Canadian Association of Palynologists
 

More Internet Discussion Lists


This compilation consists of Internet discussion lists dealing mainly with Quaternary studies, geoarchaeology and related subjects.

Note: In the following instructions for subscribing to Internet discussion lists, replace the string YourName with your real name, e.g., Susan Smith.


Alphabetical listing of lists


AEROBIOLOGY

Subject: Aerobiology: the study of airborne biological particles; their sources, airborne movement and human, animal, plant and ecosystem implications
List address: aerobiol@listserv.uoguelph.ca
List owner: Franco Di-Giovanni
How to subscribe: Send to listserv@listserv.uoguelph.ca an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
subscribe AEROBIOL your name

ARCHAEOBOTANY

Discussion of matters relating to archaeobotany, information relevant to the analysis of archaeological plant macro-remains
List address: archaeobotany@eng-h.gov.uk
List owner: Dominique de Moulins
How to subscribe: Send to listproc@eng-h.gov.uk an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
SUBSCRIBE ARCHAEOBOTANY YourName

BRITARCH

For the circulation of information and general discussion of issues relating to the archaeology of Britain. See Council for British Archaeology at http://www.britarch.ac.uk/
List address: britarch@mailbase.ac.uk
List owners: Michael Heyworth and Seamus Ross
How to subscribe: Send to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
SUBSCRIBE BRITARCH YourName
Discussions from this list are archived.

CAPE-MEMBERS

Researchers interested in the activities of CAPE (Circumpolar Arctic PaleoEnvironments) project
List address: cape-members@lists.Colorado.edu
List owner: duvall@colorado.edu
How to subscribe: Send to listproc@lists.Colorado.edu an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
SUBSCRIBE CAPE-MEMBERS YourName

ETHNOBIOLOGY

Subject: to facilitate communication between ethnobiologists by discussion about the use of plants and animals by native peoples worldwide.
List address: ethno-bio@sfu.ca
List owner: Dana Lepofsky
How to subscribe: send to majordomo@sfu.ca an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
subscribe ethno-bio

EVOLUTION

Subject: For the discussion of Evolutionary Theory. Designed for broad, intra discipine discussions on evolutionary topics. It would be an excellent resource for professionals to gather information about advances outside their normal scope (i.e. it will allow fossil hunters to talk to gene splicers). This site should not be used for the evolution/creation debate!
Subscribe through the website at http://www.esosoft.com/evolution/ to join the list.

GEOCOSMO

Subject: In situ produced cosmogenic nuclides including 3-He, 10-Be, 14-C, 21-Ne, 26-Al, 36-Cl, and 41-Ca
List address: geocosmo@list.uvm.edu
List owner: Paul Bierman
How to subscribe: Send to listproc@list.uvm.edu an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
sub geocosmo your name

Geoscience Journals

For information on a subscription service to obtain tables of contents from a wide range of geoscience journals, contact http://wwei.ucsd.edu

GROUNDWATER

Subject: "Global discussion group on groundwater and related topics. There are over 1800 members worldwide, with many USGS, EPA and Corps of Engineers members. If you have a groundwater question, we can help."
List owner: Kenneth E. Bannister
How to subscribe: Send a message to majordomo@ias.champlain.edu an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
subscribe GROUNDWATER

IAG-GEOMORPHLIST

Moderated list for disseminating information of interest to geomorphologists. Run for the International Association of Geomorphologists See http://earth.boisestate.edu/home/dwilkins/
List owner/moderator: David Wilkins
How to subscribe: Send a message to David Wilkins containing the following information in the following format:
your name
your postal address (include country)
phone number (include country code)
fax number (include country code)
e-mail address
a few keywords to identify your interests in geomorphology, topical and/or geographical

NW Europe @ 10ka

Provides a forum for archaeologists, environmental and Quaternary scientists to discuss issues relating to the human response to the Pleistocene/Holocene transition in Northwest Europe
List address: nweurope-10kbp@mailbase.ac.uk
List owner: Chris Tolan-Smith
How to subscribe: Send to mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
join nweurope-10kbp YourFirstName YourLastName
List is archived at http://www.mailbase.ac.uk/lists/nweurope-10kbp/

PHY-TALK

Subject: to facilitate information exchange among researchers involved in the study of phytoliths, microscopic mineral deposits in plants
List address: phy-talk@vm1.spcs.umn.edu
List owner: Susan J. Pennington
How to subscribe: Send to listserv@vm1.spcs.umn.edu an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
subscribe phy-talk your name

SASnet

Subject: Discussion list for the Society for Archaeological Sciences. To facilitate discussion about the applications of methods from the physical/natural sciences to archaeological problems. To provide a resource for archaeologists who need access to technical expertise and a forum for physical/natural scientists to discuss the development of archaeological applications of their methods
List address: SASnet@relay.doit.wisc.edu
List owner: James Burton
How to subscribe: Send to listserver@relay.doit.wisc.edu an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
SUBSCRIBE SASnet your name

SITKA

SITKA, the Northwest Coast Researchers List, is devoted to interdisciplinary discussion of glacial and postglacial events along the northern Pacific coast of North America
List address: sitka@sunbird.usd.edu
List owner: Timothy Heaton
How to subscribe: Send to listproc@sunbird.usd.edu an e-mail message (with a blank subject line) containing only the following line:
SUBSCRIBE SITKA YourName
SITKA archives and associated materials may be viewed at http://www.usd.edu/sitka

TILIA-L

Subject: Tips and tricks for using the Tilia, Tilia.graph, and TGView software packages
List address: tilia@museum.state.il.us
How to subscribe: Subscription information can be found at http://museum.state.il.us/mailman/listinfo/tilia

CAP home
CAP Web page is compiled and maintained by: Alwynne B. Beaudoin
CAP Web page launched March 8 1995
This component last updated: March 19 2006