Wednesday, December 1, 2010

ISH at the ESA 2010 Annual Meeting

It's that time of year again. December 12, the day of our next ISH symposium and business meeting, is rapidly approaching, and we are looking forward to what will definitely be a fun program. Here's the list of talks, which mainly focus on fieldwork:
  • 1:00 PM – Welcoming Remarks
  • 1:05 PM – Ant diversity in the pine forest – a comparison of east Texas and Belize. Jerry L. Cook, Sam Houston State University
  • 1:25 PM – Eucharitids and fire ants - Systematics and Biological Control - when the rubber meets the road in Dominica. John Heraty, University of California-Riverside
  • 1:45 PM – Bees, sea breeze, and MPs: Establishing bee species inventories at U.S. Naval Base Guantánamo Bay in Cuba. Seán Brady, Smithsonian Institution; Sam Droege, USGS
  • 2:05 PM – Parasites and inquilines of Trypoxyon manni (Crabronidae) in Trinidad, West Indies. Allan W. Hook, St. Edward's University
  • 2:25 PM – Litter-mania in Honduras: Project LLAMA 2010 Field Season. John Longino, The Evergreen State College; Robert S. Anderson, Canadian Museum of Nature
  • 2:45 PM – Field notes from Down Under: Accumulating Aculeates in Australia. Craig M. Brabant, University of Wisconsin; Laura Breitkreuz, Museum für Naturkunde; Stefanie Krause, Museum für Naturkunde
  • 3:05 PM – ISH Business Meeting 
Following the business portion of the symposium we'll gather for drinks and casual socializing. Do you have any items for the agenda? Will you be attending the ESA annual meeting this year? See you then!

1 comment:

  1. Great! I look forward to the talks etc. Hope to see you there. Ann Mayo at University of Texas at Arlington.