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Life in the Field: a Reflection on Cataloging Field Notes in the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program - Field Book Project

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Friday, 05 August 2011

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Lesley Parilla

Thanks so much for contacting us. It's wonderful to hear from a former participant in the Program. The collection has proven a rich source of information and fascinating to catalog.

Jeff Tordoff

Dear Emily - I worked on the POBSP from June 1965 to July 1966, and again from December 1967 to February 1968. I was a lousy note-taker, however. Your page is a nice tribute to the Pacific Project. Thank you.

I have several hundred 35mm slides from this time, the best of them showing the personnel rather than the birds. SI is welcome to them, if interested.

Jeff Tordoff

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