Zootaxa

A rapid international journal for animal taxonomists

John C. Morse

Biography

Given names: 
John
Institution: 
Clemson University
Surname: 
Morse
Country: 
United States

Dr. John Morse is an Emeritus Professor of Entomology at Clemson University. He has taught graduate-level courses related to systematics, aquatic insects, and taxonomy of immature insects at Clemson, at Highlands Biological Station in North Carolina, and in several countries in East Asia for more than 33 years. His research specialty is the identification, biology, and historical development of caddisflies, which he has studied in many streams of the world since 1967. Dr. Morse and his students also investigate the identification, biology, and distribution of other aquatic insects, of stream ecology and conservation, and of the use of insect communities to monitor water pollution.

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Thu, 2008-01-31 12:13 -- jmorse
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