Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada (Terrestrial Arthropods)

Volume 19 No. 2, Fall 2000


Selected Future Conferences

General information and editorial notes

News and Notes
Grasslands conference at 2000 meeting
Survey’s website expanding
Biodiversity brief published
Spider newsletter published
New cone and seed insect web site
Nature Discovery Fund makes first award
Summary of the Scientific Committee meeting
Members of the Scientific Committee

Comments on Error Rates in Insect Identifications

Project Update: Insects of Keewatin and Mackenzie

The Website of the Biological Survey

The Quiz Page

Selected Publications

Selected Future Conferences

Quips and Quotes

Requests for Material or Information Invited

Request for Cooperation (form)











Entomological Society of Canada
2000, 2-7 Dec.  
Montréal, QC
with Societé d’entomologie du Québec and the Entomological Society of America) see:

Niagara Falls, ON 
(with the Entomological Society of Ontario)

Entomological Society of America
2000, 2-7 Dec 
Montréal, QC 
(joint meeting with ESC, see above)

2001, 9-13 Dec.   
San Diego, CA                
Contact: ESA , 9301 Annapolis Rd., Lanham, MD 20706-3115;

2002, 10-15 Dec.                
Philadelphia, PA 
ESA, see above

Coleopterists Society Annual Meeting
2000, 5 Dec
Montréal, QC
(Held in conjunction with the joint ESA/ESC/SEQ meeting)



Association of Systematics Collections Annual Meeting 
2001, 8-9 June 
Chicago, IL
Association of Systematics Collections, 1725 K Street NW, Suite 601;Washington, DC 20006-1401;

Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections Annual Meeting 
2001, Summer
San Francisco, CA
Jean Demouth, California Academy of Sciences, Golden Gate Park, San Franciso, CA.


OTHER SUBJECTS (especially those relevant to Survey projects)

First International Conference on Entomology Libraries and Information Networks (ELIN)
2000, 25-27 Oct.   
London, England 
Contact: ELIN Conference Administrator, c/o The Royal Entomological Society, 41 Queens Gate, London, SW7 5HR, UK,

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