Tuesday, 16 November 2004: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM

151 G (Salt Palace L-1)

Section C Symposium: Global Issues with Aquatic Insects: Research Trends and Societal Concerns

Organizer(s): John Wallace, john.wallace@millersville.edu
M. Eric Benbow, benbow@msu.edu
Moderator(s): John Wallace, john.wallace@millersville.edu
8:00 AM0087Introduction: Global issues with aquatic insects
John Wallace, john.wallace@millersville.edu
8:25 AM0088Mission to another world: Aquatic insect research and teaching in East Asia  [ Recorded presentation ]
John C. Morse, jmorse@clemson.edu
8:50 AM0089Aquatic insect communities: Global trends along a permanent-intermittent-episodic habitat continuum  [ Recorded presentation ]
D. Dudley Williams, dhw1@cam.ac.uk
9:15 AM0090Anopheles gambiae larval habitats in western Kenya: constraints on adult production
Edward Walker, walker@msu.edu, Michael G. Kaufman, kaufma15@msu.edu
9:40 AM0091Biodiversity of the Simuliidae of the world and implications for society  [ Recorded presentation ]
Peter Adler, padler@clemson.edu
10:05 AMBreak
10:20 AM0092Black flies on the Galapagos: a threat to a unique stream ecosystem  [ Recorded presentation ]
John W. McCreadie, jmccread@jaguar1.usouthal.edu, Charles Brockhouse, Peter Adler, padler@clemson.edu, Cecilia Coscaron
10:45 AM0093The potential role of aquatic insects in Buruli Ulcer Disease transmission in Ghana, Africa  [ Recorded presentation ]
Richard W. Merritt, merrittr@msu.edu, M. Eric Benbow, benbow@msu.edu, Ryan K. Kimbirauskas, kimbira1@msu.edu
11:10 AM0094Studies on the aquatic insect fauna of southeast Alaska: Beginning with Russian Alaska to the present day  [ Recorded presentation ]
Kimberly T. Huntzinger, kth3@email.byu.edu, Richard Baumann, richard_baumann@byu.edu
11:35 AM0095Aquatic insects of the tropical Pacific: Effects of continued development of isolated archipelagoes  [ Recorded presentation ]
M. Eric Benbow, benbow@msu.edu, Albert J. Burky, albert.burky@notes.udayton.edu, Richard W. Merritt, merrittr@msu.edu

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