

For those of you that are interested in this group, the 
following is the new information on what the group is 
about and how to subscribe.

Ponds-L: Pond & Lake Management Discussion List

List Title: ponds-l: Pond & Lake Management Discussion 
List Owner or Contact: Scott Seymour aqsys at execpc.com


Ponds-L is an discussion group primarily directed 
towards the layman who owns or lives on a pond or small 
lake and commercial owners of ponds and small lakes.  
Members of the educational & scientific communities and 
pond & lake professionals are welcome to join the list 
in an advisory capacity.

Some of the topics of discussion: (but not limited to)

Weed & Algae Control (chemical - mechanical - 
biological), fishery management, aeration and fountain 
systems, pond & lake restoration, biological 
augmentation, pond & small lake construction, shoreline 
stabilization, nutrient management, watershed issues, 
dredging & sediment removal, wildlife problems (geese, 
muskrats, beavers, otters and blue heron's.) and 
beneficial aquatic vegetation.

This group is for the discussion of pond and lake 
problems, commercial advertising or spams are not 
welcome.  No polite posting that is on subject will be 

To subscribe to this list, send e-mail to 
listserv at execpc.com; in the body of the message, type 
subscribe ponds-l [your name] example "subscribe 
ponds-l John Doe"

If you are interested in Ponds & Lakes here are the 
names of some other excellent groups that you might 
want to try:

A newsgroup that is directed towards the owners of 
decorative & ornamental ponds.  For people that enjoy 
water gardening, Koi, goldfish and other fish as a 
hobby, this group is very informative.

A newsgroup that is directed towards aquaculture and 
fishery management on a very scientific and technical 
level.  If you are a serious fish grower or have a 
strong interest in the ecological aspects of the 
fishery around the world this is very good news group 
that might be right for you.. 

This is a mail list that deals with a wide variety of 
larger lake issues. Some of the topics that are covered 
are as follows:

Lake Management ideas; analytical tools, hardware and 
procedures related to lake ecology and lakes; all lake 
related biological, geological, and scientific topics. 
Particular emphasis is placed on behavioral, 
evolutionary, paleontological, theoretical, and 
community ecology; including assessment and management 
by applied mathematics, statistics and modeling, 
mathematical GIS, limnology, chemical ecology, etc:

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