New Polychaete Researchers Online -Reply
Petersen, Mary Elizabeth
MEPetersen at zmuc.ku.dk
Thu Dec 25 11:35:00 EST 1997
25 December 1997
I would like to heartily second Kristian's suggestion of a celebration for
Geoff. His many contributions for improving communication among
polychaetologists - from the first e-mail CHAETOZONE Newsletter to the
ANNELIDA discussion group and all the goodies he has assembled at our
website - have decidedly made our life a lot easier and us better
informed, and his initiatives and numerous tips on how to make things work
are a constant help for those of us less well versed in the intricacies of
utilizing the internet. Geoff, thank you for many good suggestions and
all the presents you have given us throughout the years!
My apologies to those of you who have had trouble reaching me the past few
weeks. My mail connection has been very unstable, so I haven't always
gotten things on time, on the first try, or at all. Things should
eventually improve when I am switched over to another mail system, so
please keep on trying - I appreciate your feedback.
Season's Greetings to all of you and many thanks for providing worms, help
and information of various sorts in the past year! I hope 1998 will be a
healthy and happy year for all of us!
The very best wishes to everyone, especially Geoff,
Mary E. Petersen
mepetersen at zmuc.ku.dk
>From: Kristian Fauchald
>Subject: New Polychaete Researchers Online -Reply
>Date: Tuesday, December 23, 1997 2:21PM
>I believe I speak for the whole polychaete community when I thank Geoff
>for his work on the annelid list. He has done a fabulous job and
>deserves some sort of celebration on occasion. Maybe we can celebrate
>him a bit in Brazil when we meet there?
>At any rate, I wish you all, and especially Geoff, Happy Holidays and a
>productive new year!
>Kristian Fauchald (p.t. pres of the polychaetology association)
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