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Boyko, Christopher B.

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  • American Museum of Natural History; Division of Invertebrate Zoology
  • Direct contact at institute:
  • Dowling College; Department of Biology
  • Direct contact at institute:
    Tel.: +1-(0)631-244 3182
  • WoRMS Editorial Board (WoRMS editors)
  • Function: Chief taxonomic editor

Christopher’s interests include the taxonomy, ecology, phylogenetic systematics of crustaceans, and host/parasite co-evolution He is also interested in the biodiversity of invertebrates in general and has headed or participated in several major invertebrate surveys. He has published over 110 papers on a variety of invertebrate subjects, described over 40 new species, and has served as a consultant for several museums. He is currently a Research Associate at the AMNH, Hofstra University and Yale University and teaches at several local colleges and universities in an adjunct capacity. He is an Associate Editor for the peer-reviewed journal The Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, and served as the Program Officer for the international organization The Crustacean Society from 2005-2015. His goal, if elected to the Steering Committee, is to advocate for greater consistency of data entry across taxa (e.g., to work towards and track nearness to the goal of 100% type localities entered) as well as to work to devise strategies to increase the presence of WoRMS in the citations of the greater scientific and popular literature (i.e., to increase the number of Google Scholar citations and web citations in general), as well as to work with the other committee members to maintain, and increase, the number of the editors and quantity of the editorial work performed on the database.

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  • World List of Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Isopod Crustaceans, more

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