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SCAMIT History

Courtesy of Ann Dalkey (January 2003): SCAMIT’s Twenty Year Anniversary.

Publication Grants

Planning a taxonomic publication? SCAMIT can help! SCAMIT has a Taxonomic Publication Grants program that can help defray material costs of publication. Please feel free to apply!

Upcoming SCAMIT Meetings

July 2017
No meeting scheduled

Field work.

Monday 14 August 2017 9:30–4:00
Eusiroidea/Eusiridae at Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County

Lead: Don Cadien

Monday 11 September 2017 9:30–4:00
Terebellidae sensu lato at Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Lead: Leslie Harris

Monday 16 October 2017 9:30–4:00
Specimen photography at Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Lead: Leslie Harris & Dean Pentcheff

Questions? Contact: Leslie Harris at lharris@nhm.org or Kelvin Barwick at kbarwick@ocsd.com.

Upcoming Meetings of Interest

July 16 – 21, 2017
13th International Conference on Copepoda at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium, Los Angeles, California

Every three years since 1981 the World Association of Copepodologists (WAC) holds an international conference called the International Conference on Copepoda or the ICOC. These have become the most important global gatherings for all researchers and students of copepods. Each conference gives participants the chance to meet fellow researchers, talk with students and experts, borrow material and plan collaborations. Each meeting is unique, teeming with the individuality and culture of the host nation.
The next ICOC will be in 2017 in Los Angeles, CA, USA at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium and DoubleTree Hotel in San Pedro. We are expecting 250 attendees from all over the world.
More information is available at the conference website

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