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Subject: Re: does anyone have this?
From: Randy E Edwards <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 16 Aug 2005 13:43:55 -0500

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I am being overrun by email, and I am sure you are too -- and here I am 
just adding to the problem.
However, I would like to suggest that all these people who are searching 
for a copy of an article, specific information, or email address do us all 
a big favor.
Please explicitly state, in your message subject line  the article (info, 
or address) that you are seeking.  For example, your subject would read 
something like:  "Seeking copy of Jones et al., 1995. Tuna taxonomy..."
That way, the rest of us could delete the message if we can't help, or 
would know instantly if we can help.  Otherwise, there is a tendency to 
just delete all such request no matter if we can help or not.

It would help if we knew that you had already done your best to find the 
article or information on your own, including on-line searches, previously 
contacting individuals who might have it, and checking with library 
sources available to you. 

Also, it would be useful for us to know the reason for your request, 
because it makes a big difference if you critically need the information 
for an ongoing project or publication, or if you are just a bibliophile 
who wants to have copies of everything in your line of interests.
Just some suggestions -- please feel free to weigh in if you agree or 
disagree with them,

Randy E. Edwards, Ph.D.
Research Associate Professor

University of South Florida
Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Geography
USGS Center For Coastal & Watershed Studies
600 Fourth Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33701-4846
Phone:  727/803-8747 (x3069)
FAX: 727/803-2031
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Do not tell fish stories where the people know you; but particularly, 
tell them where they know the fish.  [Mark Twain]

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