Save the date for our next Joint Annual Meeting, hosted by the Entomological Society of Alberta on October 18-21, 2020 at the Carriage House Inn in Calgary. More details coming soon. Any questions can be directed to General Chair Haley Catton at haley.catton at Canada.ca
The Pest Management Centre compiles the Pest Management Research Report (PMRR) for the Canadian Phytopathological Society (CPS), in conjunction with the Entomological Society of Canada. The PMRR facilitates the exchange of information on Integrated Pest Management (IPM) among persons involved in research and advisory services on IPM of insect pests and plant diseases of importance to the agri-food industry in Canada.
The PMRR is published annually as a compilation of research reports by federal and provincial government, university and industry research and advisory personnel. These reports aid the development of recommendations for insect and disease management programs throughout Canada. They report on all aspects of pest management, including cultivar and management responses, and are available to support the registration of pest control products. The PMRR is published only in electronic format. The 1995-2018 editions of the PMRR are available on the CPS website for viewing and download at http://phytopath.ca/publication/pmrr/.
Please find the invitation to submit research reports for the 2019 edition of the PMRR. Also encourage any of your colleagues who conduct research into IPM to submit research reports.
http://esc-sec.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ESC_logo-300x352.png00Jordan Bannermanhttp://esc-sec.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ESC_logo-300x352.pngJordan Bannerman2019-09-04 16:54:432019-09-04 16:55:472019 Pest Management Research Report – call for submissions
Abstract submission deadline for this workshop in Quebec City (8 to 11 July) is now extended to 1 April, 2019.
Population dynamics of forest insects
Integrated management of forest defoliating insects
Session topics will include Ecology and dynamics of forest insects, Climate change impacts, Interactions between disturbance agents, Invasive species, Integrated management strategies and Forest health. If you are interested in participating, please download the Abstract Submission Form at: https://www.iufroqc2019.com/abstracts. Early-bird registration is until 15 April
We look forward to seeing you in Quebec City.
Jean-Noel Candau, Deepa Pureswaran, Andrea Battisti and Manuela Branco, Working group co-ordinators
Eagle Hill is on the coast of eastern Maine between Acadia National Park and Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge.
Jun 9 – 15 … Chironomids: Classification, Morphology, Identification, and Lifecycles … Armin Namayandeh
Jun 23 – 29 … Insect and Spider Biology “Through the Lens” … Kefyn Catley
Jul 14 – 20 … Trichoptera of the Northeast … John Morse and Paul Frandsen
Jul 21 – 27 … Dragonflies and Damselflies: Field Techniques, Identification, and Natural History … Michael Blust
Jul 28 – Aug 3 … Leaf and Stem Mining Insects … Charley Eiseman
Aug 4 – 10 … Microlepidoptera: Collection, Preparation, Dissection, Identification, and Natural History … Jason Dombroskie and Kyhl Austin
Aug 11 – 17 … EPT Taxa: Ephemeroptera, Plecoptera, and Trichoptera … Optional SFS EPT certification exam … Steven Burian
http://esc-sec.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ESC_logo-300x352.png00Jordan Bannermanhttp://esc-sec.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ESC_logo-300x352.pngJordan Bannerman2019-02-15 21:34:552019-02-15 21:38:20Eagle Hill Institute's seminars on Entomology in 2019