I would be happy to help review your draft document. I work as the aquaculture
specialist at the Hawaii Aquaculture Development Program, Dept. of Land and
Natural Resources. I do some planning and handle technical questions here
including permits, assessment of external and State proposals for funding. We
do not issue any permits, but advise the aquaculture public about what they
have to do.
BTW your issuance of ongoing news about the field via Fish Ecology and Aqua-L
is a very useful tool for me. I would consider it only right for me to give
you a hand at this time.
I can be reached at 808.587.0030 if you have any questions or at the above
At 06:41 AM 12/3/96 -1000, you wrote:
> I'm in search of a few good peer reviewers to take a look at a draft
>CRS report completed as a background document for the U.S. Congress by
>Geoff Becker and myself on aquaculture and the federal role. The report is
>about 17 pages in length (includes footnotes), reviews various U.S.
>aquaculture programs and discusses current federal policy. I would find
>comments provided by January 10th to be most helpful in completing this
>report. If you would be interested in reading this draft and providing
>comments, I would be most appreciative. Please e-mail me of your interest,
>and I will provide a copy of the report via e-mail -- probably divided into
>three parts in separate messages.
> Again thanks for your assistance on this issue.
> Gene Buck, Senior Analyst
> Congressional Research Service
> e-mail: [log in to unmask]