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Amphibian and Reptile Biology and Conservation, the 2017 Joint Scientific Meeting - Scientific American (blog)


Scientific American (blog)
I really like academic herpetology meetings, and I (mostly) really like herpetologists, so it was with a skip in my step and a smile on my face that I made my way to Bournemouth, Dorset (UK) for the 2017 Amphibian and Reptile Biology and Conservation ...

Galápagos Islands focus of Round Rock photo exhibit - Austin American-Statesman


Austin American-Statesman
A marine iguana sunbathes on the rocky shores of Fernandina, the largest of the three Galápagos Islands. Local freelance photographer Henry Huey's exhibit at Papi's Pies showcases photos taken on his trip to the volcanic islands. Photo courtesy of ...

100 million dead trees in the Sierra are a massive risk for unpredictable wildfires - UC Berkeley


UC Berkeley
Most western U.S. ecosystems like the Sierra Nevada are fire dependent, meaning that for millennia, the flora and fauna depended upon periodic low- to moderate-intensity fires to maintain ecosystem integrity. Following Euro-American settlement ...

Pan American Aerobiology Certification Board (PAACB)

Monson, Massachusetts - United States

The PAACB, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded by members of the Pan American Aerobiology Association training and certification committee to address the need for verification of identification skills of analysts involved in quantifying airborne pollen and spores. Participation in PAACB activities is strictly voluntary.

The mission of the PAACB is to promote accuracy in the identification and quantification of airborne fungal spores and pollen grains by conferring certification to analysts who demonstrate a specific level of knowledge of aerobiology, and competency in microscopic identification.

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American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP)
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The ABVP accreditation procedure relies upon high quality, practice-related experience, rather than institution-based, multi-year training programs.

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Ball State University Biotechnology Certification Program
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Swiss Society of Aerobiology
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Aerobiology is the science of airborne biological organisms, their origin, transport, deposition and impact on human beings, animals or plants. The society holds meetings, provides networking opportunities and a forum.