September 2010 Archives

The Mind of the Chimpanzee

Removing Mountains

Bird Migration and Global Change

Neurobiology of Grooming Behavior

Check out the latest issue of American Bee Journal at the EFW Library to read Part 2 about the career of Professor Marla Spivak!

Oct. 2010, Vol.150:No.10, page 949: Marla Spivak - Getting Bees Back on Their Own Six Feet.

Part 1 was published in Sept. 2010, Vol.150:No.9. See blog archives.

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Professor Marla Spivak's Work with Bees

View the attached link and watch a video on the work that University Professor Marla Spivak has done with bees.

http://www.macfound.org/site/c.lkLXJ8MQKrH/b.6241281/k.8273/Marla_Spivak.htm

New E-Resources

New E-Resources:

Entomological Society of America Archives (selected backfiles): http://www.entsoc.org/Pubs/Overview/index.htm#Periodicals
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Entomological Society of Canada Archives (selected backfiles): http://www.esc-sec.ca/
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On the Wings of Cranes; Larry Walkinshaw's Life Story

Birds of Hispaniola, Dominican Republic and Haiti

Conifer reproductive biology. / Williams, Claire G.

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Spider Silk - Leslie Brunetta and Catherine L. Craig

On Sparrows and Man / J. Denis Summers-Smith

Raptors of New Mexico - Cartron

The Honey Spinner - Grace Pundyk

Marla Spivak, U of M professor, in American Bee Journal

Check out the latest issue of American Bee Journal at the EFW Library to read about the career of Professor Marla Spivak!

Sept. 2010, Vol.150:No.9, page 857: Marla Spivak - Getting Bees Back on Their Own Six Feet.

This is part 1 of 2, so keep your eyes open for the follow-up article!

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