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Re: [aroid-l] Introduction

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Introduction
  • From: Aroideae@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 17:13:05 EDT

hi emily,
       it's great to have you on board!!  i've heard nothing but good things 
about you from tom and others and i'm sure you'll contribute a lot to the L 
discussions, like tom's other assitants who've always been glad to help out and 
add info that's not accessible to most of us.


> Hi aroid-L subscribers...
> I just wanted to introduce myself. I am a relatively new subscriber to
> Aroid-L, and a new face beginning in aroid research.  My name is Emily Yates
> and my interest in plant taxonomy, ecology and biogeography in general, and
> Araceae, in particular, stems from my new position as Tom Croat's research
> assistant at Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis, MO.  I am originally
> from southern Illinois, and received my B.S. in biology from Drake
> University in Des Moines, Iowa, and my M.S. in geography from SIU
> Carbondale, IL, where I studied recruitment of non-native invasive plants
> into fragmented forests in southern Illinois.  I continue to be very
> interested in invasive plants, especially invasive aroids, as well as
> biogeography, fieldwork, travel, and plant collecting, all of which I hope
> to submerse myself in here at Missouri Botanical Garden.  I enjoy being
> given the chance to be part of such a community of people interested this
> fascinating group of plants, to work with Tom to bring to completion many
> aroid research projects, and to initiate others on my own.  I am looking
> forward to interacting with all of you at some point and hope to contribute
> to the discussion of Araceae on Aroid-L and to provide assistance to you
> from our wealth of resources here at the Missouri Botanical Garden.
> Emily Yates
> Research (Araceae)
> Missouri Botanical Garden
> P.O. Box 299
> St. Louis, MO  63166-0299
> Emily.Yates@mobot.org <mailto:Emily.Yates@mobot.org>

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