I think I have my plate full right now Andrea, but I do agree that the
technical aspect of ISOGEOCHEM is what I look forward to.
As a little aside - I plan to have the new ISOGEOCHEM site up in the next
4 weeks or so. It's coming along quite nicely. As everyone may have
noticed I temporarily moved it to the wiki but will switch back over once
that site is completed.
Hope everyone is doing well.
> well..... sorry but I won't launch another isotope list! Art???? ;)
> On Jul 21, 2010, at 7:11 PM, Matthew Rogers wrote:
>> Maybe the more appropriate thing to do is to create a different list for
>> people who want only the general information. The technical information
>> is what makes isogeochem... isogeochem.
>> On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 4:05 PM, Lola Oliver <[log in to unmask]>
>> Hi Bill,
>> Not at all! The technical talk is what I come to ISOGEOCHEM for. We
>> can't get this information from anyone except the technical people who
>> populate this list and are willing to talk about their problems, ideas
>> and solutions. We are a diverse group with one focus (sotopes and how
>> to measure them) and scanning through those discussions that aren't
>> relevant to my own work is a trivial price to pay for the overwhelming
>> amount of information I've been able use over the years.
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