The minutes from the 11th annual meeting have been posted.
This book was released in January 2018. An open access ebook version is available.
The agenda is now available for the upcoming Februrary 2-3 meeting.
This was an informal talk at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Slides are posted at the URI below.
Presentations from the 17th annual Alaska Invasive Species Workshop have been posted at the URI below.
Direct links to arthropod-related presentations:
Electrofishing and kick seining efforts for invasive signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) on Kodiak Island, Alaska – Kelly Krueger, Sun’aq Tribe of Kodiak. Project video
Leafminers in Alaskan birch – Stephen Burr, USDA, Forest Service, Forest Health Protection
Asian gypsy moth detection and response in the Pacific Northwest, 2015 and 2016 – Clinton Campbell, USDA Animal Plant Health Inspection Service, and Timothy B. St. Germain, Plant Protection and Quarantine
Ticks parasitizing dogs, cats, humans and wild vertebrates in Alaska: invasion potential – Kimberlee Beckmen, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation.
The article appeared in December 2017.
The eleventh annual meeting will be held in Anchorage on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 in the new Anchorage Cooperative Extension office, in the Chugachmiut Tribal Consortium Building (1840 Bragaw Street).
Please email Kathryn Daly (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a presentation title, author, job affiliation, and approximate length of the presentation (suggested length of either 15 or 25 min + 5 min for questions), and/or agenda items for the business meeting. This will be used to build the agenda. Our meeting minutes are posted from last year here.
We will also have a Friday night social event (2 February, 2018) but our meeting place is yet to be determined – please RSVP if you plan to attend the meeting so we can gain an estimate of attendance and determine whether we need to reserve a location.
The article, based on work near Toolik Lake, Alaska, appeared today in the journal Oikos.
The article appeared November 1st in the Canadian Journal of Arthropod Identification.