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Society For Vector Ecology
est. 1968

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Register for the 46th Annual SOVE Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico,
September 27-October 1, 2015 by clicking here

Click here for the Embassy Suites registration page for the
46th Annual SOVE Conference to make your hotel registration

Will you be presenting a poster at the 46th Annual SOVE Conference?
If so, click here to access the Poster Presentation Form


The June 2015 Journal of Vector Ecology,
Volume 40, Issue 1 is now available

The March 2015 Newsletter is now available

The December SOVE Newsletter is now available

The December 2014 Journal of Vector Ecology,
Volume 39, Issue 2 is now available

Click here to check out the presentations on Operational Surveillance and Control for dengue/chikungunya vectors given at the 45th Annual SOVE Conference

Take a look at the 2014 SOVE Conference in San Antonio, Texas

The June 2014 Journal of Vector Ecology,
Volume 39, Issue 1 is now available

Save the Date for the 2016 International Congress of Entomology
September 25-30, 2016 in Orlando, Florida
Symposium Submissions click here
View the flyer here

The 13th Annual Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop
Date: March 29-31, 2016
Location: St. Augustine, Florida, Anastasia Mosquito Control District
Click here for more information

Take a look at this link to view Asian SOVE

Take a look at this link to view European SOVE

 

The June 2014 Newsletter is now available

2014 SOVE Annual Conference Sponsors

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The Society for Vector Ecology is a professional organization formed in 1968 by a group of individuals involved in vector biology and control programs in California. The membership has since grown to represent an amalgamation of diverse research and operational and extension personnel from all over the world. The Society is committed to solving many complex problems encountered in the field of vector biology and control. Among these are the suppression of nuisance organisms and disease vectors through integration of control elements, such as environ-mental management, biological control, public education, and appropriate chemical control technology.

The Society publishes the biannual Journal of Vector Ecology that contains research and operational papers covering many phases of vector biology, ecology, and control. The Society also distributes a periodic newsletter and holds an annual conference in the months of Sep/Oct.