"During our 1999 New Britain expedition most of the insect collecting was conducted
by Kenneth Molem, a paraecologist working with the Insect Ecology Project. 
Kenneth used light and malaise traps as well as opportunistic collecting (sweep-nets 
and hand collecting) to sample the insect communities along an altitudinal gradient. 
He was particularly successful in this task because of his great familiarity with the 
forests of New Guinea as well as his deep understanding of the natural history of the 
native arthropods. However not only was his scientific assistance in the field 
invaluable, but because of his sense of humor and his pleasant predisposition, he is 
also great company in the rainforest."
Dr. Johannes Foufopoulos, Princeton University

Kenneth Molem