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Forest Entomology in Canada

Canada has a long and proud history in forest science, especially forest entomology. For over a hundred years, Canadians have been conducting research on forest insects to understand their ecology, measure their ecological and economic impacts, and find ways to prevent damage and implement control, among other areas of endeavour. In many cases this research has been influential globally. This collection of 14 papers involving 38 Canadian scientists is a centennial celebration of this history. Each paper reviews, and in some cases synthesizes, a major area of forest entomology science, including identification of major gaps and opportunities to help provide direction to future endeavours in these areas. David W. Langor, René I. Alfaro

Preface

Supplemental Issue: Forest Entomology

Back Cover (OBC, IBC) and matter

Front Cover (OFC, IFC) and matter