Michigan Music Technology Conference 2003 830 to 930 AM, genera L SESSION with Reason George Hess Central michigan University,Recording Jay Province Lentine's, QuickTime in Music education Why Go Pro http://dev.msboa.org/musictech/conf/schedule.html
Botany Department ONLINE: Walter S. Judd, Ph.D. has resulted in the recircumscription of several genera and the education. Ph.D.,Harvard University (Biology, Systematics), 1978 MS, michigan State University http://web.botany.ufl.edu/faculty/wjudd/wjudd.html
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org Walter Judd was born in Fairbanks, Alaska, on 14 April 1951, but was raised in rural southern Michigan, where he developed a keen interest in natural history. He graduated from Corunna High School (1969) and received his B.S. (1973) and M.S. (1974) degrees from Michigan State University, Department of Botany. A turning point in his academic development came when he took Dr. John Beaman's Plant Taxonomy course, and soon thereafter became involved in taxonomic teaching and research. During his doctoral work at Harvard University (Dept. of Biology) he studied the systematics of Lyonia and Pieris Education Ph.D., Harvard University (Biology, Systematics), 1978
THE GUIDE T O MICHIGAN 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Folklifein-education resources and institutes, research col-. lection, michigan Heritage Awards, Traditional Lives This film follows three genera-. tions of a Finnish-American http://www.msue.msu.edu/cyf/youth/guide4h/folkpatterns.pdf
Genera LCommunications - Out Of State Jobs Central michigan University is currently seeking and Associate Dean to commitmentto diversity; and previous administrative experience in higher education. http://ics.byu.edu/listings/ofsjgencomm.htm
Extractions: GENERAL COMMUNICATIONS Central Michigan University - Mid-Career to Senior Level Executive Central Michigan University is currently seeking and Associate Dean to support the Dean and Department Chairs. Qualifications: possession of terminal degree; tenurability at senior faculty level in one of the college's departments; effective communication skills; demonstrated success with shared governance; knowledge of and experience with curricular issues; record of excellent teaching and research/creative endeavors, demonstrated commitment to diversity; and previous administrative experience in higher education. Preferred qualifications: experience with budgeting, planning , mediation and conflict resolution. Duties include: supervision of faculty searches, affirmative action, space and remodeling, student and faculty grievances, assistance in planning, program development; faculty review; recruitment of students. To apply, send application letter, vita, list of 3 references with addresses, telephone numbers to Chair, College of Communication and Fine Arts Associate Dean Search Committee, Central Michigan University, Moore Hall 129, Mount Pleasant, MI 48859. Position begins July 1, 2003. Screening will begin on November 8, 2002 and will continue until position is filled.
Nursery/Landscape Links From MSU can be ordered for selected genera as evaluation Notes bimonthly newsletter fromthe michigan State University Pesticide education Program contains http://www.cips.msu.edu/landscape/links.htm
Extractions: Nursery and Landscape web resources For any websites listing chemical control recommendations, be sure to check that products and rates recommended are legal for use within Michigan. Contact the Michigan Department of Agriculture's Pesticide and Plant Pest Management Division at 517-335-6542 or 517-373-9750. Nursery and Landscape Associations The Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association is a statewide trade association representing a vast array of segments including arborists, garden centers, golf course maintenance, landscape designers, growers, wholesalers, rewholesalers, public gardens, suppliers, sod growers, snowplowers, pesticide applicators, turf management firms and much more! http://www.landscape.org/ http://sna.org/ The Southern Nursery Association website is well worth exploring for the wealth of information it contains.There are complete printed proceedings of past research conferences, along with a searchable database. There is also information about nursery-related events and conferences taking place in the Southern states. http://www.anla.org/
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MICHIGAN ORCHID SOCIETY The purpose of the Mich. Orchid Soc. is to increase and disseminate the knowledge, appreciation, Category Home Gardens Associations Orchids education Inform. Dan Cheryl Send E-Mail. Open Mall hours at Laruel Park Mall,6 Mile and I 275, Livonia, michigan. BELLE ISLE VOLUNTEER NEWS. genera. http://home.att.net/~Exotics/MOS.htm
Dr. Fungus -Links (Societies And Associations) of their programs, including education, cultivation, photography West michigan MycologicalSociety http//www.dancingmac.com key to common genera arranged by http://www.doctorfungus.org/educatio/category16.htm
Extractions: This prestigious society is the oldest and largest single life science membership organization in the world. This site provides the latest on public policy, meetings, educational conferences, grants and fellowships, offers subscriptions to its 10 journals and a searchable instructional library - covering the spectrum of microbiology. Membership benefits are extensive. Student membership is available.
AIHce Education Program Zhong, E. Zellers, University of michigan, Ann Arbor These Concepts Into IndustrialHygiene education and Practice 1030 am Correlations in genera Array Between http://www.aiha.org/aihce03/educationtechtue.htm
Extractions: Practical Implementation of an ISO14001 Environmental Management System CROSSOVER PROGRAM 308 Moderator: M. Katchen, The Phylmar Group, Los Angeles, CA. Monitors: G. Miller, InteliCoat Technologies, Matthews, NC; M. Jones, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. Speaker: R. Hepker, Sumco USA, Phoenix, AZ. The presenter will share lessons learned from the perspective of a newly appointed environmental management representative who has read the ISO 14001 standard and has ISO 14001 short course training but no practical ISO experience. The presenter will share strategies, approaches, and tips for development and implementation of an environmental management system that allows the ISO lead auditor to easily find objective evidence that the system accomplishes the requirements of the standard.
UMMZ Mollusk Division-- Taehwan Lee Phylogenetic relationships among North American sphaeriid genera were tested using education.2001, Ph.D. University of michigan, Ann Arbor, michigan, USA. http://www.ummz.lsa.umich.edu/mollusks/people/taehwan.html
Extractions: Email: email@example.com My research interests are on the evolution and systematics of bivalve mollusks. I am especially keen on using morphological and molecular phylogenetic patterns to test evolutionary hypotheses concerning life-history and reproductive/developmental character evolution as well as biogeography. Through my Ph.D. study, I conducted a number of evolutionary studies of the cosmopolitan freshwater fingernail clams (Family Sphaeriidae) which exhibit various peculiar biological features, including hermaphroditism, self-fertilization, ovoviviparity and pronounced polyploidy. Chromosomes of various North American taxa were cytogenetically investigated and evolutionary hypotheses concerning the origins of sphaeriid genome duplication were tested by phylogenetic analyses of single-copy nuclear gene (PGD) allele sequences. Phylogenetic relationships among North American sphaeriid genera were tested using morphological characters. Finally, the current sphaeriid taxonomy was revised based on separate as well as combined phylogenetic analyses of three different gene sequence data, mitochondrial COI and 16S, and nuclear ITS1. Corbicula which includes triploid asexual lineages in the New World.
Extractions: Education - Subjects - Reptiles Return to Subjects Main Page Go to Natural History - Reptiles More information on reptiles may be found in the reptiles section of the Natural History segment of Nearctica GENERAL SITES South California Natural History . Photographs and information on the reptiles of Southern California. Field Guide, Reptiles and Amphibians . San Diego Natural History Museum. Biologial information and photographs of reptiles found in southern California. Vertebrates of Augusta Creek, Michigan . Photographs of several species of reptiles. Reptiles and Amphibians of North Dakota . Ted Hoberg and Cully Gause. A well done site with photographs, North Dakota distribution maps, and information on the reptiles and amphibians of North Dakota. Herps of Texas . Texas Memorial Museum. This is a great site with photographs and information on the reptiles of Texas. El Paso's Reptiles and Amphibians . EPBIONET. Photographs and information on the reptiles found in the El Paso region. LIZARDS Lizards of North Dakota . Photographs and information on the lizards found in North Dakota. The Lizards of Missouri . Tom Johnson. A great introduction to the lizards found in Missouri with photographs, Missouri distribution maps, and biological information.
Bee And Pollination Links: Focus on Apis, and on education. stuff for kids, listing of many (all) genera of bees Reprintonline of michigan entomologist article, with very useful cartoons http://www.uakron.edu/biology/mitchell/bees.html
Extractions: Bee and Pollination Links: Bees in General: USDA native bee lab , Logan Utah. Focus on Megachile Osmia , and conservation of native bees. USDA Carl Hayden Bee Lab , Tucson Arizona. Focus on Apis , and on education. Good information on native bees from Steve Buchmann. USDA Bee Research Lab. Beltsville MD. Focus on Apis The International Bee Research Association. Mostly apis and commercial interests, but some good links here., including a directory of people interested in the field The Insect worlds Solitary Bee page. Nice background and information, good scans of excellent paintings. This page is part of an excellent general entomology site. International Pollination services (Pollination.com). Lots of information and images about Megachile Osmia , and Nomia as pollinators, and some on Bombus as well. Good links. Raising orchard mason bees . North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service. Common Missouri Wasps and Bees Good general info and images on selected members of this group. Missouri Department of Conservation The pollination page.
Extractions: http://photosbylarry.oceansfree.com/ This site consists of flower close-ups and is quite interesting. The images: digital, vibrant, sharp and colorfulare like reality turned up a notch. In some regards, this looks like a garden captured under too bright a summer sun. Seeming to have captured a unique view this may be a well deserved distraction! Floriade 2002 http://www.floriade.nl/ http://www.botlinx.org/pictures/floriade/ . Page 1 includes the national exhibits near the big lake, pages 2-3 show images of the most incredible collection of carnivorous plants I have ever seen (a temporary 1 week display I was lucky enough to see), and a massive hydroponics facility and the spotter's hill complete the images. Birmingham Botanic Gardens and Glasshouses, UK
Extractions: The World's Biomes, provided by the University California Berkeley's Museum of Paleontology, is an introduction to the earth's ecological regions. Biomes are the world's ecological communities, distinguishable by their predominant vegetation and by the organisms that have adapted to that vegetation. This site provides an introduction to the environmental and ecological features typical of various aquatic, desert, forest, grassland, and tundra biomes. Users can read about the planet's ecosystems, including information on the weather conditions, as well as the geological and soil conditions, that allow different biomes to flourish. The site contains a reference page with suggestions for further reading. [CH] The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set up this site to teach kids about global warming, climate change, and climatology, as well as environmentally friendly habits that benefit the earth. The site allows students and educators to approach ecological issues from various perspectives. Global Warming (What it is) is an introduction to current climatological change. Other resources such as Climate and Weather and What is the Climate System? provide overviews of such climatological phenomena as the water cycle, greenhouse gasses, and climatological change over the world's history. Finally, socially and environmentally conscious resources such as So What's the BIG DEAL? and We CAN Make a Difference discuss how changes in our daily lives can affect our impact on the earth's climate. The site also has games, animations modeling climatological activity, and recommendations for educators interested in using the site.
Fellows List - 1983 Smithsonian Center for education and Museum Studies. Michael , SI Postdoctoral Fellow,University of michigan. of the Cymothoid Isopod genera Mothpocya Costa http://www.nmnh.si.edu/rtp/other_opps/intern/fellow83.html
Extractions: William S. Sipple has been an ecologist with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C, since 1979. From 1971-1979, he worked for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources in Annapolis in a tidal wetland program. He has lead numerous field trips in the mid-Atlantic Region and has taught various wetland delineation and plant identification courses in the private sector at Johns Hopkins University, and the Institute for Wetland and Environmental Education and Research in Laverett, MA, Environmental Concern, Inc. in St. Michaels, MD, the Northern Virginia Community College in Woodbridge, VA, and at the Graduate School, U. S. Department of Agriculture in Washington, DC. His graduate training was in regional planning at the University of Pennsylvania and plant ecology at the University of Maryland. This seminar offers a comprehensive overview of the systematics and ecology of grasses, sedges, and rushes. Field studies will focus on recognition of major groups and important species, but will also cover reasons for the diversity of species in different habitats of coastal and inland Maine. Lab studies of specimens and discussions will develop identification skills and will review the various keys that are available. Participants are encouraged to bring their own challenging or interesting specimens needing identification or verification.
Extractions: TOKYO REGIONAL OFFICE The National Science Foundation's (NSF) Tokyo Office periodically receives and disseminates reports on research developments in Japan that are related to the Foundation's mission. Many of these reports are prepared by NSF-sponsored researchers currently working in Japan. These reports provide information for use by the global science and engineering community. The following report was prepared by Dr. Burton V. Barnes , Stephen H. Spurr Professor of Forest Ecology at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dr. Barnes visited Japan from July 16 - Aug 7, 1997 as a Visiting Research Fellow (short-term) under the sponsorship of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS). Professor Kenkichi Ishigaki of Hokkaido University , Tomakomai, Japan served as host scientist for Dr. Barnes. Dr. Barnes may be reached via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org