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  • Science Experts | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications About Us Support the Museum Products and Services Careers and Volunteering Museum News The Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications Science Associates Related Items Nature Inspiration Awards Our Research and Collections Facility Science Associates The museum supports the research activities of many independent scientists who have intensive working relationships with our staff and collections Home Research Collections Science Experts View copyright information Roger Bull Canadian Museum of Nature Close Science Experts Our scientific experts have the skills to conduct collection based research in zoology animals palaeobiology fossils mineralogy minerals botany plants Find an Expert By Name By Category A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Paula C Piilonen Ph D Research Scientist Mineralogy Specialty Mineralogy petrology geochemistry materials science Profile Glenn Poirier M Sc Senior Research Assistant Mineralogy and Electron Microprobe Laboratory Manager Specialty Microanalysis and electron microscopy of minerals Profile Michel Poulin Ph D Research Scientist and Section Head Botany Specialty Phycology Profile A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z In the Field In Our Blog Our scientists work in extraordinary places Find out where they are doing their fieldwork and what they are discovering in our blog Expedition Arctic Web Site Museum experts share their knowledge of Arctic biodiversity plants animals and even fossils Produced with the Virtual Museum of Canada Connect with Us Facebook Twitter WordPress YouTube RSS Email Canadian Museum of Nature Exploring our natural future Hours Admission Directions Our Exhibitions What s On Membership Group Visits

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/research-collections/science-experts?id=p (2016-02-07)
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  • Science Experts | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications About Us Support the Museum Products and Services Careers and Volunteering Museum News The Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications Science Associates Related Items Nature Inspiration Awards Our Research and Collections Facility Science Associates The museum supports the research activities of many independent scientists who have intensive working relationships with our staff and collections Home Research Collections Science Experts View copyright information Roger Bull Canadian Museum of Nature Close Science Experts Our scientific experts have the skills to conduct collection based research in zoology animals palaeobiology fossils mineralogy minerals botany plants Find an Expert By Name By Category A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Ralph Rowe B Sc Senior Research Assistant Mineralogy Specialty Identification of micro minerals Profile Virginie Roy Ph D W Garfield Weston Postdoctoral Fellow in Arctic Research Specialty Diversity ecology marine benthic invertebrates Profile Scott J Rufolo Ph D Research Assistant Palaeobiology Specialty Palaeobiology archaeology zooarchaeology Profile Natalia Rybczynski Ph D Research Scientist Palaeobiology Specialty Evolution of mammals Profile A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z In the Field In Our Blog Our scientists work in extraordinary places Find out where they are doing their fieldwork and what they are discovering in our blog Expedition Arctic Web Site Museum experts share their knowledge of Arctic biodiversity plants animals and even fossils Produced with the Virtual Museum of Canada Connect with Us Facebook Twitter WordPress YouTube RSS Email Canadian Museum of Nature Exploring our natural future Hours Admission Directions Our Exhibitions What

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/research-collections/science-experts?id=r (2016-02-07)
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  • Science Experts | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications About Us Support the Museum Products and Services Careers and Volunteering Museum News The Museum Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications Science Associates Related Items Nature Inspiration Awards Our Research and Collections Facility Science Associates The museum supports the research activities of many independent scientists who have intensive working relationships with our staff and collections Home Research Collections Science Experts View copyright information Roger Bull Canadian Museum of Nature Close Science Experts Our scientific experts have the skills to conduct collection based research in zoology animals palaeobiology fossils mineralogy minerals botany plants Find an Expert By Name By Category A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Jeffery M Saarela Ph D Research Scientist Botany Specialty Vascular plant systematics taxonomy and phylogenetics Profile Kieran Shepherd M A Curator Palaeobiology Profile Paul Sokoloff M Sc Senior Research Assistant Botany Specialty Vascular plant systematics and floristics Profile Kathlyn M Stewart Ph D Research Scientist and Section Head Palaeobiology Specialty Zooarchaeology Profile A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z In the Field In Our Blog Our scientists work in extraordinary places Find out where they are doing their fieldwork and what they are discovering in our blog Expedition Arctic Web Site Museum experts share their knowledge of Arctic biodiversity plants animals and even fossils Produced with the Virtual Museum of Canada Connect with Us Facebook Twitter WordPress YouTube RSS Email Canadian Museum of Nature Exploring our natural future Hours Admission Directions Our Exhibitions What s On Membership

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/research-collections/science-experts?id=s (2016-02-07)
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  • Science Experts | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications Science Associates Related Items Nature Inspiration Awards Our Research and Collections Facility Science Associates The museum supports the research activities of many independent scientists who have intensive working relationships with our staff and collections Home Research Collections Science Experts View copyright information Roger Bull Canadian Museum of Nature Close Science Experts Our scientific experts have the skills to conduct collection based research in zoology animals palaeobiology fossils mineralogy minerals botany plants Find an Expert By Name By Category A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Xiao chun Wu Ph D Research Scientist Palaeobiology Specialty Fossil reptiles Profile A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z In the Field In Our Blog Our scientists work in extraordinary places Find out where they are doing their fieldwork and what they are discovering in our blog Expedition Arctic Web Site Museum experts share their knowledge of Arctic biodiversity plants animals and even fossils Produced with the

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/research-collections/science-experts?id=w (2016-02-07)
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  • Noel Alfonso—Professional Profile | Canadian Museum of Nature
    initiated and advised the museum on its various environmental goals and program Currently he runs the museum s Environmental Monitoring Program which involves the conservation of a 76 hectare tract of mixed deciduous and coniferous forest at the museum s research and collection facility Professional Services Identification of fish species GIS and multivariate statistics Publications Coad B W and Alfonso N 2005 The Hornyhead Chub Nocomis biguttatus a Fish New to the National Capital Region Actinopterygii Cyprinidae Trail and Landscape 39 68 72 Alfonso N R 2004 Evidence for Two Morphotypes of Lake Charr Salvelinus namaycush from Great Bear Lake Northwest Territories Canada Environmental Biology of Fishes 71 21 32 Renaud C B Alfonso N Comba M E and Kaiser K L E 2004 A Comparison of Organochlorine Contaminant Levels on a Lipid Basis in Sea Lamprey Larvae from Mad River Lake Huron Basin and Michipicoten River Lake Superior Basin 1960 1976 Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 39 7 82 Alfonso N 2002 Review of Introduction to Biometry Pierre Jolicoeur Biodiversity 3 44 45 Alfonso N and Coad B W 2002 Donald Evan McAllister 23 August 1934 17 June 2001 Poster presented at 2002 Annual Meeting Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research 3 5 January Empire Landmark Hotel Vancouver British Columbia Campbell M and Alfonso N eds 2001 Sea Wind 15 1 2 64 pp Coad B W Reist J D Renaud C B McAllister D E Møller P R Alfonso N and Berkes F 2001 A Field Guide to the Arctic Marine Fishes of Canada Poster presented at Arctic Ocean Sciences Board Twentieth Meeting AOSB XX 23 24 April 2001 Iqaluit Alfonso N 2001 Revision of the Family Samaridae Pleuronectiformes Actinopterygii Unpubl M Sc Thesis University of Ottawa Ottawa Canada 178 pp Alfonso N and McAllister D E 2000

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/research-collections/science-experts/noel-alfonso (2016-02-07)
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  • Robert S. Anderson—Professional Profile | Canadian Museum of Nature
    168 180 Anderson R S 2008 The Identity of Chaleponotus elusus Casey 1892 Curculionidae Molytinae Conotrachelini The Coleopterists Bulletin 62 42 44 Anderson R S and Majka C G 2008 Ceutorhynchus oregonensis Dietz in Eastern Canada Curculionidae Ceutorhynchinae The Coleopterists Bulletin 62 26 Santiago Blay J A Ratcliffe B C Krell F T and Anderson R S 2008 Allotypes should be from the Type Series A Position Paper for Reinstating Recommendation 72A from the Third Edition of the Code that Defines the Term Allotype Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 65 4 260 264 Oberprieler R G Marvaldi A E and Anderson R S 2007 Weevils Weevils Weevils Everywhere Zootaxa 1668 491 520 In Zhang Z Q and Shear W A eds 2007 Linnaeus Tercentenary Progress in Invertebrate Taxonomy Zootaxa 1668 1 766 Majka C G and Anderson R S 2007 The genus Tropiphorus Coleoptera Curculionidae in North America The Coleopterists Bulletin 61 487 489 Majka C G Anderson R S and Georgeson E 2007 Introduced Apionidae and Brentidae Coleoptera Curculionoidea in the Maritime Provinces of Canada Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 109 66 74 Majka C G Anderson R S and McCorquodale D B 2007 The Weevils of the Maritime Provinces of Canada II New Records from Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and Regional Zoogeography Coleoptera Curculionoidea The Canadian Entomologist 139 397 442 Majka C G Anderson R S McAlpine D F and Webster R 2007 The Weevils of the Maritime Provinces of Canada I New Records from New Brunswick Coleoptera Curculionoidea The Canadian Entomologist 139 378 396 Anderson R S O Brien C W Salsbury G A and Krauth S J 2007 Orchestes alni L Newly Discovered in North America Coleoptera Curculionidae Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 80 78 79 Zeran R M Anderson R S and Wheeler T A 2007 Biodiversity of Fungivorous Beetles Coleoptera in Managed and Old Growth Hemlock hardwood Forests in Southeastern Ontario The Canadian Entomologist 139 118 130 Marvaldi A E Lyal C H C Oberprieler R G Bradbury T and Anderson R S 2006 Phylogeny of the Oxycoryninae s l Coleoptera Belidae and Evolution of Host Plant Associations Invertebrate Taxonomy 20 447 476 Anderson R S and Peck S B 2006 Curculionidae Platypodinae and Scolytinae The Weevils pp 254 280 In Peck S B The Beetles of the Galapagos Islands Ecuador Evolution Ecology and Diversity Insecta Coleoptera NRC Research Press Ottawa Ontario Canada 314 pp Zeran R M Anderson R S and Wheeler T A 2006 Sap Beetles Coleoptera Nitidulidae in Managed and Old Growth Forests in South Eastern Ontario Canada The Canadian Entomologist 138 123 137 McCorquodale D B Musgrave B L Atkins S Majka C and Anderson R S 2005 New Records of Native and Introduced Weevils Coleoptera Curculionidae for Nova Scotia from Cape Breton Island The Coleopterists Bulletin 59 27 34 Anderson R S 2005 New Oxycoryninae from Central and South America Phylogenetic and Biogeographical Implications Coleoptera Belidae Systematic Entomology 30 644 652 Sandoval S Merickel F W Anderson R S Cook S P and Osborne H L 2004 First Records of Cossonus americanus Buchanan and Rhyncolus dilatatus Casy Coleoptera Curculionidae in Idaho Pan Pacific Entomologist 80 60 61 Carlton C E and Anderson R S 2004 Occurrence of the Introduced Weevil Myosides seriehispidus Roelofs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Coleoptera Curculionidae The Coleopterists Bulletin 58 343 Viquez C and Anderson R S 2004 A Second Species of the Genus Cholomus Roelofs Curculionidae from Central America The Coleopterists Bulletin 58 369 371 Anderson R S and Korotyaev B A 2004 Some Palearctic weevils in the subfamily Ceutorhynchinae Coleoptera Curculionidae recently discovered in North America The Canadian Entomologist 136 233 239 Anderson R S 2003 Neotropical Dryophthoridae Redescription of the genus Melchus Lacordaire with Description of Daisya Anderson New Genus and Seven New Species Coleoptera Curculionoidea The Coleopterists Bulletin 57 413 431 Anderson R S 2003 Pseudotychius watsoni Blatchley Curculionoidea Nanophyidae New to Canada The Coleopterists Bulletin 57 110 112 Anderson R S 2002 The Dryophthoridae of Costa Rica and Panama Checklist with new synonymy and descriptions of new species of Cactophagus Mesocordylus Metamasius and Rhodobaenus Coleoptera Curculionoidea Zootaxa 80 1 94 Anderson R S 2002 Chapter 125 Nemonychidae pp 692 694 In Arnett R H Jr Thomas M C and Skelley P eds American Beetles Volume 2 CRC Press Anderson R S 2002 Chapter 127 Belidae pp 701 702 In Arnett R H Jr Thomas M C and Skelley P eds American Beetles Volume 2 CRC Press Anderson R S 2002 Chapter 130 Ithyceridae pp 720 721 In Arnett R H Jr Thomas M C and Skelley P eds American Beetles Volume 2 CRC Press Anderson R S 2002 Chapter 131 Curculionidae pp 722 815 In Arnett R H Jr Thomas M C and Skelley P eds American Beetles Volume 2 CRC Press Anderson R S and Kissinger D G 2002 Chapter 129 Brentidae pp 711 719 In Arnett R H Jr Thomas M C and Skelley P eds American Beetles Volume 2 CRC Press Anderson R S and Lanteri A A 2000 New Genera and Species of Weevils from the Galapagos Islands Ecuador and Cocos Island Costa Rica Coleoptera Curculionidae American Museum Novitates 3299 1 15 Anderson R S and Ashe J S 2000 Leaf Litter Inhabiting Beetles as Surrogates for Establishing Priorities for Conservation in Selected Tropical Montane Cloud Forests in Honduras Central America Coleoptera Staphylinidae Curculionidae Biodiversity and Conservation 9 5 617 653 Anderson R S 1999 Flowers and Insect Evolution Technical Comments Science 283 143 doi 10 1126 science 283 5399 143a Anderson R S 1999 New Species of Sicoderus Vanin from the Virgin Islands Coleoptera Curculionidae Curculioninae Otidocephalini Tjdschrift voor Entomologie 141 129 135 Anderson R S 1999 A New Species of Lignyodes Dejean Subgenus Chionanthobius Pierce from Costa Rica Curculionidae The Coleopterists Bulletin 53 183 185 Anderson R S 1998 Nomenclatural Changes in New World Curculionidae Curculioninae Cryptorhynchini Molytini Cossoninae The Coleopterists Bulletin 52 285 290 Liebherr J K and

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  • Shannon Asencio—Professional Profile | Canadian Museum of Nature
    cataloguing imaging and georeferencing Digitization workflows and efficiency Education Ethnobotany in China field course Eastern Illinois University 2009 M Sc Department of Biology Botany University of Saskatchewan 2005 B Sc High Honours Departments of Biology and Land Use Environmental Studies University of Saskatchewan 2002 Profile As Head Collections Services and Information Management Shannon s tasks are varied and she supervises a team with a phenomenal range of skills and talents A major component of her role at the museum is working with curators to maximize digitization efficiency and develop workflows This includes assessing and improving the museum s collections management system establishing best practices for digitization and providing support for the amazing employees who bring our collections into the digital age As the museum s Registrar Shannon is also responsible for managing the museum s records relating to the acquisition and loaning of our specimens Shannon first came to work at the Canadian Museum of Nature in early 2014 after spending nearly nine years at The New York Botanical Garden as a Herbarium Project Manager She is a Canadian science expert returning to Canada at an exciting time for initiatives to digitize natural history collections Links Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections www spnhc org Canadensys www canadensys net iDigBio www idigbio org Publications Papers Abstracts in Conference Proceedings Books D S Asencio The Projeto Flora Amazônica Field Books An Excellent Resource for Improving Data Input Efficiency iDigBio Specimen Digitization Tools and Practices Workshop Columbus Ohio USA 2012 D S Asencio and S D Gottschalk Maximizing Data Generation Workflow Two Case Studies from The New York Botanical Garden Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections 27th Annual Meeting Yale University New Haven Connecticut USA 2012 W W Thomas B M Thiers and D S Asencio Collaborative Digitization

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/research-collections/science-experts/shannon-asencio (2016-02-07)
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  • Acid-Free Storage Boxes | Canadian Museum of Nature
    Corporation History and Buildings Skip Navigation Collections Research Projects Science Experts Scientific Services Leadership Scientific Publications Acid Free Storage Boxes Microanalysis Laboratory Managing Risks Workshop Canadian Zooarchaeology Home Research Collections Scientific Services Acid Free Storage Boxes Acid Free Storage Boxes Magnify image View copyright information Jean Marc Gagnon Canadian Museum of Nature Close These specimen and artifact boxes and trays of archival quality are safe practical and economical for museum applications and more The Canadian Museum of Nature worked with Plastiques Cascades to design and produce these clear lidded PET object boxes Characteristics Transparent 100 virgin polyethylene terephthalate PET no PVC antistatic chemically stable neutral pH Fully modular within series designed to fit in specimen drawers with minimal loss of space Bases are patterned to limit movement of contents Boxes with hinged lid flat or domed simple closure opening to full 180 Available in 8 sizes Product Number Width Length Height Units Quantity per Case 202 1 75 2 25 2 in 1075 45 57 51 mm 203 2 25 3 5 2 75 in 1400 57 89 70 mm 204 3 5 4 5 4 in 500 89 115 102 mm 204a 3 5 4 5 2 3 in 250 89 115 58 mm 205 4 5 7 4 in 250 115 178 102 mm 206 4 5 7 2 in 250 115 178 51 mm 207 7 9 4 in 250 178 229 102 mm 208 7 9 2 in 125 178 229 51 mm Contact Us To order or request information Jean Marc Gagnon jmgagnon mus nature ca 613 364 4066 U S clients Sizes 202 203 204a 206 and 208 are available to U S purchasers from Gaylord Bros 1 800 448 6160 or through their web site For the other sizes contact us Connect with

    Original URL path: http://nature.ca/en/research-collections/scientific-services/acid-free-storage-boxes (2016-02-07)
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