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Electronic Green Journal Mike Pollastro 08 Jan 1997 18:33 UTC

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The University of Idaho Library announces the availability of issue six,
December 1996 of the ELECTRONIC GREEN JOURNAL (ISSN: 1076-7975),
a professional refereed  publication devoted to disseminating information
concerning sources on international environmental topics including:
assessment, conservation, development, disposal, education, hazards,
pollution, resources, technology, and treatment.

Environmental issues frequently cross national borders; therefore, our
journal encourages the international sharing of environmental
expertise. The journal serves communities as an educational
environmental resource, and includes both practical and scholarly
articles, bibliographies, reviews, editorial comments, and
announcements.  We are academically sponsored; however, our focus is for
the educated generalist as well as the specialist.

Preferred access to the journal is on the Worldwide Web. Point your
browser to:

The journal is also available by ftp:
   anonymous ftp: (directory: /pub/egj)
PLEASE NOTE: gif files (graphics) must be ftp-ed in BINARY mode

Subscriptions are also available by email.  ASCII text versions of the
contents of the journal will be emailed to subscribers.  To subscribe,
email to:
with the following in the body of the message:
  subscribe egj your_email_address (substitute your preferred email
address here)

Or, to receive announcements and tables of contents of new issues,
email to:
with the following in the body of the message:
  subscribe egjtoc your_email_address (substitute your preferred email
address here)

Original contributions from authors are welcome.  Guidelines for authors
are available on the WWW site and from the editors.  Send contributions,
advertisements, requests for guidelines, or requests for any other information
about the journal to:

Mike Pollastro,

Contents of Issue 6, December 1996 include Environmental Book Publishing:
Trends and Tendencies; Fish Mortality in Bangalore Lakes, India; Stoss
on Environmental Information; Expanding the Capacity of the Public
Library: Partnerships with Community Based Environmental Groups;
a report on The Wildlife Society (TWS) GIS Annual Remote Sensing Meeting;
Environmental Resources; The Ecocruiser; and nine book reviews.