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Scott Coffen-Smout worldcom at ac.dal.ca
Tue Jan 9 13:06:00 EST 1996


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My apologies for any duplication of this announcement.


The International Ocean Institute (IOI) is pleased to announce the IOI Home
Page at the following URL: http://is.dal.ca/~mjwood

The IOI is an independent, non-governmental organization devoted to
studying and preserving the world's oceans.  The IOI has its headquarters in
Malta, and operational centres in Canada, Fiji, Costa Rica, Japan, China,
Senegal and India.  The IOI Home Page is sponsored by IOI-Halifax, Canada.

The IOI Home Page contains the following information:

*  What is the IOI?
*  Across the Oceans -- The IOI Newsletter -- Fall 1995 (Winter '96 issue in pre
p.)
*  IOI Training Programmes
*  Ocean Yearbook Information
*  Independent World Commission on the Oceans: Canadian Ocean Assessment
*  Commission Indipendante Mondiale sur les Ocians: Consultation sur les Ocians

   Canadiens

For further information, please contact:

International Ocean Institute
Dalhousie University
1226 LeMarchant Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
CANADA  B3H 3P7
Tel: +1 902 494-1737
Fax: +1 902 494-2034
WWW: http://is.dal.ca/~mjwood
E-Mail: ioihfx at ac.dal.ca


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Scott Coffen-Smout
Project Co-ordinator
Canadian Ocean Assessment







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