Re: NANFA-- American Currents on-line index updated

Todd Crail (
Mon, 30 Jun 2003 12:58:01 -0400

Thanks again Chris, for all your work with AC. It is definately something
to be proud of.

I recently hooked up with a former NANFAn (mentored by Klaus Schoening
growing up :) who lives in Toledo now. Hopefully, he's sent in his
membership :) By profession, he's a herper... But he's decided his hobby
is native fish. He just could never find anyone else to go out fishin'
with, everyone just wanted to look at herps. Our paths have crossed... I
showed him what AC looks like now.

His jaw left a dent in my van's floorboard.

He was, <ahem>, _very_ impressed.

His first question... "Oh my gosh! Does this go before peer review now?!?"

It's that good, man. Kudos :)

(the answer was: "Every time a NANFAn opens it up" :)

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Subject: NANFA-- American Currents on-line index updated

> Looking for information on a particular native fish topic?
> A great place to start is the on-line index (actually, a
> table of contents listing) of 30+ years worth of articles
> published in American Currents. The index has just been
> updated for the first time in several years, and is complete
> through the Spring 2003 issue of American Currents.
> You can find the index here:
> The best way to search for the article you want is to use the
> select all command, type in your search term(s), then use the
> find command. You may also wish to copy the entire index into a
> word processing file on to your hard drive for even faster
> access and searching.
> Instructions on how to purchase back issues (or photocopies
> of out-of-print back issues) is provided on a link at the
> beginning of the index.
> Happy reading!
> Christopher Scharpf
> editor, American Currents
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