alpha-taxonomy, publication and funding

Donald Quicke d.quicke at IC.AC.UK
Mon Jan 28 12:59:52 CST 2002


I'd like to draw everyone's attention to a recent article by Charles
Godfray on the importance not just of adopting the web for taxonomic
publication but using the web as a ways of getting rid of the weight of
19th century taxonomy.

The article was published in the RES's Antenna (2002, vol. 26, pp 11-17)
and it is available at



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Imperial College at Silwood Park, Ascot
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