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(Updated on Monday, October 20, 2003 )

MAILING LISTS

CRUST-L (Crustacean Research)

ENTOMO-L (Entomology Research)

MANGROVE (Mangrove Research)

SEAGRASS FORUM (Seagrass Research)

TAXACOM (Biological Systematics)


 

CRUST-L Mailing List

This list is an informal forum for people interested in Crustacea, including Biology, ecology, systematics, taxonomy, physiology, cell biology, culture, etc. CRUST-L is an unmoderated, open list.

If you wish to subscribe to this list, send an email to

majordomo@vims.edu

and type

subscribe crust-l

in the message body. Nothing should be written in the subject.

A confirmation request will be sent to you within a few minutes upon which you have to reply to the message according to complete your subscription to the list.

A confirmation reply will then be sent to you. This confirmation reply will provide information on the mailing list as well as the procedure to send a message to all the people on the list. It is strongly advised for all subscribers to save the message for future reference.

The final email sent to you would be the final confirmation that you have been added to the list.

To contribute to the list, you can use the following address to post items.

crust-l@vims.edu

To leave the list at any time, you can send a

unsubscribe crust-l

Command in the body of a message and send it to

majordomo@vims.edu


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ENTOMO-L Mailing List

This mailing list is for the general exchange of information, news, views, questions and answers in ENTOMOLOGY and related disciplines.

If you wish to subscribe to the list, send an email to

listserv@ listserv.voguelph.ca

and type

subscribe entomo-l

in the message body. Nothing should be written in the subject.

A confirmation request will be sent to you in a few minutes upon which you have to reply to the message accordingly to complete subscription.

Subscribers have to reply within 48 hours or their command will be cancelled automatically.

A confirmation reply will next be sent. This confirmation reply contains information on the mailing list as well as the procedure to send a message to all the people on the list. It is strongly encouraged for all subscribers to retain a copy of this email.

The final reply sent to you would give you a summary of your resource utilization and a final confirmation that you have been added to ENTOMO-L list.

To post items to the list, you can simply address your email to

entomo-l@ listserv.voguelph.ca

To leave the list at any time, you can send a

signoff entomo-l

Or

unsubscribe entomo-l

command in the body of a message and send it to

listserv@ listserv.voguelph.ca


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MANGROVE Mailing List

The purpose of MANGROVE is to provide a global forum for the discussion of all aspects of mangrove biology, the ecology and management of mangrove ecosystems. A major aim for the list is to provide a repository of "Grey literature" (i.e. non-primary literature) pertaining to mangrove research and management. This list arose out of a perceived need to improve communication between mangrove workers and avoid re-inventing the wheel with regard to mangrove research and management methods. This discussion list is not moderated. If you wish to subscribe to the list, send an email to

majordomo@ essun1.murdoch.edu.au

And in the body of the message put

subscribe mangrove

Otherwise, you can visit the website for more information and subscribe to the forum .

A welcome message will be sent to you in a few minutes upon. This welcome message contains information on the mailing list as well as the procedure to send a message to all the people on the list. It is strongly advised for you to save the message for future reference.

To talk to the discussion list, send a message to

mangrove@ essun1.murdoch.edu.au

To leave the list, you can send mail to

majordomo@ essun1.murdoch.edu.au

With the following command in the body of your email message

unsubscribe mangrove (your email address)

without the brackets for the email address.


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TAXACOM Mailing List

This mailing list is intended for all manner of discussion about biological systematics including the science, educational, policy and political issues that are of concern to systematists.

If you wish to subscribe to this list, send an email to

listserv@ cmsa.berkeley.edu

and type

subscribe taxacom (name)

without the brackets in the message body. Nothing should be written in the subject.

A confirmation request will be sent to you in a few minutes upon which you have to reply to the message to complete your subscription. The purpose of this confirmation procedure is to check that the address LISTSERV is about to add to the list for your subscription is reachable.

Subscribers are required to reply to the confirmation request within 48 hours or their command will be cancelled automatically.

A confirmation reply will next be sent to you. This confirmation reply contains information on the mailing list as well as the procedure to send a message to all the people on the list. It is strongly encouraged for all subscribers to retain a copy of this email.

To participate, all you need to do is to read others' contributions. If you wish, you can contribute too, sending your comments or replies to the entire list, or just to individuals, depending on whether your comments would be of a more general interest, or of interest only to one or few known individuals.

Please use the following address to post items to the list. The following address is called the list address.

taxacom@ cmsa.berkeley.edu

To leave the list at any time, you can send a

signoff taxacom

Command in the body of a message and send it to

listserv@ cmsa.berkeley.edu

Or

listserv@ ucbcmsa.bitnet


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SEAGRASS FORUM Mailing List

The purpose of SEAGRASS FORUM is to provide a global forum for the discussion of all aspects of seagrass biology and the ecology of seagrass ecosystems. Because of their complex nature, discussion on all aspects of seagrasss ecosystems is encouraged, including: physiology, trophic ecology, taxonomy, and pathology. Geology and sedimentology, hydrodynamics, transplanting/restoration and human impacts.

If you wish to subscribe to the list, send an email to

majordomo@ essun1.murdoch.edu.au

And in the body of the message put

subscribe seagrass_forum
end

Otherwise, you can visit the website for more information and subscribe to the forum.

A welcome message will be sent to you in a few minutes upon. This welcome message contains information on the mailing list as well as the procedure to send a message to all the people on the list. It is strongly advised for you to save the message for future reference.

To talk to the discussion list, send a message to

seagrass_forum@ essun1.murdoch.edu.au

To leave the list, you can send mail to

majordomo@ essun1.murdoch.edu.au

This is the list of all subscribers to SEAGRASS_FORUM.

With the following command in the body of your email message

unsubscribe seagrass_forum (your email address)

Or

unsubscribe seagrass_forum

without the brackets for the email address.

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