Darwin-L Message Log 1:144 (September 1993)

Academic Discussion on the History and Theory of the Historical Sciences

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<1:144>From af763@freenet.carleton.ca  Thu Sep 16 12:12:30 1993

Date: Thu, 16 Sep 93 13:14:39 EDT
From: af763@freenet.carleton.ca (John V Matthews Jr.)
To: darwin-l@ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
Subject: Re: DARWIN-L digest 15

At the risk of interrupting some very interesting conversations, I wish to
make an announcement.

The Geological Survey of Canada has an active program of studies dealing
with Global Change and paleoenvironmental reconstruction.  The bulk of our
work concerns environmental change over the last five million years.

Recently, an outline of our program and various short documents have
become available on the National Capital Freenet.  Please feel free to
look in, copy what you want and comment or ask a question or two.  We are
very anxious to link with other groups doing Global Change research, and I
know some of the subscibers to this list are involved in such activity.

We can be reached by telneting "freenet.carleton.ca".  Logon as a visitor
and type "go gsc" at the ==> prompt.  Or look for us under the Science,
Engineering and Technology menu.


           JOHN MATTHEWS
    matthews@cc2smtp.emr.ca; af763@freenet.carleton.ca

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