What have you done to preserve seaturtles today?Sunday, 21-Jan-2018 15:03:31 EST
Here is a neat piece of code which shows the exact time in New York City, near where I currently live in the Catskills:
Please send me your sea turtle URLs so I can post them in my ever-expanding database. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org I will post some of my findings in the near future. Stand by.
Well, looks like the planning for STS33 is going quite well. We have moved to the Catskills, so we plan to drive to Baltimore only about 286 miles away. BTW, the site is now open for early registration.
We have not attended the last 2 or 3 symposia so we are really looking forward to this one in Baltimore
So, don't forget about STS33 in Baltimore between February 2nd to February 8th 2013. I hope to meet and greet old and new friends then....
In the meantime, keep doing the good work you all seem to be doing to save these magnificent creatures.
I am enjoying reading through several fascinating books - especially Neil Shubin'sYour Inner Fish - A Journey in the 3.5 Billion Year History of the Human Body. There is a lot of information about how all animals (including seaturtles) are somehow interconnected.
Start thinking right now about topics and poster subjects so you will be able to get your abstracts in in plenty of time. The deadline fast approaches
I hope to attend a number of the side mini-seminars as I have in the past
Have a great rest of 2012. No matter what holiday you happen to celebrate, seasons greetings!!> 6879 of my friends have visited my website. Thank you for stopping by!!