Visiting Students & Scientists

We enjoy frequent visits by international students and scholars, some of whom have the opportunity to stay for extended periods. These colleagues have brought new insights and methods, as well as their conviviality.

Visiting International Students
Josep Riba, Barcelona, Spain 1992 Host selection by bark beetles
Miri Halevy, Israel 1994-1995 Behavior of parasitic wasps
Paal Krokene, Os, Norway 1995 Bark beetle-fungal symbioses
Aurelien Salle, INRA Centre de Rech. d’Orléans France 2004-2005 Density effects on behavior
Arnaud Costa, France 2005 Predator and prey dispersal
Mario Contarini, Italy 2009 Allee effects in gypsy moth
Mario Contarini studying mating success of low-density gypsy moth populations in the Apostle Islands
Arnaud Costa painting beetles for mark-recapture in field
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Aurelien Salle and Ken Raffa discussing host selection by bark beetles
Visiting Scientists
A. Camacho, Univ. Mexico City 1997-1998 Chemical ecology of beetles
M. Wagner, Northern Arizona University 1996 Sabbatical-Writing
J. Hayes, USDA FS, Pineville, LA 1996-1997 Genetics of bark beetles
M. Michelozzi, Florence , Italy 1996-1997 Terpene chemistry
L. Kirkendall, Bergen , Norway 1993-1994 Beetle mating behavior
K. Hobson, Christchurch , New Zealand 1998 Predator kairomones
Paal Krokene, Os, Norway
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Marco Wagner, Northern Arizona University
Some Guest Lecturers in My Classes
Bill Mattson, USDA Forest Service Brian Farrell, Harvard Univ.
Dan Herms, Ohio State University Erkki Haukioja , Finland
Louis Bernier, Laval Univer. Bob Haack, USDA F Service
Mike Wagner, Northern Arizona University
Bill Mattson, USDA Forest Service, and Dan Herms, Ohio State University