vidal garcia-huidobro pedro pvidalg at PUC.CL
Mon Jan 17 09:50:55 CST 2000

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Dear Ricardo,

We have had several portable GPS during the last 7 years. Magellan was the
first, the we had a small Garmin, later the Garmin 12 XL, faster and more
reliable, pocket size, excellent for working under canopy or large forest
trees (previous ones not as good for such conditions). Inside the expedition
vehicle we have a larger screen Garmin GPS which is particularly useful as
the map is easily visible while driving.

kind regards


>From: "Vr. Richard Bejsak-Collorado-Mansfeld" <ricardo at ANS.COM.AU>
>Subject: GSP
>Date: Sun, Jan 16, 2000, 08:21

> Dear colleagues,
> Is there any other company that Magellan, who sell GSP?
> Any good comments about using  GSP by entomologists?
> Keep care and be of good cheer.
> Regards
> (name) Vratislav Richard Eugene Maria John Baptist
> (surname) of Bejsak (Bayshark)-Collorado-Mansfeld
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