Deep-sea ecology and biogeography, systematics of aplacophoran molluscs,
evolution of Metazoa, and systematics of the Pinnidae
Heartiest congratulations on the15th anniversary of the Russian Far East Malacological Society! I always look forward to receiving the Society's journal, keeping up with my Russian mollusc colleagues. May you have 15+++++ years more of Far East mollusc researches.
We often tell our friends here about our very wonderful trip to Vladivostok, and the friends we made there.
October 3, 2009
Taxonomy, nomenclature and biogeography of world-wide Recent
Pectinoidea (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Propeamussiidae and Pectinidae)
Congratulions with the 15th anniversary of the Russian Far East Malacological Society.
Have a nice meeting and I am wishing the society many more successful years to go.
All the best,
Henk H. Dijkstra
October 5, 2009
September 20, 2009
Molluscan fauna and paleoceanographic conditon of the Japan Sea during the Pliocene to Pleistocene
Dear friends, I'm so happy to hear that your society has 15 years historysince its foundation. Time flies! We have the Sea of Japan asa common sea between my town Joetsu and Vladivostok. In this meaning, I would like to tell you my hearty congratulationon the 15 th anniversary as a neighbor. It is my pleasure thatyour society has got and is getting excellent results on the studyof shells in the Far East Russia. Also I would like to defer to youractivity. I hope the everlasting growth of the society. Congratulations!With my best regards,Kazutaka AmanoOctober 5, 2009
Congratulation for 15th Anniversary of Russian Far East Malacological Society In this occasion I wish to express my deeply thanks for the activities of the Russian Far East Malacological Society which made many scientific result on Malacology and it is not only Far East Area of the Pacific but also all over the Pacific and north Polar area.We wish to our thanks for these research done by Russian Far East Malacological Society, and hope to continue these researches in future. Sincerely Yours, Sadao KOSUGE Director Institute of Malacology of Tokyo October 5, 2009
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On behalf of the Malacological Society of Japan, I extend my heartfelt ongratulation to the Russian Far East Malacological Society for the15th anniversary of its establishment. We always admire the activityof the RFEMS represented by high-standard papers of taxonomy,ecology, physiology, molecular biology and more diverse fields ofmalacology in the Bulletin. The most of mollusks treated in the Bulletin are closely related to Japanese malacofauna, therefore, the RFEMS Bulletin cannot be overlooked by Japanese malacologists. Such ahigh activity is powered by youngness of the RFEMS, which is a youthof 15 years old. (Compare to our Malacological Society of Japan, whichis 82 years old now!) We all pray and warmly expect the futuregrowth, prosperity, stability and advancement of the Russian Far EastMalacological Society from other side of the sea.Sincerely,Takashi Okutani, D.Sc.The President of Malacological Society of Japan(Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University of Fisheries)
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Taxonomy of tropical bivalve mollusks, Cardiidae, organizer of the long-term Tropical Marine Mollusc Programme (TMMP)
the President of the Russian Far East Malacological Society
I address you on the auspicious occasion of the 15th anniversary
since the establishment of the Russian Far East Malacological Society.
I have had the pleasure to be able to follow the constant progress of
your Society through papers published the Bulletin of the Society. The
Bulletin is a very fine contribution to science, which I appreciate
I congratulate the Society and wish you continued success.
Jorgen Hylleberg, prof.emer., phil dr.
Institute of Biology
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Dear Dr. LutaenkoAt the great moment of 15th anniversary of Russian Far East Malacological Society, I take this opportunity to send my greetings and best wishes to you and RFEMS. I hope that RFEMS will have a great progress and there will be a further increase in exchange of culture and technology between our two institute and we look forward to continued friendly relations with you in the near future. Yours sincerely, Baoquan LIInstitute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences CHINAOctober 9, 2009
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October 8, 2009
Konstantin A. Lutaenko Ph.D.
Russian Far East Malacological Society
Dear Dr. Lutaenko:
I would like to congratulate the Russian Far East Malacological Society on the 15th anniversary of its establishment. The Society has made a great contribution to malacology in general, and especially to the knowledge of the East Asian mollusk fauna.
I wish the Society many more productive years, and hope that its membership will increase to include more researchers from around the world.
Ronald G. Noseworthy
On behalf of the Israel Malacological Society and the Mollusc Collections at the Hebrew University and the Tel Aviv University I congratulate the Russian Far East Malacological Society with the celebration of its 15th anniversary. Your society plays an important role in the study of molluscs in that part of the world. I hope that the next 15 years will as fruitful as the first episode.With my best personal wishes,Henk K. Mienis
On behalf of the Korean Malacological Society, I am sending you a congratulatory message to celebrate 15th anniversary of the Russian Far East Malacological Society.Please pass our warm regards and congratulation to the members of the Russian Far East Malacological Society.All the best,Professor Dr. Kwang-Sik Albert ChoiVice President of the Korean Malacological SocietyOrganizing Committee Chair of the 10th ICMAM
Let me congratulate on your society's 15th anniversary.Your society's members have been greatly contributed to malacology, and we can take the fruits with much appreciation. I believe further development of your society, and great successes of the members.Best regards,Hiroshi SaitoDepartment of ZoologyNational Museum of Nature and Science