More on Questions on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Restoration
STEVE YOUNG 703-235-5593
YOUNG.STEVE at EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV
Thu Jun 2 11:11:00 CDT 1994
Peter (mip-arch at garnet.berkeley.edu (Museum Informatics Project))
The questions posed by your colleague's IWR group are _really_(!)
fine/tough ones; I would like to see the responses to them posted
directly to any, preferably one, of these lists, which should
result in more ample and sharpened discussion.
In any case, whatever else you do, I urge you to archive the
direct-to-you responses to your solicitation, in email format
[i.e., the format in which it arrived in _your_ emailbox], and
seek an archive site that will permit you to post the entire
messages in a way that we [the public/professional] can access
them, e.g., an FTP or gopher site.
While I am confident that you can summarize the responses, the
original texts are likely to have a tone, innuendo, and emphasis
of their own, and will be of additional value for those reason,
I agree and will investigate an archive site, good suggestion.
Ideas as to good sites welcomed!
I would have preferred to get responses posted to one list.
Unfortunately, I can't find any list that focuses on ecosystem/
ecological restoration and felt that I needed to cross-post and
encourage further postings. I feared that responses would turn up
on lists I'm not subscribed to!
Looking forward to people's thoughts on those questions! Cheers,
young.steve at epamail.epa.gov
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