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Subject:

Re: field station request in Belize

From:

"Dr. Richard S. Nemeth" <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 17 Aug 2000 17:20:18 -0300

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Dear Dr. Vickstrom,

I would possibley use a lab facility in Belize as a comparative site to
the Virgin Islands but probably not in the next 2-3 yrs since my current
research program is keeping me very busy.

Rick Nemeth

WSRG wrote:

> Hello and this may be a little different for the group but I need to
> get a survey... We are contacting different scientific groups,
> colleges, research groups and trying to see if they would be possibly
> interested in a full lab (wet circulation tubs, microscopes, plankton
> counters, skiffs, computers etc.) that was available to groups to use
> to study with field groups or on a individual basis.There is no
> commitment to the reply to this but we are trying to see if we invest
> in a full lab if we would receive enough usage and interest of the
> station to make it worth while. This lab would be on the southern
> coast of Belize with accommodations for twenty individuals. The
> accommodations are already there it is a small resort with restaurant,
> bar, swimming, pool and many amenities. But, we have use occasionally
> for a lab there and the government fisheries would possibly issue a
> permit for a full time lab if there was a interest by more
> researchers. If you would possibly have interest please just reply
> without any further comments unless you had any questions...but, just
> leave the "subject line" the same. But remember your reply is no
> commitment or word stating support of our organization or any other
> affiliation. Thanks for your time. SincerelyTodd L. VickstromExecutive
> Director Whale Shark Research Group
> www.whaleshark.org
> p.o. box 1682
> Belize City, Belize
> 501.623385 P.O. Box 313
> Essex, CT 06426
> fax 800.863.5580


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