permits for visiting scholars

Neal Evenhuis neale at BISHOP.BISHOP.HAWAII.ORG
Wed Jul 19 17:29:39 CDT 1995


On Wed, 19 Jul 1995, Peter Rauch wrote:

> Would be nice, is noble, but...
>
> Is there a granting organization in the whole world big enough to
> fund creation and maintenance of an accurate, current, legally
> responsible, even 50% complete (in nations represented) database/info
> system of such specimen collecting/exporting/importing requirements,
> laws, permit offices, phone numbers, ports of entry/exit, ....?

Perhaps an interim solution would be a directory of contacts in each
country for more info on permit requirements. At least the phone/fax
numbers should not change as much as the permits/policies. Still, even
that list could get bogged down with agency numbers for state, provincial,
municiple, federal, local, private, etc. contacts for each place one could
possibly visit. Multiply that times the number of countries and . . .

 . . .sheesh, forget I even suggested a phone/fax directory!

Neal

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