[MARMAM] (Final) call for photos of senior scientists

Phillip Clapham Phillip.Clapham at noaa.gov
Fri Oct 28 13:00:04 PDT 2005

As I mentioned awhile back, Jim Mead, Dee Allen and I are putting
together a mostly serious plenary talk on the history of marine mammal
science for the upcoming Biennial Conference in San Diego.  Some months
back we put out a call for photographs of senior people in the field
(alive or deceased), and we had a very good response.  This is another
(final) call for more pictures of same.

We’re looking for two categories of pictures:

1) Tasteful (serious or fun) photos of senior scientists no longer with
us; and
2) Not-so-tasteful photos of living senior scientists either when they
were young and/or when they were caught on film doing something

“Senior” means whatever you want it to mean - preferably someone who’s
been around for a long time - but if the photo is particularly amusing
we’ll take it anyway!

Please email digital/scanned images to me at phillip.clapham at noaa.gov. 
And many thanks to everyone who has already contributed to this noble(?)

Phil Clapham

Phillip J. Clapham, Ph.D.
Alaska Fisheries Science Center
National Marine Mammal Laboratory
7600 Sand Point Way NE, Building 4
Seattle, WA 98115

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