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Fuller, Steven G. 2008. Population dynamics of the endangered Karner blue butterfly ( Lycaeides melissa samuelis Nabokov). Ph. D. Dissertation, SUNY-ESF, Syracuse, 173 p. Teaching Experience Instructor for laboratory in ornamental horticulture, University of Kentucky, August 1977 to May 1978. Instructor for laboratory in dendrology, University of Kentucky, August to December 1978. Developed and taught course in winter botany, University of Kentucky, January to May 1979. Instructor for dendrology (laboratories and lectures), Purdue University, August 1980 to December 1983 (fall semesters). Instructor for field program in forestry, Purdue University, mid-May to mid-June in 1981 (in southern Indiana), and 1982 and 1983 (in northern Wisconsin). Taught Systematic Botany (senior-graduate level course) at SUNY-ESF, Fall 1989. Taught Wetland Plant Identification short-course (with D. Raynal) through SUNY-CESF Continuing Education Office, June 1991, June 1992, June 1993, June 1995. Taught Wetland Plant Identification short course to 60 NYS-DEC staff members (with D. Raynal) through SUNY- ESF Continuing Education Office, June 1993. Gave six hours of lecture on biodiversity, conservation biology, and landscape ecology in U.S. Forest Service Advance Studies in Silviculture short-course held at SUNY-ESF, Fall 1991. Offer courses at SUNY-ESF each year in Dendrology (3 different courses), Woody Plants (required course for SUNY-ESF Landscape Architecture Students) and Freshwater Wetland Ecosystems; also classes in Forest Communities of the Adirondacks, and Functional Diversity of the Adirondacks; and, seminars on Restoration Ecology, Wetland Ecology, and Community Organization. Instructor (w/ J. Farrell, ESF; R. Johnson, Cornell) in all day Aquatic Macrophyte Identification and Ecology Workshop, hosted by the NY Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Tunison Lab of Aquatic Sciences, Cortland, September 1999; repeated August 2000 at Cornell Biological Field Station, Shackelton Point, NY.
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