Deep-Sea Newsletter, No. 24

Andrew G. McArthur amcarthu at UVic.CA
Mon Jun 3 13:11:00 EST 1996


DEEP-SEA NEWSLETTER, No. 24, May 1996

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No. 24, May 1996
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Announcement: Eighth Deep-Sea Marine Biology Symposium 1997

Methane Seeps Investigation Outline.
Dr. Craig Young, Harbor Branch, USA

Visual observations from DSRV MIR in location of the russian submarine
Komsomolet wreck.
Drs. Vinogradov, Vereshchaka, and Vinogradov
Russian Academy of Sciences

Hadal bottom fauna of the antarctic trenches
Dr. Nina Vinogradova, Russian Academy of Sciences

Resultats des campagnes Musorstom (faunal monographs)
Museum national dHistorie naturelle, France

RIDGE: The LARVE project and proposal guidelines

HYFIFLUX to the hydrothermally active zone of the north Fiji basin
Dr. Olav Giere, Zool. Inst. & Zool. Mus., Hamburg, Germany


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Deep-Sea Newsletter Correspondents and Distributors
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AUSTRALIA: 
Dr. Jean Just, Australian Biological Resources Study
(Fauna), GPO Box 636, Canberra - ACT 2601.

BELGIUM: 
Dr. Magda Vincx, Marine Biology Section, Zoological
Institute, State University of Gent, Ledeganckstraat
35, B-9000 Gent.

CANADA: 
Dr. Verena Tunnicliffe, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences,
University of Victoria, P.O. Box 1700, Victoria, British Columbia,
Canada, V8W 2Y2

FRANCE: 
Dr. Myriam Sibuet, IFREMER, Centre de Brest, B.P. 70,
F-29263 Plouzane.

GERMANY: 
Dr. Hjalmar Thiel, Universitat Hamburg, Inst. fur
Hydrobiologie und Fischereiwissenschaft, Zeiseweg 9,
D-22765, Hamburg. 
Email: hthiel at awi-bremerhaven-de

GREECE: 
Dr. A. Eleftheriou, Dept. of Biology, University of
Crete, P.O. Box 1470, Heraklion - 71110.

HOLLAND: 
Dr. Jaap van der Land, Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke
Historie, Postbus 9517, NL-2300 Leiden RA.

ICELAND: 
Dr. Jorundur Svavarsson, Inst. of Biology, University
of Iceland, Grensavegur 12, Reykjavik.

INDIA: 
Dr. P. Sivadas, National Inst. of Oceanography, P.O.
Box 1913, Providence Road, Cochin 682 018.

JAPAN: 
Dr. Masuoki Horikoshi, Pabiyon-Meguro 302, Meguro 1-3
-31, Meguro-ko, Tokyo 153.

KOREA: 
Prof. Sung Yun Hong, National Fisheries University of
Pusan, Pusan.

NORGE: 
Dr. Torleiv Brattegard, Universitetet i Bergen,
Institutt f. Fiskeri- og marinbiol.,
Hoyteknologisenteret, N-5020 Bergen.
Email: torleiv.brattegard at ifm.uib.no

RUSSIA: 
Dr. Nina Vinogradova, Inst. of Oceanology, Academy of
Sciences, 23 Krasikova Street, Moscow 117218.

SWEDEN: 
Prof. J.-O. Stromberg, Kristeneberg Marine Biological
Station, S-450 34 Fiskebackskil.

United Kingdom: 
Dr. Tony Rice, Inst. of Oceanographic Sciences, Brook
Road, Godalming, Surrey GU8 5UB.
Email: pht at ua.nwo.ac.uk

U.S.A. (East):
Dr. Craig Young, Division of Marine Science, Harbor Branch
Oceanogr. Inst., 5600 Old Dixie Highway, Fort Pierce, FL 34946

U.S.A. (West):
Dr. Ken Smith, Scripps Inst. of Oceanography, A-002,
La Jolla, California 92093.






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