systematics course

Steve A. Marshall SMARSHALL at EVBHORT.UOGUELPH.CA
Tue Mar 29 14:21:25 CST 1994


Many thanks for the course outline and the reprint. My
teaching of systematics theory has been split between a few lectures
in my insect
systematics lectures (I joined the faculty in 1982, as a "raving
cladist", and so had to build some theory into an otherwise
identification-oriented course) and a colloquium  on insect
systematics for graduate students. I have been making noises about
starting a separate systematics course for some years - your outline
will be most useful,

I agree with much of your paper on quality control of biological
surveys, and could add some "horror" stories that reinforce some of
your points.

SteveSteve Marshall
Department of Environmental Biology
University of Guelph
Guelph, Ontario, Canada N1G 2W1
519 - 824-4120 X2720, FAX 837 0442
smarshall at evbhort.uoguelph.ca




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