Subscribing to the GEOS-Chem email lists

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On this page we describe how to subscribe to the various GEOS-Chem email lists.


We use several email lists to share information among the GEOS-Chem user community. There is a "general" GEOS-Chem email list, plus an email list for each GEOS-Chem Working Group.

Email list address Intended audience All GEOS-Chem users and developers
NOTE: This is the "general" email list to which information
about new model versions, bugs & fixes, etc. will be sent Adjoint Model and Data Assimilation Working Group Aerosols Working Group Carbon Cycle Working Group Chemistry-Climate Working Group Hg and POPs Working Group Organics Working Group Oxidants and Chemistry Working Group Nested Model Working Group Sources and Sinks Working Group Transport Working Group

We invite you to join the Working Group that is most appropriate to your research, and to subscribe to the relevant email list. Consider joining more than one Working Group (and email list) if your research spans several topics.

Subscribing and unsubscribing

To subscribe to any of the GEOS-Chem lists, please send an email to:

To unsubscribe from any of the GEOS-Chem lists, send an email to:

where LISTNAME is the name of the intended email list (e.g. geos-chem, geos-chem-adjoint etc.). You can leave the subject and body of the email blank if you wish.

When subscribing (or unsubscribing) to any of these lists, you will receive a confirmation email from the system. To activate your subscription (or un-subscription), please click on the link in the email.

Anti-spam measures

Each subscription request shall be approved by the GEOS-Chem Support Team. Requests from persons who are not recognized GEOS-Chem users shall be discarded.

To prevent spam, the GEOS-Chem email lists will reject mail from unrecognized addresses. When sending an email message to a list, make sure that you send your message from the same email address under which you subscribed to that list. Otherwise your message may not get delivered.

If you are having difficulties sending mail to a list, then please contact the GEOS-Chem Support Team for assistance.

--Bob Y. 11:43, 28 March 2011 (EDT)