Research honored by publishers

Clemson entomologist Peter H. Adler is a pioneer in the study of black flies who has conducted collaborative research projects on five continents in environments from Siberia to the Amazon Basin. His research has improved the ability to manage pest populations through programs from South Carolina to Europe.

Now, his work has been honored by the Association of American Publishers. The association’s Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division named his book, The Black Flies (Simuliidae) of North America, the Best Single-Volume Reference in the Sciences for 2004. Adler co-authored the book with Douglas C. Currie of the University of Toronto and D. Monty Wood, research associate with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.




For information: Peter Adler, 864-656-5044, padler@clemson.edu