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John Moser’s search for small and “mitey” thingsAuthor(s): James Barnett; Stacy Blomquist
Source: Forests and People 63(2):34-35
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionIn the basement of the Alexandria Forestry Center in Pineville works a scientist who many consider eccentric and few understand what he does, but most know that he works every work day and most weekends as a volunteer even though he retired from the Forest Service's Southern Research Station for nearly 25 years. The scientist, John Moser, has taken a path less traveled. Few know that Moser has published in sciences' most prestigious journals, has frequent international visitors, and has 20 species of insects named in his honor.
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CitationBarnett, James; Blomquist, Stacy. 2013. John Moser’s search for small but “mitey” things. Forests and People. 63(2):34-35.
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