Archive for January, 2017

More sponsored memberships and new application form

I am pleased to announce that the IAMSLIC Executive Board has approved an expansion to the IAMSLIC-sponsored memberships that are available to new IAMSLIC members. For a number of years IAMSLIC has offered a limited number of one-time three-year sponsored memberships free of charge to new members from low and middle income countries. As described on the Join IAMSLIC page, similar one-time one-year sponsored memberships are now also available to new members from high income countries. Up to five sponsored memberships may be awarded in each category each year.

Please help recruit new members by sharing this news with any and all librarians, information specialists and library school students you meet!

In addition, there is a new online IAMSLIC Membership Application Form linked from the Join IAMSLIC page that makes it easier to apply for membership.

Steve Watkins
IAMSLIC President 2016-2017

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New kelp & algae resource page from CA Fish & Wildlife

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photo by R. Flores-Miller
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has produced a new web resource for kelp and other marine algae that provides information on commercial and recreational algae harvest, historical commercial harvest data, results of annual aerial kelp surveysand links to the datasets, reports including CEQA documents and CalCOFI fishery reviews, and information on commonly harvested marine algae…read more

https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Marine/Kelp

— Joe Wible

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Euraslic Newsletter

The new issue of EURASLIC Newsletter, No 45 (2016)
is freely available at EURASLIC Newsletters page.

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We hope you’ll find it interesting and informative!

Sofija Konjevic, Euraslic Newsletter editor

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