Presentation on theme: "Botany 2001 plants and people Albuquerque New Mexico USA August 12-16, 2001."— Presentation transcript:
Botany 2001 plants and people Albuquerque New Mexico USA August 12-16, 2001
The Annual Meeting of American Bryological and Lichenological Society American Fern Society American Society of Plant Taxonomists Botanical Society of America International Organization of Plant Biosystematists
We hope you learned something…. …and shared something…
…enjoyed the field trips…. …the mixers, the banquets and Beautiful Albuquerque
…met with Friends and colleagues— …..new and old.
Dr. Gary Nabhan, of the Center for Sustainable Environments, at Northern Arizona University, was the Plenary Speaker— presenting thought-provoking ideas about bridging Western and indigenous science….
There were almost 500 contributed papers. 88 Major Symposia 155 Posters including over 30 recent topics Five formal and lively discussion sessions as well as many informal ones!!
….Resulting in a number of Awards Congratulations to all for all your efforts……..
We wish to thank Our Exhibitors—major sponsors of scientific interests…… Among the Exhibitors this year: American Association of University Presses Cambridge University Press Timber Press American Fern Society Flora North America EmCal Scientific KE Software
Also….. Missouri Botanical Garden Press McGraw Hill Higher Education The New York Botanical Garden Press Museum of New Mexico Press University of New Mexico Press The Society for the Preservation of Natural History Collections
Be sure to join us next year for…. Botany 2002 Botany in the Curriculum Integrating Research and Teaching August 2-8 2002 August 2-8 2002 The Pyle Center The Pyle Center University of Wisconsin University of Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin Madison Wisconsin American Fern Society (AFS) American Society of Plant Taxonomists (ASPT) Botanical Society of America (BSA) Canadian Botanical Association L'Association de Botanique du Canada (CBA/ABC) Phycological Society of America (PSA) Check www.botany.org for updateswww.botany.org