August 4, 2000
From: Daniel Barshis
To Dr. Rudman,
My name is Daniel Barshis and I am currently a Senior year undergraduate at the Evergreen State College [Washington, USA]. The opportunity for advance study in the marine sciences here is fairly limited and I am doing some preparatory searching for a possible marine diving volunteer position this coming winter. I am contacting you because I am also extremely interested in the evolutionary biology of photosynthetic marine invertebrates, particularly Elysia sp. I have done much research into the natural history of and current research being done on Elysia sp. I was wondering if you had any suggestions of places to go or other people to contact about possibly working with them on a research project during January to March of 2001. Any information or leads you can think of would be incredibly helpful. I would like to take my interests out of the library and into the water. I have an open water certification and have done some recreational reef diving in the tropics.
Thank you for your help,
email@example.comBarshis, D. , 2000 (Aug 4) Elysia and chloroplast symbiosis. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/2827
Daniel sent this request to me personally and with his permission I have posted it on the Forum. If anyone would like an assistant or could suggest someone he should contact, perhaps they could email Daniel directly.
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