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Harry E. Burke and John M. Miller: Pioneers in Western Forest Entomology
Boyd E. Wickman (au)
This history was compiled from the memoirs, diaries, & other personal documents of the two forest entomologists in charge of the first forest insect labs on the west coast. It traces their lives from 1902 to 1952 as they pursued their careers in the USDA Bureau of Entomology, Div. of Forest Insect Investigations. Cooperative bark beetle control projects with the USDA Forest Service, Park Service, & private timber owners guided much of their early activities. Later, when the labs were located on university campuses, cooperative research was undertaken with Forest Service Research Stations. The focus shifted to more basic research &, particularly, studies on the silvicultural management of bark beetle populations. Black & white photos.
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