Tuesday, December 11, 2007: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM

California, Atlas Ballroom, First Floor (Town & Country)

Program Symposium: Conservation of Insects: Current Status, Future Directions, and an Expanded Role for the Entomological Society

Organizer(s): John E Losey, jel27@cornell.edu
Faith Kuehn, Faith.Kuehn@state.de.us
Moderator(s): Mace Vaughan, mace@xerces.org
1:30 PM Introductory Remarks
1:35 PM 0912Biting the hand that feeds us: Little things in big trouble
Piotr Naskrecki, p.naskrecki@conservation.org
1:53 PM 0913Insect conservation across the globe
Sacha Spector, spector@amnh.org
2:11 PM0914Global climate change and invasive species: The demonic duo
Jason Hamilton, jhamilton@ithaca.edu
2:29 PM0915Citizen scientists: Creating a research army for conservation
Karen Oberhauser
2:47 PM0916The cultural connection: Building public support for conservation
Faith Kuehn, Faith.Kuehn@state.de.us
3:05 PM0917Can birds save butterflies?: Teaming with other taxa
Douglas Tallamy
3:23 PM Break
3:33 PM0918Dispatches from the frontlines of insect conservation
Mace Vaughan, mace@xerces.org
3:51 PM0919How the ESA can work with the ESA to conserve insects
Scott Black, sblack@xerces.org
4:09 PM0920Insecta - the true working class: Conserving insect ecological services
John E Losey, jel27@cornell.edu, Mace Vaughan, mace@xerces.org
4:27 PM0921The systematic imperative: Knowledge needed for effective conservation
Christopher Marshall, marshach@science.oregonstate.edu
4:45 PM 0922ESA's role in the future conservation of insect species and services
May R. Berenbaum, maybe@uiuc.edu
5:03 PM Panel Discussion

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