[-empyre-] invasive species

Alan Sondheim sondheim at panix.com
Thu Jun 14 02:58:15 AEST 2018

I just want to say, that at least at some sites, there is already a huge 
amount of information available - Everglades as an example. And here in 
Rhode Island, one can speak to university departments - URI for example 
studies the ocean around the state, Save the Bay studies the Narragansett 
Bay, etc. Local Audubon Societies in the U.S. are also useful.

- Alan

On Wed, 13 Jun 2018, Aviva Rahmani wrote:

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> How would you propose we listen, Elaine? How would we distinguish conflicts, for example between introduced and endemic species?
> Aviva Rahmani, PhD
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> On 6/13/18, 12:11 PM, "empyre-bounces at lists.artdesign.unsw.edu.au on behalf of Elaine Gan" <empyre-bounces at lists.artdesign.unsw.edu.au on behalf of eganuc at gmail.com> wrote:
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