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From smith-una@yale.edu Fri Apr 30 17:24:40 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: Una Smith <smith-una@yale.edu>
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,bit.listserv.ecolog-l,sci.bio,talk.environment
Subject: RFD: sci.bio.ecology.esa
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			REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION

PROPOSAL

	Create sci.bio.ecology.esa

	Move existing LISTSERV<=>newsgroup gateway from
	bit.listserv.ecolog-l to sci.bio.ecology.esa

	Remove bit.listserv.ecolog-l

NAME, DESCRIPTION, STATUS

	sci.bio.ecology.esa	Ecological Society of America mailing list

	Not moderated.

CHARTER (from ECOLOG-L)

	Owner= David_W_INOUYE@umail.umd.edu (David Inouye)

	     This  list is a forum for members of the Ecological  Society
	of   America   and  other  interested  ecologists   to   exchange
	information  about job opportunities, funding opportunities,  and
	Society activities.  It will also serve as a forum for discussion
	of  current (or historical) topics in ecology, about papers  from
	the  Society's  journals  Ecology,  Ecological  Monographs,   and
	Ecological Applications, and as a resource for people looking for
	information about research projects.

COMMENTS

	The gated LISTSERV mailing list, ECOLOG-L@UMDD.umd.edu, has
	approximately 900 subscribers.  This proposal has already been
	discussed favorably in the mailing list;  most ECOLOG-L
	subscribers do not have access to Usenet news, so can not
	participate in the formal discussion in news.groups.  The move
	to sci.bio.ecology.esa is intended to make the group more
	accessible to the Usenet community. 

From smith-una@yale.edu Thu Jul  8 17:12:58 1993
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From: smith-una@yale.edu (Una Smith)
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Subject: CFV: sci.bio.ecology
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Date: 8 Jul 1993 11:08:47 -0400
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				CALL FOR VOTES
PROPOSAL

	Change bit.listserv.ecolog-l to sci.bio.ecology.


BACKGROUND

	bit.listserv.ecolog-l is an active newsgroup with a gated
	mailing list (ECOLOG-L) of about 900 subscribers.  If the
	proposal passes, the gateway will be modified to reflect
	the change of the newsgroup name.

	The mailing list itself will not be affected by this change. 

	The mailing list is sponsored by the Ecological Society of
	America.  It distributes items of interest to ESA members,
	particularly job announcements, and serves as a forum for
	discussion of ecological research, particularly research in
	North America.

	This proposal has been discussed extensively in ECOLOG-L and
	elsewhere.  The discussion period is now closed.  Interested
	latecomers may retrieve copies of all comments from monthly
	ECOLOG-L logs in the LISTSERV archive on UMDD.umd.edu.


HOW TO VOTE

Send e-mail to smith-una@yale.edu with the Subject "CFV: sci.bio.ecology",
and in the body of your e-mail specify either

	I vote YES on sci.bio.ecology
or 
	I vote NO on sci.bio.ecology

Votes will be accepted until 8 pm Greenwich Mean Time on 7 August.


VOTING RULES

You must use the format specified above because your vote will be
tallied using a computer program.  You must vote via e-mail to 
smith-una@yale.edu:  votes sent via the mailing list/newsgroup will
*not* be counted.  Only correctly formatted votes received before
the time specified above will be accepted.

You may vote only once, no matter how many computer accounts you
have.  Forwarded or proxy ballots are not allowed.  If you do vote
more than once, only the last vote received will be counted.  This
allows you the luxury of changing your mind.  You may vote only on
the proposal as stated.

Please do not distribute this CFV.  If you wish to draw attention to
the vote, you may inform others that there is a vote underway, and
where you saw this CFV.  This CFV will be re-posted during the voting
period, to give latecomers a chance to vote.  For a Usenet proposal
to pass, there must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes and
at least 2/3 of all votes must be YES.

Receipt of all votes will be acknowledged.  Once the voting period
ends, the votes will be tallied and the results posted in
news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, and bit.listserv.ecolog-l. 
The results will include a list of all voters and how they voted, so
that each voter can verify that his or her vote was counted properly.

Please vote!

-- 

      Una Smith      Department of Biology       smith-una@yale.edu
                     Yale University
                     New Haven, CT  06511


From smith-una@YALE.EDU Thu Jul 15 13:41:50 1993
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From: smith-una@YALE.EDU (Una Smith)
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Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.bio.ecology
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			SECOND CALL FOR VOTES
PROPOSAL

	Change bit.listserv.ecolog-l to sci.bio.ecology.


BACKGROUND

	bit.listserv.ecolog-l is an active newsgroup with a gated
	mailing list (ECOLOG-L) of about 900 subscribers.  If the
	proposal passes, the gateway will be modified to reflect
	the change of the newsgroup name.

	The mailing list itself will not be affected by this change. 

	The mailing list is sponsored by the Ecological Society of
	America.  It distributes items of interest to ESA members,
	particularly job announcements, and serves as a forum for
	discussion of ecological research, particularly research in
	North America.

	This proposal has been discussed extensively in ECOLOG-L and
	elsewhere.  The discussion period is now closed.  Interested
	latecomers may retrieve copies of all comments from monthly
	ECOLOG-L logs in the LISTSERV archive on UMDD.umd.edu.


HOW TO VOTE

Send e-mail to smith-una@yale.edu with the Subject "CFV: sci.bio.ecology",
and in the body of your e-mail specify either

	I vote YES on sci.bio.ecology
or 
	I vote NO on sci.bio.ecology

Votes will be accepted until 8 pm Greenwich Mean Time on 7 August.


VOTING RULES

You must use the format specified above because your vote will be
tallied using a computer program.  You must vote via e-mail to 
smith-una@yale.edu:  votes sent via the mailing list/newsgroup will
*not* be counted.  Only correctly formatted votes received before
the time specified above will be accepted.

You may vote only once, no matter how many computer accounts you
have.  Forwarded or proxy ballots are not allowed.  If you do vote
more than once, only the last vote received will be counted.  This
allows you the luxury of changing your mind.  You may vote only on
the proposal as stated.

Please do not distribute this CFV.  If you wish to draw attention to
the vote, you may inform others that there is a vote underway, and
where you saw this CFV.  This CFV will be re-posted during the voting
period, to give latecomers a chance to vote.  For a Usenet proposal
to pass, there must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes and
at least 2/3 of all votes must be YES.

Receipt of all votes will be acknowledged.  Once the voting period
ends, the votes will be tallied and the results posted in
news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, and bit.listserv.ecolog-l. 
The results will include a list of all voters and how they voted, so
that each voter can verify that his or her vote was counted properly.

Please vote!

-- 

      Una Smith      Department of Biology       smith-una@yale.edu
                     Yale University
                     New Haven, CT  06511

From smith-una@yale.edu Mon Jul 26 12:22:34 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: smith-una@yale.edu (Una Smith)
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Subject: 3rd CFV: sci.bio.ecology
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		Third and Final CALL FOR VOTES
PROPOSAL

	Change bit.listserv.ecolog-l to sci.bio.ecology.


BACKGROUND

	bit.listserv.ecolog-l is an active newsgroup with a gated
	mailing list (ECOLOG-L) of about 900 subscribers.  If the
	proposal passes, the gateway will be modified to reflect
	the change of the newsgroup name.

	The mailing list itself will not be affected by this change. 

	The mailing list is sponsored by the Ecological Society of
	America.  It distributes items of interest to ESA members,
	particularly job announcements, and serves as a forum for
	discussion of ecological research, particularly research in
	North America.

	This proposal has been discussed extensively in ECOLOG-L and
	elsewhere.  The discussion period is now closed.  Interested
	latecomers may retrieve copies of all comments from monthly
	ECOLOG-L logs in the LISTSERV archive on UMDD.umd.edu.


HOW TO VOTE

Reply to this article, or send e-mail to smith-una@yale.edu with the Subject
"CFV: sci.bio.ecology", and in the body of your e-mail specify either

	I vote YES on sci.bio.ecology
or 
	I vote NO on sci.bio.ecology

Votes will be accepted until 8 pm Greenwich Mean Time on 7 August.


VOTING RULES

You must use the format specified above because your vote will be
tallied using a computer program.  You must vote via e-mail to 
smith-una@yale.edu:  votes sent via the mailing list/newsgroup will
*not* be counted.  Only correctly formatted votes received before
the time specified above will be accepted.

You may vote only once, no matter how many computer accounts you
have.  Forwarded or proxy ballots are not allowed.  If you do vote
more than once, only the last vote received will be counted.  This
allows you the luxury of changing your mind.  You may vote only on
the proposal as stated.

Please do not distribute this CFV.  If you wish to draw attention to
the vote, you may inform others that there is a vote underway, and
where you saw this CFV.  This CFV will be re-posted during the voting
period, to give latecomers a chance to vote.  For a Usenet proposal
to pass, there must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes and
at least 2/3 of all votes must be YES.

Receipt of all votes will be acknowledged.  Once the voting period
ends, the votes will be tallied and the results posted in
news.announce.newgroups, news.groups, and bit.listserv.ecolog-l. 
The results will include a list of all voters and how they voted, so
that each voter can verify that his or her vote was counted properly.

Please vote!
-- 

      Una Smith      Department of Biology       smith-una@yale.edu
                     Yale University
                     New Haven, CT  06511

From smith-una@cs.yale.edu Tue Aug 10 15:40:41 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: smith-una@cs.yale.edu (Una Smith)
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Subject: RESULT: sci.bio.ecology passes 167:30
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sci.bio.ecology vote results - 197 votes  (Thanks to everyone who voted!)

 Yes   No : 2/3? >100? : Pass? : Group
---- ---- : ---- ----- : ----- : -------------------------------------------
 167   30 :  Yes   Yes :   Yes : sci.bio.ecology

	8 people sent duplicate votes, which were deleted.
	3 people sent votes too late to be counted.

Timeline

RFD	30 Apr
CFV 1	 8 Jul
CFV 2	14 Jul 
CFV 3	26 Jul
End	 7 Aug

Assuming no objections to the voting procedure, the sci.bio.ecology newsgroup
will be created within a week or so.  A few days after that, the existing
gateway between the ECOLOG-L mailing list and bit.listserv.ecolog-l will be
changed to connect ECOLOG-L to sci.bio.ecology.  Bit.listserv.ecolog-l will
then be removed.  All current readers of bit.listserv.ecolog-l should switch
to sci.bio.ecology.  ECOLOG-L mailing list subscribers need not do anything.

Once again, thank you for voting.

Yes Votes
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712_jkb2@white.whoi.edu                    JON BRODZIAK - NOAA/NMFS/WOODS HOLE
A8721GAJ@AWIUNI11.EDVZ.UNIVIE.AC.AT                           Osiander MEIXNER
adpeters@sunflower.bio.indiana.edu                                 Andy Peters
ae446@freenet.carleton.ca                                          Nigel Allen
ainsley@uniwa.uwa.edu.au                                     Ainsley Calladine
al198723@academ01.mty.itesm.mx                      Jesus Eugenio S nchez Pe~a
alanm@klerk.cup.hp.com                                            Alan McGowen
Allan.Sjaarda@anu.edu.au                                                      
amberle@staff.tc.umn.edu                                                      
andrewt@cs.unsw.oz.au                                            Andrew Taylor
anthony@igc.apc.org                                          Anthony Whitworth
bailey%ssdvax.decnet@lbgwy.mdc.com                              SSDVAX::BAILEY
BALBUENA@vm.ci.uv.es                                          Juan A. Balbuena
beast@netcom.com                                                  J. Kintscher
besson@avi-forets.avignon.inra.fr                                Pierre Besson
bgensemer@biology.watstar.uwaterloo.ca                                        
bj@herbison.com                                                  B.J. Herbison
BOB@CC.USU.EDU               Bob Bayn, mgr. Academic Services, Computer Center
bobc@stratus.swdc.stratus.com                                       Bob Christ
botteron@it.bu.edu                                              Carol Botteron
brl@ismennt.is                                         Bjorgvin Runar Leifsson
BROWNT1@ono.lincoln.ac.nz                                                     
bsabol@us.oracle.com                                               Bryan Sabol
c23djb@kocrsv01.delcoelect.com                                   Debra J Burke
CDS8UO@lucs-01.novell.leeds.ac.uk                                  Umit Ozturk
cdunn@spatial.eid.anl.gov                                     Christopher Dunn
charvey@csn.org                                                    Chip Harvey
chladil@geo.geol.utas.edu.au                                      Mark Chladil
COBB@NAUVAX.UCC.NAU.EDU                                                   cobb
colea@polaris.nova.edu                                             Andrew Cole
crawdad@unh.edu                                               William S Currie
CS@abc.univie.ac.at                                         Christoph Schller
curry@cats.UCSC.EDU    robt r. curry [curry@cats.ucsc.edu], [curry@cats.bitnet
dai@athena.cs.uga.edu                                                 Ting Dai
danny@orthanc.cs.su.OZ.AU                                            Danny Yee
datta@mpi-sb.mpg.de                                                           
davev@agrostis.NREL.ColoState.EDU                               Dave Valentine
David_W_INOUYE@umail.umd.edu                                               di5
deane@netcom.com                                                  Dean Edwards
dessaint@epoisses.inra.fr                                     Fabrice Dessaint
donovan@bnr.ca                                               Marc (M.) Donovan
dorian@engin.umich.edu                                             Young W Kim
dpsnow@husc.harvard.edu                                                       
dt4@cs.ucsb.edu                                                David E. Goggin
eisen%xtal220@harvard.harvard.edu                                Michael Eisen
ellner@stat.ncsu.edu                                              Steve Ellner
elpeters@lamar.colostate.edu                                    Eric L. Peters
eugene@nas.nasa.gov                                             Eugene N. Miya
fbi00lsb@unccvm.uncc.edu                                     via MAILER@UNCCVM
finn@netcom.com                                                    Robert Finn
fitz@cbl.umd.edu                                                     Carl Fitz
FLAUSHMAN@ocvaxa.cc.oberlin.edu                                               
franklig@GAS.uug.Arizona.EDU                                Gregory C Franklin
FSSPR@acad3.alaska.edu                                        Hardcore Alaskan
fws/S=ZirbesS/O=FWS@mhs.attmail.com                                           
ghost@sage.nrri.umn.edu                                         George E. Host
gpvos@cs.vu.nl                                                  Gerben 'P' Vos
gross@math.utk.edu                                                            
gsc@csd4.csd.uwm.edu                                             Gary S Casper
gt0670e@prism.gatech.edu                                Brennan Tennesen Price
gt5840b@prism.gatech.edu                                                      
hadfield@storm.greta.cri.nz                                      Mark Hadfield
hagmanti@cps.msu.edu                                                          
hardwick@panix.com                                               Paul Hardwick
hefa@ERE.UMontreal.CA                                             He Fangliang
hurd@sfu.ca                                                                   
ICCRC@asuvm.inre.asu.edu                                                RETURN
IQM107@URIACC.URI.EDU                                              Daten Cohen
isaak@orient.aurora.com                                             Mark Isaak
Janette_W_BOUGHMAN@umail.umd.edu                                         jb169
jay@pldsa1.arc.nasa.gov                                             Jay Skiles
jc@apeco.pe                                               J.C. Riveros Salcedo
jday@spam.maths.adelaide.edu.au                                     Jemery Day
jeanmar@ERE.UMontreal.CA                                           Jean Martin
jennifer@vessna.arc.nasa.gov                                   Jennifer Dungan
JFW3G@watson.acc.virginia.edu                                  John Weishampel
jgk@versant.com                                                      Joe Keane
jim@american.edu                                                  Jim McIntosh
JIM@BIOLOGY.watstar.uwaterloo.ca                     Jim Tremain  (B2 Rm 354C)
JLSTERN@MIAMIU.ACS.MUOHIO.EDU                                       Josh Stern
jmachado@staff.tc.umn.edu                                  Jose-Luis Machado-2
joe@sparc.ecology.uga.edu                                           Joe Ferris
johng@agrostis.NREL.ColoState.EDU                                   John Gross
john_bohrman@csufresno.edu                                        John Bohrman
johr@mbi.wtza-berlin.de                                                       
jon@sed.stel.com                                                     Jon Radel
josef@forager.unl.edu                                               Josef Kren
josh@pogo.cqs.washington.edu                                        Josh Hayes
joshua_lerner@csufresno.edu                                   Joshua C. Lerner
jrbrooks@u.washington.edu                                      J. Renee Brooks
juparra@gel.ulaval.ca                                               Juan Parra
kardaras@ecn.purdue.edu                                      George S Kardaras
kklemow@wilkes1.wilkes.edu                                          ken klemow
kl0z+@andrew.cmu.edu                                               Karen Lukas
kmoloney@iastate.edu                                                          
lammers@geog.utoronto.ca                                          R.B. Lammers
lawson@netsun.mdc.com                                               Jim Lawson
leban831@uidaho.edu                                                 Fred Leban
lesleyd@shell.portal.com                                  Lesley Volta Davidow
london@SunSite.unc.edu                                            Larry London
lts@oz.plymouth.edu                                          Dr. Larry Spencer
madhu@ucsd.edu                                                Madhusudan Katti
manish@sheba.niddk.nih.gov                                        Manish Butte
mark_hov@antdiv.gov.au                                           Mark Hovenden
may@NAUVAX.UCC.NAU.EDU                                            Terry A. May
mccarrey@sfu.ca                                                               
MCNAIR@vms.cis.pitt.edu                                       DENNIS M. MCNAIR
Mengchi.Ho@Dartmouth.EDU                                            Mengchi Ho
messingw@ava.BCC.ORST.EDU                                        Wes Messinger
mfarris@piper.hamline.edu                                          Mike Farris
MHAGEMAN@OREGON.UOREGON.EDU                              Marcia Ingrid Hageman
MIKEF@BROWNVM.brown.edu                                           Mike Fessler
MKEARSLEY@SLCM03.UC.USBR.GOV                                     Mike Kearsley
mmz@schunix.dmc.com                                                           
moreland@mickey.jsc.nasa.gov                                    Linda Moreland
mswalsh@ocf.Berkeley.EDU                                            Mark Walsh
MULROY@CC.DENISON.EDU                                                         
n6642716@henson.cc.wwu.edu                                      sandra v. palm
n8946410@henson.cc.wwu.edu                                      Cameron Parish
neeri@iis.ee.ethz.ch                                        Matthias Neeracher
neilb@borris.eece.unm.edu                                                     
NEXTUG@ac.dal.ca                                                              
PARSON_R@CUBLDR.Colorado.EDU                                                  
Paul_Wilford@mindlink.bc.ca                                       Paul Wilford
pete@pollux.GEOG.UCSB.EDU                                                     
petea@eng.umd.edu                                            Peter Arensburger
PHILIPPI.ECOLOGY@mhs.unc.edu                                          PHILIPPI
phoffman@netcom.com                                            Paul E. Hoffman
pocock@math.utah.edu                                                          
quinn@phoenix.Princeton.EDU                                   Michael J. Quinn
ralf@ark.abg.sub.org                                              Ralf Stephan
ralph@carbon.cor2.epa.gov                                                     
ray_hinchman@qmgate.anl.gov                                       Ray Hinchman
read_g@kosmos.wcc.govt.nz                                           Geoff Read
recycler@ufcc.ufl.edu                               It's not easy being green.
robin@fisher.bio.uci.edu                                            Robin Bush
rocio@leland.stanford.edu                                                     
roger.stupf@wsl.ethz.ch                                            Roger Stupf
ross@citr.uq.oz.au                                                            
rstevenson@umbsky.cc.umb.edu                                                  
rwanders@flute.calpoly.edu                                                    
saarikko@cc.helsinki.fi                                         Jarmo Saarikko
schorsch@pz-oekosys.uni-kiel.d400.de                         SCHORSCH HOERMANN
schwarz@TC.Cornell.EDU                                            Paul Schwarz
science@ief.spb.su                                              Science newses
sheald@moose.uvm.edu                                               Scott Heald
silvert@biome.bio.ns.ca                                           Bill Silvert
simonb@extro.ucc.su.OZ.AU                                       Simon Blomberg
skluz@mhd1.moorhead.msus.edu                                   Erika Skluzacek
smith-una                                                            Una Smith
SPLUHAR@CROP.UOGUELPH.CA                                                      
ST34B@Jetson.UH.EDU                                                           
steinbaj@mast.QueensU.CA                                    Jennifer Steinbach
stewart@zookeeper.zoo.uga.edu                                    David Stewart
straw@dogwood.botany.uga.edu                                     William Straw
swf@tdat.ElSegundoCA.NCR.COM                                      Stan Friesen
SZLAVECZ@JHUVMS.HCF.JHU.EDU                                                   
T80CNV1%NIU.bitnet@YaleVM.YCC.YALE.EDU                                        
tcwain@u.washington.edu                                      Thomas Wainwright
UPARKIN@UNCMVS.OIT.UNC.EDU                                  Jonathan Parkinson
Vera.Noest@Vaxtbio.uu.se                                            Vera Noest
WH_MCDOWELL@UNHH.UNH.EDU                          Bill McDowell (603) 862-2249
wirmingh@unpsun1.cc.unp.ac.za           J.O Wirminghaus Zoology and Entomology
wkdodds@matt.ksu.ksu.edu                                        Walter K Dodds
wmp@esdwmp.esd.ornl.gov                                                       
wwdz@uniwa.uwa.edu.au                                           Paul Philipsen
zlajt@manta.jcu.edu.au                                           Alex J Thomas

No Votes
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"tomj@dbased.nuo.dec.com"@jac.enet.dec.com                      Tom Jaskiewicz
bernt@weinberg.pop.bio.aau.dk                                                 
bongo!skyld.tele.com!jangus@netcom.com                        Jeffrey D. Angus
csfb1!phantom!wrolf@uunet.UU.NET                                Wrolf Courtney
deb@essnvd1.arrc.ncsu.edu                                        Deborah Neher
donald@iil.intel.com                                               Rich Donald
dpowers@foxmail.gfc.edu                                       Donald R. Powers
DR@DUCVAX.AUBURN.EDU                           David Roller. w: (205) 844-4512
efredric@nmsu.edu                                               Ed Fredrickson
georg@marie.physik.tu-berlin.de                                  Georg Schwarz
hansenr@ohsu.EDU                                                              
hennies@sun8.ruf.uni-freiburg.de                                Markus Hennies
HOUSTON@SIGMAXI.ORG                                               Ann Williams
Jeffrey.M.Runde.1@nd.edu                                                      
julian@bongo.tele.com                                          Julian Macassey
junck@okra.fnal.gov                                                Kevin Junck
MCNEELY@UTB.EDU                                                           DAVE
mjn@pseudo.UUCP                                                 Murray Nesbitt
naren@tekig1.pen.tek.com                                            Naren Bala
nickless@mcs.anl.gov                                             Bill Nickless
reyes@cbl.umd.edu                                                Enrique Reyes
Richard.L.Boyce@Dartmouth.EDU                                 Richard L. Boyce
rick@crick.ssctr.bcm.tmc.edu                                 Richard H. Miller
shane@spr.com                                                    Shane Hartman
silver_@mibm.ruf.uni-freiburg.de                                              
stu@valinor.mythical.com                                          Stu Labovitz
swanger@accs.duc.auburn.edu                                      David Swanger
uvmark!todd@merk.UUCP                                              Todd Cooper
WPC@nervm.nerdc.ufl.edu                                        wendell cropper
ziridan@echosphere.com                                            Daniel Zirin
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	Una Smith	Department of Biology		una_smith@yale.edu
			Yale University
			New Haven, CT  06511 USA

 
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