Scientific Collaboration

During my time in Cambodia, I have been collaborating with scientist in terms of field work and this has resulted in a number of scientific papers on which I am listed as a co-author. In reverse chronological order:

Kosterin & Chartier (2018). More Odonata found at the Cardamonean foothills in Koh Kong Province of Cambodia in 2014 – 2018. International Dragonfly Fund Report 123.

Kosterin & Chartier (2017). Update of 2014 and 2016 to Odonata found at the marshy coast of SW Cambodia including three species added for the country. International Dragonfly Fund Report 101.

Ascher et al (2016). A report on the bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) of Cambodia. Cambodia Journal of Natural History Vol. 2016 No.1 : 23-39.

Kosterin & Chartier (2014). Two more Odonata species recorded from Cambodia. Cambodian Journal of Natural History Vol. 2014 No. 1 : 8-11.

Kosterin et al (2012). New records of Odonata from Cambodia, based mostly on photographs. Cambodian Journal of Natural History Vol. 2012 No. 2 : 150-163.

I have also provided input to the following:

Constant et al (2016). Updating lanternflies biodiversity knowledge in Cambodia (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha: Fulgoridae) by optimizing field work surveys with citizen science involvement through Facebook networking and data access in FLOW website. Belgian Journal of Entomology 37 : 1-16.

Constant & Grootaert (2016). Final Report: Fostering Entomodiversity research in Southeast Asia. Global Taxonomy Initiative.

 

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