The latest issue of our newsletter, Boreus, is now available! >> Boreus 32(2) Check out past issues at http://entsocbc.ca/publications/boreus-newsletter/
As we continue to get more of our PDF journal archives online, I’ve started to import our papers into a public Mendeley group. It’s free to join, and I welcome additions/corrections to this index of the JESBC’s papers.
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The latest issue of our newsletter, Boreus, is out now! Highlights include: ESBC business and executive reports; Announcements, photographs, and calendar of upcoming events; “Sweep of the Net” featuring entomology-related links online; Upcoming conferences and meetings. Check it out: Boreus 32(1) June 2012. The deadlines
We are pleased to announce our new site for the Journal of the Entomological Society of BC (journal.entsocbc.ca)! The new site features: a new online journal submission system for the JESBC; digitization of past issues of the JESBC (abstracts and
Scanning and digitization of our entire collection of the Journal of the Entomological Society of BC is now complete! All 108 volumes, plus occasional papers, supplementary reports, and the Quarterly Bulletins will be made available (open access) in the coming months. We
You know that, as a graduate student, you probably spend more time browsing around literature cited sections of articles than eating or sleeping (both of which are overrated anyhow). Put some of that time to good use by publishing your literature-related insights in
The Journal of the Entomological Society of BC is currently processing submissions for its 2012 issue (Volume 109). If you have research results of regional interest that are sitting on your desk, we would love to hear about them! Remember
The ESBC executive committee has been working hard to improve the Society’s impact by enhancing our online presence to reach more people in BC, as well as the rest of Canada and the world. We are pleased to announce some
We are pleased to announce Volume 108 (Dec 2011) of the Journal of the Entomological Society of BC is now available. Seasonal patterns of capture of Helicoverpa zea (Boddie) and Heliothis phloxiphaga (Grote and Robinson) (Lepidoptera:Noctuidae) in pheromone traps in Washington State.