Advances in Aquatic Entomology: Celebrating the Role of Aquatic Insects in Scientific Research

Tuesday, December 15, 2009: 1:30 PM-5:35 PM
Room 202, Second Floor (Convention Center)
Ryan Kimbirauskas
Mollie McIntosh
Richard Merritt
1:30 PM
Introductory Remarks
2:15 PM
Should aquatic ecosystem condition be based on taxonomy or ecology or both? A comparison of approaches
Kenneth W. Cummins, Humboldt State University; Margaret A. Wilzbach, Humboldt State University
2:35 PM
2:55 PM
Incorporating the entire life cycle of aquatic insects into urban stream ecology
Robert F. Smith, University of Maryland; William Lamp, University of Maryland
3:15 PM
3:50 PM
Ebbs and flows of aquatic insects in Hawaiian stream ecosystems
M. Eric Benbow, University of Dayton; Mollie McIntosh, Michigan State University
4:10 PM
Post-glacial dispersion and Pleistocene refugia of two stoneflies (Plecoptera) inhabiting eastern North America
R. Edward DeWalt, University of Illinois; Rosanna Giordano, University of Illinois, Illinois Natural History Survey
4:30 PM
4:50 PM
The role of aquatic insects in criminal investigations
Richard Merritt, Michigan State University; Ryan Kimbirauskas, Michigan State University
5:10 PM
Concluding Remarks
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