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TN-bird is a birding communications network covering the entire state of Tennessee where you can: * report and receive rare bird sighting information * share timely information about bird outings and chapter field trips * interact with members of the Tennessee Ornithological Society, and other bird-related organizations.
BIRDKY is a birding communications network covering the entire state of Kentucky where you can: * report and receive rare bird sighting information * share timely information about bird outings and chapter field trips * interact with members of the Kentucky Ornithological Society, and other bird-related organizations.
VA-RICHMOND-GENERAL exists to share timely communications about environmental and educational issues of interest to Audubon members and leaders in the Richmond, VA area. Share hot birding sites and sights, local birding trips, excursions around the state of Virginia and beyond, timely information on Viriginia environmental issues, and links to many other Audubon or related resources.
OBOL is a listserv dedicated to birding in Oregon, including, but not limited to, rare bird alerts, unusual bird behavior, inquiries for species locations, and upcoming birding events in Oregon.
Bristol-Birds is a birding communications network covering Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia where you can: * report and receive bird sighting, daily field trip list reports or birds at your feeders. * This list will help facilitate the studies of birds in the region as part of the scientific organizations of the Tennessee Ornithological Society and the Virginia Society of Ornithology This list is owned by Wallace Coffey
SAC-Forum is a mailing list for general discussions among the Saguaro Astronomy Club's membership. Discussion topics are fairly open, allowing wider topics such as computers, telescopes, vehicle mods and more; but topics should at least be indirectly related to SAC or astronomy.
Este grupo esta dedicado a la construcción de Telescopios, espejos y dispositivos necesarios al uso de un telescopio. Está tambien dedicada a la difusión de la Astronomía a todo público, muy especialmente a los niños, a través de las observaciones astronómicas y de exposiciones científicas. Está interesada además en la astrotografía realizada en todo el ancho de banda electromagnético y al estudio de las ciencias relacionadas. This group is dedicated to the construction of telescopes, mirrors and gadgets necessary to the use of a Telescope. It is also dedicated to the difusion of astronomy to all public, most specially to children, through astronomical observations and science exhibits. Interested also in astrophotography in all the electromagnetic bandwidth and to the study of related sciences.
This mailing list is for the discussion of the operation of the Saguaro Astronomy Club. It is mainly for elected board members, but club members are invited to participate.
Try Astronomy is the listserv for urban astronomers in Milwaukee. We are not a formal astronomy club but rather a group of individuals who share a common interest in the hobby of amateur astronomy, particularly in an urban setting. We openly share our telescopes and knowledge with the public giving those with no astronomy experience or equipment an opportunity to view the planets and stars in a casual environment, and optionally pursue an interest in astronomy through non-technical presentations on equipment and techniques for locating and viewing celestial objects. The listserv is our primary means of communication for notifications of upcoming viewing and knowledge-sharing sessions. Everyone is free to join the listserv to receive this notifications and ask questions.
The Phoenix Astronomical Society needs a list of Weather Watchers who monitor the weather for our events.
WISBIRDN is an open discussion list principally focused on Wisconsin birds and birding. Topics may include the timely reporting of rare bird sightings, trip reports, RFIs, activities of the Wisconsin Society of Ornithology, and other birding-related organizations and research. In order to participate you must be subscribed.
Chat group for Tripoli Central California Rocket Club.
A discussion list for members of the Phoenix Astronomy Society. Non-members may subscribe to the phoenixastro general list.
A method for the Manager of GRCO and the operations staff to communicate regarding schedules and activity at GRCO http://grcoonline.org/obs.aspx
The meaning of this list is to help us comunicate and share diffrent ideas about out subject like GIS, pollution dispersion modelinging), cleaner production methods an environmntal economics
TEXBIRDS is the Texas e-mail list for posting ornithological observations in Texas. Amateur Ornithologists (birders and birdwatchers) and professional ornithologists alike are welcome.
Society for the Advancement of Material Processing and Engineering Newsletter for the Seattle Chapter.
An email network established by Buchanan County Bird Club for the reporting and collection of bird data by it's members. This data will also be reported to the Virginia Society of Ornithology. In addition information about Buchanan County Bird Club meetings, and planned outings as well as general form of communication for the Club's members and all other parties interested in Birds and Birding.
Board of Directors for the Spokane Astronomical Society
This list exists for members of NEACT to communicate easily and quickly with one another relative to chemistry and chemical education.
List for sharing articles, events, and activities related to neonatal pain research.
Mailing list for the Vision Egg, a stimulus generation library for vision research.
Physics with HOmemade Equipment and Innovative Experiments, PHOENIX, users interaction
Announcement list for the Cincinnati Astronomcial Society. Upcoming activities, help needed, and items of mutual intrest.
A technical discussion group about Planetary System Radio Astronomy
Overture is a C++ object-oriented code framework for solving partial differential equations in complex geometry using composite grids.
General talk about sequence assembly with the MIRA assembler.
The purpose of this list is to allow members and the general public to share bird/wildlife sightings and discuss upcoming bird-related events in western North Carolina.
A community of butterfly enthusiasts, novice and expert alike. A place to share sightings, photography, questions, stories, etc. Open forum for anyone, not limited to TN residents.
This is an email version of the G7IZU RRD Blog (http://tvcomm.blogspot.com). It contains information related to the G7IZU Radio Reflection Detection page (http://www.tvcomm.co.uk/radio). The detection of meteors, aurora and other phenomena through the use of signals reflected from ionization in the upper atmosphere. This list relays blog items almost as soon as they appear on the blog.
This newsletter is provided as a service by "The International Association for Astronomical Studies" which is located in Denver, Colorado. The astronomical data presented is not only useful in Colorado but in other parts of the world as well.
Persberichten van Nederlandse universiteiten en andere kennisinstellingen.
The OrchidGuide Digest (OGD) has been created to serve as a way of discussing and sharing information and experiences with orchid growers worldwide. Discussion topics include, but are not limited to: cultivation methods, orchid species and hybrids, orchid travels, orchid Society events, orchid conservation and propagation techniques and any other orchid related subjects of interest to orchid growers.
This is a hybrid alert system using European mid-latitude alerts from the DX Robot (PE1NWL) and mapping from the Live MUF software (G7RAU), based upon reported AU contacts by the amateur radio community.
The Cincinnati Astronomical Societys Monthly Newsletter The Sidereal Messenger Articles are written by members of the Cincinnati Astronomical Society: observations, equipment reviews, tips and techniques. Reports of upcoming and recent events, and astronomical news.
Lista correspondiente a la red de investigaciones en movilidad humana latinoamericana, con el objeto de facilitar la comunicacion entre sus integrantes. Esta abierta a personas e instituciones de cualquier nacionalidad con intereses academicos, no comerciales, en las migraciones latinoamericanas y temas asociados.
MISSBIRD is a birding communications network covering the state of Mississippi for the purpose of reporting and receiving bird sighting information, sharing information about bird outings and field trips, and interacting with other birders on bird-related topics.
This group shares information on birds in the Umpqua River Basin and/or Douglas County, Oregon. We report birds observed, share good places to go birding, ask questions about identification and habitat, share photos, etc. If you are interested in birds, want to report birds you have seen, or have questions about birds you see, come join us in learning more about birds in our area.
A list for the members of Amateur- and professional Astronomers in Denmark to discuss various topics about observing equipment, news and events in the world of astronomy.
CSEB is a national non-profit organization. Its primary objectives are to further the conservation of Canadian natural resources, to ensure the prudent management of these resources so as to minimize environmental effects and to maintain high professional standards in education, research and management related to natural resources and the environment.
Young Ecologists Talk and Interact (YETI) is a first-of-its-kind conference for students and researchers working in the discipline of ecology in India. YETI is unique in being organized entirely by student volunteers from Bangalore and Mysore. We invite students from other parts of the country to volunteer to help organize YETI in the future. This event is meant to serve as a friendly and inspiring platform for ecologists, early in their career, to present and discuss their work, exchange ideas, and even strike up collaborations with contemporaries across the country. Other than the conference itself, students can use the website as a medium to explore and discuss projects, or provide/obtain information on Ecological Resources such as free software, journals and sources of funding. Students can register on the website (www.meetyeti.in) in order to receive information on upcoming YETI and other ecology-related events through the YETI mailing list.
This is mail list of the Tacoma Astronomical Society. This list is a great resource for club information and activities, new members to find help, and all of us to share astronomy related information. Need help with astrophotography? Want to set up a trip to the mountains to do some dark sky observing? Want to find out about a new piece of equipment? Well, this is the list! Anything and everything about astronomy in the Pacific Northwest that TAS club members would be interested in will be discussed here.
A place to post sightings of, and for discussions about, Tennessee odonates.
VA-BIRD is a birding communications network covering the entire state of Virginia where you can: * report and receive rare bird sighting information * share timely information about bird outings and chapter field trips * interact with members of the National Audubon Society, Virginia Society of Ornithology, and other bird-related organizations.
SACNEWS is a mailing list for announcing the availability and whereabouts of the Saguaro Astronomy Club's on-line edition of the monthly newsletter. All club members (and other interested parties) who so elect, will receive notification via E-mail about each edition of the newsletter.
A list service to provide a forum for reporting and discussing natural history observations in the region served by the Llano Estacado Audubon Society.
This international research community is intended to gather researchers and planning consultants who will share the latest results of research and successful case studies in spatial planning and sustainable development. The field ranges from urban policy, planning and design, planning support system to the field of transportation planning, landscape design and geography.
Subscription list for the e-EPS newsletter
MEBC-BUTTERFLY list serves as a forum for communications about butterflies with a network of amateur and professional naturalist and biologists covering Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia. This is a list where butterfly enthusiasts or "butterfliers" discuss all aspects of butterfly life. The list is owned and managed by the Mountain Empire Butterfly Club. The list reports and receives butterfly sighting, daily field trip list or butterflies in your yard and gardens. The list shares timely information about outings and MEBC field trips and upcoming club events and meetings. You may also simply interact with members of the club. MEBC conducts this list to include both butterflies and moths. All levels of interest and expertise are welcome, as are all topics related to Lepidoptera. This is a list to help you meet the region experts: butterfly watchers, photographers, gardeners, naturalists, teachers and students can all learn from each other here. The list is not limited to butterflies. Moths, dragonflies, damselflies and whatever are of interest. EMBC has independent field trips, field trips at established events, a photography workshop and participation in area butterfly counts. The list keeps people informed of developments and upcoming events. MEBC-BUTTERFLY supports the gathering of distributional data and compiles the status for species throughout the region. This data provides an eventual base for those conducting biological research and for resource managers.
CHAPTER-COMMUNICATOR list is for chapter communications officers and all others within Audubon Chapters to receive information from the National Audubon Society (particularly the Communications Department). Every Chapter is encouraged to have at least one Chapter leader subscribed. This is a one-way announcement list -- Audubon staff will post releases and news items to the list. Passing information almost instantaneously from Audubon staff to subscribers, and also providing a forum where we can post preview materials, will shorten the lag before chapters have critical information and give newsletter editors and other chapter officers more time to use the information.