Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- A New Tradition: Signatures!
From: Bruce Stallsmith (fundulus-in-hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Jul 21 2004 - 13:47:01 CDT
OK Dave, I have it easy; I live close to Aldridge Creek that drains directly
into the Tennessee River. So I guess I'll stick with Tennessee drainage, and
blithely ignore that it runs into the Ohio, which runs into the
Mississippi... But on Saturday a bunch of us will be running around the
Borden Creek/Sipsey Fork system, which drains into the Black Warrior, which
joins the Tombigbee, which joins the Mobile and on into Mobile Bay.
I apologize for my geography fetish(!!).
Huntsville, AL, US of A
>From: Dave McNeely <dlmcneely-in-lunet.edu>
>Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- A New Tradition: Signatures!
>Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 13:39:32 -0500
>I guess this is all very well. I always sign my messages, and I have a
>signature file which identifies me professionally and provides contact
>information, as well. But the detail about what drainage one lives in?
>Most of us probably do live somewhere, but range more widely for either
>personal or professional fish related activities. For example, I live in
>the Canadian R. drainage, a sub basin of the Arkansas R., and the
>where I work lies in the the Cimarron R. drainage, another subbasin of the
>Arkansas. But I work all over Oklahoma and parts of Texas, Kansas, and
>Arkansas, in a great many drainages. I could point out that I live in the
>Mississippi R. drainage, I guess : - ) ! But then, what about all the
>I do in the Gulf coastal drainages in Texas? But with further reflection,
>it's not a bad idea, and those who feel they may be conveying worthwhile
>information about themselves may want to go ahead with it. For myself, my
>signature includes a link to my web page, which includes further links to
>some of the work I have done or am doing.
>David L. McNeely, Ph.D.
>Professor of Biology
>P.O. Box 1500
>Langston, OK 73050
>Telephone (405) 466-6025
>Web page http://www.lunet.edu/mcneely
>FAX (405) 466-3271
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