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Subject: ALGAE-L: Biofouling images and image submission.
From: Mike Guiry <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Mike Guiry <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 22 May 2001 13:07:47 +0100

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Here are the http references to images mentioned recently in an algae-l
message. These are large images that I have optimized for the web, but they
are not suitable for a modem download. Please contact Marja Smith
<[log in to unmask]> directly.

Please do not send more than one or two images to me for posting; it is very
time-consuming. Send only jpegs, please.

Mike Guiry

Here is the original message:

Would anyone know a contact for biofouling problems at natural gas
dehydration plants? The nature of the material is possibly
cyanobacterial, the origin could either be from the incoming wet gas
(unlikely) or from inoculation during maintenance procedures. The
environment where problems occur is anoxic at about 30 degrees C. For
information/photos please contact me.

Kind regards,

Marja Smith
University of Aberdeen

Best regards, Mike
Michael D. Guiry
Department of Botany Tel: +353 91 750 410
Martin Ryan Institute  Mobile: +353 87 251 9917
National University of Ireland  Fax: +353 91 525 005
Galway, Ireland

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