Fauchald, Kristian. 2002. "Taxonomic impediment in the study of marine invertebrates." 637–642. Sofia: Pensoft Publishers. The New Panorama of Animal Evolution. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Zoology.
This record unit consists of files documenting the operation of the Smithsonian Office of Ecology (SOE), 1965-1970, and its successor, the Ecology Program of the Office
of Environmental Sciences (OES), 1970-1973. The records were created primarily by administrators Buechner, 1965-1968; Wallen, 1969; and Jenkins, 1970-1973. They include organizational
files, 1965-1973; administrative records, 1965-1973, including material concerning the development of the Chesapeake Bay Center for Field Biology (after 1970, the Chesapeake
Bay Center for Environmental Studies) and the Smithsonian-Peace Corps Environmental Program; project files, 1965-1973, including records documenting projects conducted as
part of the International Program in Ecology; and files of Lee Merriam Talbot, 1965-1971.
The history of the Ecology Program of the Office of Environmental Sciences can be traced to July 1, 1965, when the Smithsonian Office of Ecology (SOE) was created to
assist in expanding the research opportunities of Smithsonian scientists and to aid in the coordination of ecological activities with other government agencies. From its creation
until 1966, the SOE was an administrative unit of the National Museum of Natural History. In 1966, administrative responsibility for the SOE was transferred to the Assistant
Secretary for Science. The Smithsonian's environmental sciences programs were reorganized under the Office of Environmental Sciences (OES) in 1970. At that time, the SOE became
the Ecology Program of the newly created OES. In 1973, OES was merged with the Office of International Activities to form the Office of International and Environmental Programs
(OIEP). The Ecology Program came under the administrative control of OIEP. The Ecology Program was abolished in 1974.
Administrators of the Ecology Program of OES and its predecessor the SOE included Helmut K. Buechner, assistant director for ecology, 1965-1966, head, 1966-1968 (he also
served as senior scientist, 1968-1971); Irvin Eugene Wallen, acting head, 1969; and Dale W. Jenkins, director, 1970-1973. Other staff included Lee Merriam Talbot, research
biologist, 1965-1966, field representative, Ecology and Conservation, 1966-1967, deputy head and international field representative, 1968, resident ecologist, 1969-1971, and
deputy director, 1972-1973; and Francis Raymond Fosberg, special assistant for tropical biology, 1965-1966.
Programs and bureaus under the administration of the Ecology Program of OES and its predecessor the SOE included the Chesapeake Bay Center for Field Biology (after 1970
the Chesapeake Bay Center for Environmental Studies), 1965-1969; the Center for Natural Areas, 1972-1974; and the Peace Corps Environmental Program, 1972-1974.
Fortunato, Helena M. 2003. "Evolutionary Paleontology and Informatics: the Neogene Marine Biota of Tropical America (NMITA) Database." In Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Zoology. Legakis, A., Stenthourakis, S., Polymeni, R., and Thessalou-Legaki, M., editors. 591–601. Pensoft Publishers.
Lessios, Harilaos A., Kessing, Bailey D., and Robertson, D. Ross. 2000. "Barriers to Gene Flow of Shallow Water Tropical Animals As Detected by Mitochondrial DNA." In XVIIIth International Congress of Zoology Book of Abstracts. 106.
Congrès internationaux d'anthropologie et d'archéologie préhistorique et de zoologie à Mouscou le 10/22-18/30 août, 1892 : matériaux réunis par le Comité d'organisation des congrès concernant les expositions, les excursions et les rapports sur des questions touchant les congrès
International Congress of Anthropology and Prehistoric Archaeology (11th : 1892 : Moscow, Russia) Search this
International Congress of Zoology (2nd : 1892 : Moscow, Russia) Search this
Code international de nomenclature zoologique / adopté par la XVe Congrès international de zoologie = International code of zoological nomenclature / adopted by the XV International Congress of Zoology ; editorial committee, N.R. Stoll ... [et al.]
International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature Search this
Sabrosky, Curtis W. (Curtis Williams), 1910- Search this
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This accession consists of records documenting Sabrosky's work as a representative of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. Included are files relating
to the development of the First International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, 1961; the Colloquium on Zoological Nomenclature, International Congress of Zoology, Copenhagen,
1953; and the Colloquium on Zoological Nomenclature, International Congress of Zoology, London, 1958.
Curtis Williams Sabrosky (1910-1997) was an entomologist who specialized in Diptera, especially Chloropidae. Sabrosky worked at the Systematic Entomology Laboratory
of United States Department of Agriculture and at the National Museum of Natural History, Department of Entomology.