The Crustacean Society (TCS)
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1979-12 Tampa FL USA
Interest in forming a scientific society began to develop late 1975, and the idea was first formally brought up in 1977, New Orleans LA (USA), during a meeting of the Crustacean Club, but had no support. The idea was discussed again, Oct 1978, Beaufort NC (USA), by individuals attending a joint USA/USSR Conference on Cold-Water Crustaceans. Formation of the Society proposed, Dec 1978, Richmond VA (USA), during a meeting of the Crustacean Club.
Advance the study of all aspects of crustacean biology; enhance information exchange.
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Meeting (twice a year, once jointly with Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology); Board of Governors; International Crustacean Council coordinates planning and scheduling of the International Crustacean Congress.
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