Activity on the BSA image site reflects the academic year The total number of

Activity on the bsa image site reflects the academic

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Activity on the BSA image site reflects the academic year. The total number of pageviews for this site, based on 2400 images from the BSA Teaching Section’s collection, was 24,543 for the last year ending July 25, 2000. The following chart shows the usage in pageviews per week. Most of the usage is from North America. Detailed webstats are available from - bin/viewstat?name=botanyimages and from . American Journal of Botany Online has now been in operation for a year. During that time, a total of 200,000 page retrievals occurred in the last year (~7,100 per week) with a total of 32.35 Gigabytes of data downloaded (16 GB in the last ~6 months) and >58,000 PDF files (~reprints) downloaded, with 30,200 in the last ~6 months. Over the last year, growth has been approximately 100%. The charts document the growth in usership over the last one and one-half years: 18
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No. of Distinct Hosts Served 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 No. of Distinct Hosts Served Total MBytes Transferred 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 Total MBytes Transferred BSA now runs its own webservers, domain name servers, mail service and security systems. Steve Wolf runs the BSA Directory. In addition to the time and expense, there are also hacker attacks and constant upgrades and maintenance to consider as expenses to this undertaking. The task of the webmaster continues to expand and hopefully aspects of it can be shared with others. The web version is increasingly becoming the reference site for the BSA. Future Secretaries of BSA should increasingly archive their digital correspondence on the web as a means of promoting the dissemination of information within the BSA membership and leadership. Respectfully submitted, Scott Russell, Webmaster 19
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Report of Committee on Committees – Pat Gensel, Chair & President-Elect BSA Committees for 2000-2001 Last revised 7/26/2000 | Standing Committees | Ad Hoc Committees | Representatives to Various Organizations | Standing Committees: ANNUAL MEETING PROGRAM COMMITTEE Jeffrey M. Osborn (2002) (Chair) Program Organizer of each Section Chair, Local Organizing Committee Representatives of Other Societies meeting with BSA ANNUAL MEETING COORDINATING COMMITTEE (3 members; 3 year terms) (new committee: 1999) Wayne Elisens (2002), Chair Peter Hoch (2002) Barbara Schaal (2002) Chris Haufler (2002) ARCHIVES AND HISTORY COMMITTEE (2 members; 5 year terms) Ronald Stuckey (2003) (Chair) Darleen DeMason (2000), Immediate Past Secretary, ex officio Lee Kass (2004) COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES (6 appointed members; 3 year terms) Patricia Gensel (2000), President Elect, Chair, ex officio Cynthia Jones (2000) Bijan Dehgan (2000) Gar Rothwell (2001) Richard McCourt (2001) Linda Graham (2002) Tom Ranker (2002) Pamela Soltis (2000), Secretary, ex officio New members: Ned Friedman, Jerrold Davis CONSERVATION COMMITTEE (6 members; 3 year terms) William Hahn (2001) (Chair) Larry Zettler (2000) Kaius Helenurm (2000) Diane Elam (2001) Dan Watts (2002) Pati Vit (2002) New Members: Harvey Ballard, Diane Horton CORRESPONDING MEMBERS COMMITTEE (Past Presidents) Carol C. Baskin (2002), ex officio
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