(c) 1998 by John A. Byers.
Please enter either a first Author or any word string to search for in the
database with 4,700 references on bark beetles (all subjects).
After you have entered a text string, press [Go author], [TOP], or [Next] and this lower window
will display the text, or a message that no paper was found with the
search string. You may also use a two word search using Boolean
logic (AND and OR and NOT). The searches are case insensitive except for the first author.
You may also scroll up and down in the smaller database (lower window)
or a page at a time in the upper window.
If you want to quit a search in progress, simply click the [Page UP] or [Page Down] buttons
or the [Stop/Help] button. You can even enter new text and begin a new search, thus
stopping the former search.
Pressing [TOP] begins the search always from the top of the database (with A) while
[Next] will search from the current stopping place downward through the database to Z.
A few authors have names like O'Brien, McCall, La France, or El Rabieri. These
names have been changed so the space or ' is made into a dash, ie., O-Brien, La-France, or
El-Rabieri. McCall is just Mccall. Also, double last names are like: Ballard-Foster. The entry of last names of first-authors will be
changed by the program, so you can get an idea of what to enter next time and
how names of second etc. authors will also be listed.
This database is for personal use only. (c) 1998 by John A. Byers