> yo, peter, heiko's AquaGeo is sometimes found in newstands, larger ones like
> at B & N in new york. but it comes out irregularly.
If you bothered to read all your email before replying you'll see that Harro
pointed out it wasn't in the journal I thought it was (which is not the one
you list above). But it was a pleasant change to see you post something
potentially useful and perhaps even helpful to the list (even if it wasn't
directly in this case).
> btw, don't you know to put a better topic in the subject line? what's meant
> by "question?" sheesh, peter, you've been in this country so long and you
> still acting like an australian...
One dictionary meaning is "an act or instance of asking" which is what I
believe I did. As it turns out, if I had put Aqua Geo in the title (which was
not the journal I was asking about) it would have been misleading since the
article was actually in Ichthyological Exploration of Freshwaters, hence the
broadness of my subject line seems even more appropriate in retrospect.
And, of course you would know all about how Australians act.......