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Curriculum Vitae

John B. Burch

Curriculum Vitæ - John Bayard Burch

Professional History:

2011-2012, Visiting Professor of Malacology, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
2011, Consultant, Department of Social and Environmental Medicine, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand
2001-present, Curator Emeritus of Mollusks, Museum of Zoology, College of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2001-present, Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2001-present, Professor Emeritus of Natural Resources and Environment, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1998-present, Editor of Publications, Museum of Zoology, College of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

1963-2000, Curator of Mollusks, Museum of Zoology, College of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1980-2000, Professor of Natural Resources, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1970-2000, Professor of Zoology, College of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor [department variously called Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (current); Department of Zoology; Department of Biology (combined with Botany); etc.],
1964-1970, Associate Professor of Zoology, University of Michigan
1963-1964, Assistant Professor of Zoology, Department of Zoology, University of Michigan
1958-1963, Research Associate, Museum of Zoology, College of Literature, Science & the Arts, University of Michigan

1983-1984, Regents Fellow, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. [on leave from the University of Michigan]
1979-1981, Chairman, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Division of Biological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1975-1976, Curator of Molluscs, The Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia [on leave from the University of Michigan]

Academic Degrees:

Ph.D. (Zoology), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, January, 1959
M.S. (Biology), University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, June, 1954
B.S. (Biology), Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Virginia, June, 1952

Student activities:

President, Graduate Student Council, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, University of Michigan, 1958
Secretary, Graduate Student Council, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, University of Michigan, 1957
Department of Zoology Representative, Graduate Student Council, Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, University of Michigan, 1956
President, Phi Sigma Honor Society, University of Michigan, 1958
Vice President, Senior Class, Randolph-Macon College, 1951-52

Military Service:

United States Marine Corps (rifleman/Fire-team Leader [Corporal], F Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines, 2nd Marine Division, Fleet Marine Force, 1946-1948; Corporal of the Guard, Marine Guard Detachment, U.S. Naval Ammunition Depot, Craddock, Virginia, 1948; honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps, August, 1948.

Honors:

Honorary Life Member, American Malacological Society, 2009
Honorary Life Member, Malacological Society of the Philippines, 1994
Honorary Life Member, Malacological Society of Korea, 1994
Sigma Xi (national professional society - science), 1958
The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi (national honor society - scholastic), 1957
Phi Sigma (national honor society - scholastic, graduate biology), 1956
Beta Beta Beta (national honor society - scholastic, biology), 1951

Awards and Fellowships:

Lifetime Achievement Award, The Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, 1999
Special Recognition Award from the Science Society of Thailand, 1995
Special Recognition Award from the Malacological Society of the Philippines, 1992
Special Recognition Award from the Korean Society of Malacology, 1988
Regents Fellowship, Smithsonian Institution, 1983-1984
Research Career Development Award, National Institutes of Health, 1963-1969
Summer Internship, Smithsonian Institution, 1958
National Science Foundation Fellowship, University of Michigan Biological Station, 1955
Teaching Fellowship, University of Michigan, 1954-1958
National Science Foundation Pre-Doctoral Research Award, Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia, 1954
William's Fellowship, Graduate School, University of Richmond, 1953-1954
Research Award, Virginia Academy of Science, 1953

Current Affiliations:

Visiting Professor of Malacology, Department of Social and Environmental Medicine, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2011-present
Distinguished Associate in Research, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1997-present
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand, 1979--)

Current Offices in Professional Societies and Journals:

Member, Board of Trustees (1968-present), and Past President, Institute of Malacology
Treasurer (1992-present), and Past President (1987-1989), International Society For Medical and Applied Malacology
Chairman, International Advisory Committee, International Society for Medical and Applied Malacology, 1993-present
Advisor, Malacological Society of the Philippines, 1980-present
Associate Editor, Past Managing Editor, and Past Editor-In-Chief, Malacologia, 1961-present
Editorial Board, Revista Científica UDO Agrícola, Venezuela, 2007-present
Editorial Board, Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 1987-present
Editorial Board, Malacological Review, 1968-present
Editorial Advisory Committee, Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, 1992-2000
Advisory Board, The Journal of Scientific Research of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, 1999-present
Editorial Board, The Korean Journal of Malacology, 1989-present
Editorial Board, American Malacological Bulletin, 1984-present

Past Academic Affiliations and Offices in Professional Organizations and Journals:

Member, Technical Committee, Wildlife Division, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, 1977-2000
Member, Expert Advisory Panel on Parasitic Diseases (Schistosomiasis), World Health Organization, 1973-2000
Member, Graduate Faculty, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, 1992-1996
Visiting Professor, Department of Parasitology, School of Medicine, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, 1990-1993, 1996-1999
Distinguished Research Associate, University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, Colorado, 1990-2011
Visiting Scientist, University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, Colorado, 1990, 1992, 2008, 2009
Invited Participant, Conference on the Application of Biotechnology to the Study of Parasites and Their Hosts – Seoul, Korea; and Taipei and Kaohsiung, Taiwan, September, 1989
President, International Society for Medical and Applied Malacology, 1987-1989
Advisor, Malacological Society of Korea, 1984
Member, Vector Control Panel, Program in Science and Technology Cooperation, U.S. Agency for International Development, 1983
Advisor, Instituto Medicina Tropical, Ministerio de Salud Publica, Havana, Cuba, 1983-2000
Consultant, World Health Organization, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983
Guest Senior Research Scientist, University of Lowell, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1978-1993
Member of Council, Unitas Malacologica, International Malacological Union, 1978-1983
Guest Lecturer, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, 1978, 1979
Research Associate, The Australian Museum, 1978-80
President, Institute of Malacology, 1976-1978, 1992-1995
Consultant, Commonwealth Institute of Health in the University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 1975-1982
Advisory Council, Société Française de Malacologie, 1972-1973
Editor-in-Chief, Malacologia, International Journal of Malacology, 1970-1974
President, Society for Experimental and Descriptive Malacology, 1968-1980
Visiting Professor, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar, Tamilnadu, India, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979
Visiting Professor, Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia, 1968, 2002
Visiting Scientist, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, 1966, 1967, 1970, 1981, 2003, 2007, 2008
Research Associate, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1966-1997
Visiting Professor, W.K. Kellogg Gull Lake Biological Station, Michigan State University, 1966, 1968
Consultant, 406th Medical Laboratory, U.S. Army Medical Command, Sagami-Ono, Japan, 1963-1968
Visiting Investigator, Marine Institute, University of Georgia, 1962, 1963, 1964
Consultant, U.S. Naval Medical Research Unit No. 2, Taipei, Taiwan, 1962, 1963
Managing Editor, Malacologia, International Journal of Malacology, 1961-1970
Consultant, The American Foundation for Tropical Medicine, 1961
Consultant, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Pacific Proving Ground, 1960-1961
Visiting Investigator, Eniwetok Marine Biological Laboratory, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1960
Consultant, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1959-1961

Plenary Lectures

Eleventh International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 2012 (in absentia)
Tenth International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, Busan, Korea, August 2009
Ninth International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, Qingdao, China, October 2006
First Symposium of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 17 March 1999
Fourth International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, Santiago, Chile, 7 October 1996
Twenty-first Congress on Science and Technology of Thailand, Jomtein, Chonburi, Thailand, 25 October 1995
Third International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, Camden, Australia, 19 October 1963

University of Michigan, Present and Past Major Committee and Other Assignments:

Editor, Publications of the Museum of Zoology (Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology; Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology; Special Publications of the Museum of Zoology; and Circulars of the Museum of Zoology), 1976-1977, 1998-present
President, The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, University of Michigan, 1995-2004
Executive Committee, University of Michigan Biological Station, 1986-1999
Library Committee, Department of Biology, 1995-1998
Masters Program Committee, Department of Biology, 1991-1995
Administrative Committee, Museum of Zoology, 1986-1989, 1991-1993
Graduate Affairs Committee, Department of Biology, 1985-1987
Executive Committee, Division of Biological Sciences, 1979-1981
Divisional Board for Biological and Health Sciences, Horace H Rackham Graduate School, 1972-1975
Executive Committee, Museum of Zoology, 1968-1972, 1973-1975, 1977-1980, 1993-1998

Courses Taught:

A Formal Course in Medical Malacology for Southeast Asia (Southeast Asian Center for Medical Malacology, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand), July, 2012
Biology for Non-Scientists (University of Michigan), 1997, 1999
Natural History of Invertebrates (University of Michigan Biological Station), 1964, 1985, 1987, 1989, 1991, 1993-1996, 1998
Biology of Invertebrates (University of Michigan), 1969 [part of course], 1970 [part of course], 1971 [part], 1972 [part of course], 1985 [1/2 of course], 1986 [1/2 of course], full course 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000.
Advanced Zoological Studies (University of Michigan), 1968-1974, 1976-2001
Medical Malacology – Research techniques (University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines), 1994
Medical Malacology [part], Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, México D.F., México, 1993
Biology of Mollusks (University of Michigan Biological Station), 1986, 1988, 1992.
Malacology, Los Tuxtlos Biological Station, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Veracruz, México, 1985
Epidemiology and Management of Parasitic Diseases Control Other Than Malaria in China [1/2 of course, i.e., the part on snail-mediated human diseases; the other part of the course was on insect transmitted diseases] (World Health Organization and Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences), 1983
Medical Malacology (School of Public Health, University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines), 1980, 1981
Malacology (Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea), 1978, 1979
Biology of Mollusks (University of Michigan), 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982
Parasitology (University of Michigan), 1973, 1974
Malacology (University of Michigan), 1971, 1973, 1976
Animal Cytotaxonomy (University of Michigan), 1970, 1971, 1972
Malacology (Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia), 1968
Malacology (Michigan State University’s Kellogg Gull Lake Biological Station), 1965, 1967

Workshops presented

Freshwater Mollusks – Nature Centre, Misery Bay Provincial Park, Manitoulin Island, Canada, August 21, 2012
Mollusk Identification Workshop – Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History, The College of Idaho, Caldwell, Idaho, October 28-30, 2010
Non-Marine mollusks – Nature Centre, Misery Bay Provincial Park, Manitoulin Island, Canada
Freshwater Mollusks – Advanced Naturalist Workshop, Edge of Appalachia Nature Center, Adams County, Ohio
The freshwater pulmonate snail family Lymnaeidae – University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, March, 2004
Mollusks of the Great Lakes – Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, February, 2004

Chairman of Doctoral Committees

Ladin [Ladizinsky], Loren (population genetics of Daphnia in response to environmental toxins, 2006 [last known employment: private consultant, Portland, Oregon]
René Sherman Mulcrone (incorporating habitat characteristics and fish hosts to predict freshwater mussel (Bivalvia: Unionidae) distributions in the Lake Erie drainage, southeastern Michigan), 2004 (Co-Chairman) [current: employed by the consulting firm CDM-Michigan (environmental engineering)]
Taehwan Lee (systematic revision of the Sphaeriidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Veneroida, Sphaeriidae), 2001 (Co-Chairman) [current: Collections Coordinator, Mollusk Division, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan]
Sirirat Siripattrawan (chromosomes, reproduction and genetic relationships of introduce “Asiatic clams” (Corbicula) in North America, 2001 (Co-Chairman) [last information: faculty member, Kasasart University, Bangkok, Thailand
I-Min Tso (function of stabilimenta in the orb-weaving uloborid and araneid spiders), 1996 [current: faculty member, Department of Biology, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, Republic of China]
Richard Lamb (the reproductive biology and life history of a peculiar land snail that exhibits both hemiphally and euphally), 1996 [last known employment: Department of Biology, Oakland Community College, Oakland, Michigan, U.S.A.]
Timothy Pearce (comparative ecology and behavior of selected North American land snails) 1994 [current: Curator of Invertebrates, Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.]
Walter Randolph Hoeh (biochemical systematics of the bivalve genus Anodonta), 1991 [last information: Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, U.S.A.]
Siriwan Jantataeme (physiological effect of sublethal molluscicides on Oncomelania), 1991 [last information: Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand]
Younghun Jung (biology of polyploid North American planorbid snails), 1990 [current: Research Associate Professor, School of Dentistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A.]
Yaowaluk Chitramvong (comparative morphology of the freshwater snail family Bithyniidae), 1987 [current: Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand]
Rojana Keawjam (molecular genetics and comparative morphology of the Southeast Asian snail genus Pila), 1986 [previously: Associate Professor and past Chairperson, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand; current: Bangkok business woman]
James B. Bailey (effects of parasitism on population dynamics of the freshwater snail Bulinus globosus), 1985 [last known employment: Environmental Scientist, U.S. Army, Fort Detrick, Maryland, U.S.A.]
Pyung-Rim Chung (allozymes, cytogenetics and susceptibility to clonorchis infections of bithyniid snails), 1983 [current: Professor Emeritus of Parasitology and past Dean of the Faculty, College of Medicine, Inha University, Inchon, Korea]
Viroj Kitikoon (allozymes, cytogenetics and susceptibility to schistosome infection of the Thai freshwater snail Tricula aperta and related taxa), 1981 [past: Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Social and Environmental Medicine, Faculty of Tropical Medicine, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand; current: retired]
Karl-Hans Wurzinger (allozyme variation in the African freshwater snail genus Bulinus), 1980 [last information: Department of Paternity Evaluation, Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, Burlington, NC]
Lyford K. Greene (host-parasite relationships between snails and trematode parasites), 1978 [last information: Department of Parasitology, Division of Experimental Therapeutics, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. 20307]
George A. Te (systematics of the freshwater snail family Physidae), 1978 [past: Parke-Davis/Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Company; current: unknown]
Paul H. Rudolph (reproductive physiology of freshwater pulmonate snails), 1977 [current: Professor, University of Iowa, Iowa City, U.S.A.]
Shi-Kuei Wu (systematics of a polyploid series of freshwater snails (genus Bulinus), 1972 [past: Professor of Natural Science, Department of Biology, and Curator of Invertebrate Zoology, University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.; current: retired]
Charlotte M. Patterson (systematics of the land snail family Succineidae), 1970 past: Dean of the Faculty and Chairperson, Department of Biology, St. Mary's College, Orchard Lake, Michigan, U.S.A.; current: retired]

Chairman of Master’s Committees

Andrea Coronel Walther (a systematic study of the freshwater limpet Laevapex (Ancylidae: Basomma-tophora), 2003
Glenn Stuart Carter (environmental assessment of the benthic macro-invertebrate community of Muskegon Lake, Michigan, 1999, and evaluation of changes since), 2002
Laurel Nida (biology and population dynamics of an aquatic insect infected with a protistan parasite), 2001
Paul Marangelo (zebra mussel dispersal and life histories in southern Michigan), 1996
Renée Sherman (life histories and fish-host relationships of riverine unionid clams), 1994

External Examiner, Ph.D. Theses:

Madras University (Madras, Tamilnadu, India), 1989
Annamalai University (Annamalainagar, Tamilnadu, India), 1974 [four theses], 1979, 1980, 1983, 1987, 1989 [three theses], 1993, 1995
University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong), 1984
University of Gorakhpur (Gorakhpur, India), 1983
Calcutta University (Calcutta, India), 1971, 1974, 1982, 1990, 1994
University of Ottawa (Ottawa, Canada), 1973
Madurai University (Madurai, Tamilnadu, India), 1969

Principal Investigator and Project Director of the following federally or state funded grant projects:

Studies on the Potential of Australian Freshwater Snails to Serve as Vectors of Human Diseases. Commonwealth Department of Health, Australia. 1979-1981.
Freshwater Snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of North America. Environmental Protection Agency. 1977-1980.
The Molluscan Genus Bulinus in Africa and Adjacent Regions, Intermediate Hosts of Schistosoma haematobium. Smithsonian Institution. 1975-1979.
Freshwater Snails of Australia. Commonwealth Department of Health, Australia. 1975-1977.
Freshwater Unionacean Clams of North America. Environmental Protection Agency and the Smithsonian Institution. 1972.
Freshwater Sphaeriacean Clams of North America. Environmental Protection Agency and the Smithsonian Institution. 1971-1972.
Curatorial Support for the Mollusk Collection, University of Michigan. National Science Foundation. 1973-1978.
Systematic Studies of the Molluscan Genus Bulinus in Africa and Adjacent Regions. Smithsonian Institution. 1972-1975.
Biological Studies of Schistosome Snail Hosts. National Institutes of Health, AI-07279(03-05). 1970-1973.
Cytological/Immunological Studies of Snail Vectors of Schistosomiasis. National Institutes of Health, AI-07279(01-02). 1966-1970.
Immunological Studies of Snails. National Science Foundation, GB-7569. 1968-1970.
Cytological Studies of Indian Mollusks. Smithsonian Institution. SFC-7-0067, SFC-7427, SFG-0-1525. 1967-1970.
Cytotaxonomy and Comparative Biochemistry of Mollusks. National Institutes of Health, K3-AI-19, 451. 1964-1969.
Culture Methods for Mollusk Cells and Tissues. National Institutes of Health, AI-07364. 1968-1970.
Cell and Tissue Culture Methods for Mollusks. Institute of Science and Technology, The University of Michigan. 1965-1966.
Cell and Tissue Culture Methods for Mollusks. Cancer Research Institute, The University of Mich-igan. Proj. 89. l965-1966.
Cytotaxonomic Studies of Pulmonate Snails. National Science Foundation, GB-5601. 1966-1968.
Biological Studies of Oriental Freshwater Snails. National Science Foundation. 1964-1965.
Cell and Tissue Culture Methods for Mollusks. National Science Foundation. 1965-1966.
Cytotaxonomic Studies of Aquatic Pulmonate Snails. National Science Foundation. 1965-1966.
Establishment of a New International Journal, Malacologia. National Science Foundation. 1962-1966.

Co-Principal Investigator:

[With Dairmaid O’Foighil]

Computerization of the University of Michigan’s Museum of Zoology mollusk collection. National Science Foundation. F012346. 2005-2009.
Historical phylogeny of Tahitian Partula, an almost extirpated land snail fauna. National Science Foundation. F010995. 2005-2008.

[With H. L. Allen]

Limnological Investigations on Lake Ohrid, Yugoslavia (Macedonia). Smithsonian Institution. 1972-1974.

[With H. van der Schalie]

Studies of American Pomatiopsis Snails with Biological Relationships Almost Identical to Onco-melania, the Vector of Oriental Schistosomiasis. U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command, DA-49-193-MD-2651. 1964-1968.

[With W. O. Gregg]

Biological and Taxonomic Research on Western American Freshwater Snails, Family Hydrobiidae. National Science Foundation. 1963-1967.

Co-Project Director:

[With H. van der Schalie]

Medical Malacology Training Program. National Institutes of Health. T1-AI-41. 1958-1974.

[With R.R. Miller]

Electrophoretic Determination and Analysis of Multiple Proteins in Poeciliid Fishes. National Science Foundation, GB-5476. 1966-1968.

Principal Collaborator:

[With Somsak Panha]

Biodiversity of the Micro-Snails of Southeast Asia. The Thailand Research Fund (TRF: RSA/15/ 1994). 1994-2005.
Taxonomy of Micro-Snails from Limestone Mountains in Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. Program for Biodiversity Research and Training, of the Thailand Research Fund (TRF), the National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, and the National Science and Technology Develop-ment Agency, BRT 139035. 1995-2007.

[With John I. Bruce]

Identification, Distribution and Ecology of the Snail Fauna of Jordan. U.S. Agency for International Development, via the University of Lowell via the University of Jordan. 1982-1986

[With M. A. El-Banhawy]

The Snail Genus Bulinus: Factors Concerned with its Transmission of Schistosomiasis in Africa. National Institutes of Health, PL 480 30-044-N. 1977-1982.

[With Yoshio Kondo]

Archaic Land Snail Families: Achatinellidae, Partulidae and Amastridae. National Science Founda-tion, GB-3974 and GB-6450. 1965-1970.

Travel Grants:

For administrative purposes, to North Africa and India, 1972. Smithsonian Institution.
For administrative purposes and to collect mollusks in Africa, 1972. Smithsonian Institution.
To initiate mollusk research programs in North Africa and India, 1972. Smithsonian Institution.
To collect mollusks in East Africa, 1972-1975. The Rockefeller Foundation.
To initiate a mollusk program in Africa and adjacent regions, 1970. Smithsonian Institution.
To attend the Eleventh Pacific Science Congress, Tokyo, 1966. National Research Council, National Academy of Science.
To attend the Second European Malacological Congress, Copenhagen, 1965. National Science Foun-dation, GB-3786.
To collect mollusks in East Africa, 1965. The Rockefeller Foundation, GA MNS 6325.
To attend the First European Malacological Congress, London, 1962. National Science Foundation.

Expeditions:

Malacological expeditions to the mountainous regions of Thailand (funded by the Program for Biodiversity Research and Training (BRT) of the Thailand Research Fund (TRF), the Thai National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, and the Thai National Science and Technology Development Agency (BRT), 1995-2007
Russian-American Expedition to the Kurile Islands (funded by the Russian Academy of Science-Far East and the U.S. National Science Foundation), 1994
Australian Museum Expedition to the Great Barrier Reef [Lizard Island, etc.] (funded by the Australian Museum), 1975
Australian Rainforest Survey, Northern New South Wales and Central Queensland (funded by the Australian Museum), 1974
Malacological expeditions to Africa and the Near East (funded by the Smithsonian Institution and the Rockefeller Foundation), 1972, 1973
Bishop Museum Expedition to the High Islands of the South Pacific (funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation), 1970
Annamalai University Expedition to the northern Western Ghats (funded by Annamalai University and the Smithsonian Institution), 1968
Malacological expedition to Papua New Guinea and offshore islands (funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation), 1966

Field experience:

U.S.A. (southeastern states [Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida]; mid-western states [Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas]; Great Plains states [South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas]; Rocky Mountains (Colorado); western states (Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California); Canada [central Ontario]; Central America/Caribbean [Mexico (states of Nuevo Leon, Veracruz); Cuba; Europe (Austria, England, France, Hungary, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Macedonia); North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia); Sub-Saharan Africa (Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Zimbabwe), Middle East (Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Sudan); Southern Asia (India); Southeastern Asia (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand); Eastern Asia (Russia [Kuril Islands], Japan [Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu]; South Korea; Taiwan [survey of the fresh waters of the entire island]); North Pacific (Hawaiian Islands [Oahu, Kawai, Hawaii islands]); Australasia (Australia [Queensland, Great Barrier Reef (Lizard Island), New South Wales, Northern Territory, Victoria, central Australia, Western Australia]; New Zealand [North Island]; Papua New Guinea; D’Entrecasteaux Islands [Goodenough, Fergusson, Normanby islands); South Pacific (Trobriand Islands, Woodlark Island, Louisiade Archipelago [Misima, Tagula, Rossel islands]), Samoa (western) [Upolu Island]; American (eastern) Samoa [Tutuila Island], Fiji [Viti Levu], Marshall Islands [Enewetak (Eniwetok) Atoll], Mariana Islands [Guam], Vanuatu/New Hebrides [Éfaté, Malakula, Tanna islands], Society Islands [Tahiti, Moorea, Raiatea islands], Tonga [Tongatapu, Eua islands].

Publications:
2013

Freshwater bivalves of the University of Michigan Biological Station area. In preparation. [John B. Burch & Taehwan Lee]
Isaac Lea’s non-North American Pleuroceridae. In preparation. [John B. Burch & Janice L. Pappas]
Physa natricina (Taylor) is not a synonym of Physa acuta (Draparnaud). In preparation. [John B. Burch, Ryan Newman & Taehwan Lee]
Snail Mediated Human Diseases in Southeast Asia. In preparation. John B. Burch and co-members of the Faculty of Tropical Medican, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand.
Mollusks of the Huron Mountains [Michigan]. In preparation. John B. Burch & Huateng Huang.

2012

Checklist of the fresh- and brackish-water snails of Thailand. Malacological Review, in press. [Pusadee Sri-Aroon, Chantima Lohachit, Yanin Limpanont & John B. Burch]
Physa owyheeensis n.sp. (Pulmonata: Basommatophora: Physidae) from the southwestern Oregon. Malacological Review, in press. [John B. Burch, David Hopper & Alex Moore]
Lanx banburyensis n.sp. (Pulmonata: Basommatophora: Lymnaeidae) from southern Idaho. Malacological Review, in press. [John B. Burch & William H. Clark]

2011

Conservation genetics of a critically endangered limpet genus and rediscovery of an extinct species. PLoS ONE, 6(5): e20496. doi:10.137/journal.pone0020496. [Diarmaid ÓFoighil, Jingchun Li, Taehwan Lee, Paul Johnson, Ryan Evans & John B. Burch]

2010

Molecular phylogenetic revision of the freshwater limpet genus Ferrissia (Planorbidae: Ancylinae) in North America yields two species: Ferrissia (Ferrissia) rivularis and Ferrissia (Kincaidilla) fragilis. Malacologia, 53(10): 25-45. [Andrea C. Walter, John B. Burch & Diarmaid O’Foighil]
Systematic status of Physa natricina Taylor 1988, and endangered freshwater snail. [Abstract]. p. 202. In: Tropical Natural History, Suppl. 3., pp. i-liv, 1-360, lv-lxxv. [John B. Burch, Taehwan Lee & John Keebaugh]

2009

Isaac Lea’s North American Pleuroceridae. Malacological Review, 41/42: 25-245. [John B. Burch & Janice L. Pappas

2008

Moorean tree snail survival revisited: a multi-island mitochondrial genealogical perspective. Molecular Ecology, …. [Lee, T., John B. Burch, T. Coote, P. Pearce-Kelly, C. Hickman, J.-Y. Meyer & D. O'Foighil]

2007

Original descriptions of North American (north of Mexico) freshwater limpets (Gastropoda: Basommatop-hora). Malacological Review, 39/40: 111-154. [John B. Burch]
Prehistoric inter-archipelago trading of Polynesian tree snails leaves a conservation legacy. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B-Biological Science, 274(1624): 2779-2914. [Lee, T., John B. Burch, T. Coote, B. Fontaine, O. Gargominy, P. Pearce-Kelly & D. O’Foighil]
Tahitian tree snail mitochondrial clades survived recent mass-extirpation. Current Biology, 17: R502-R503. [Lee, T., John B. Burch, Y. Jung, T. Coote, P. Pearce-Kelly & D. O’Foighil]

2006

Crossing the Continental Divide: the Columbia drainage species Juga hemphilli (Henderson, 1935) is a cryptic member of the eastern North American genus Elimia (Cerithioidea: Pleuroceridae). Journal of Molluscan Studies, 72: 314-317. [Lee, T., J.J. Kim, H.-C. Hong, John B. Burch & D. O’Foighil]
E Pluribus Unum: A phylogenetic and phylogeographic reassessment of Laevapex (Pulmonata: Ancyl-idae), a North American genus of freshwater limpets. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 40: 501-516. [Walther, A.C., T. Lee, John B. Burch & D. O’Foighil]
Confirmation that the North American ancylid Ferrissia fragilis (Tryon, 1863) is a cryptic invader of European and East Asian freshwater ecosystems. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 72: 318-321. [Walther, A.C., T. Lee, John B. Burch & D. O’Foighil]
Acroloxus lacustris is not an ancylid: A case of misidentification involving the cryptic invader Ferrissia fragilis (Mollusca: Pulmonata: Hygrophila). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 39: 271-275. [Walther, A.C., T. Lee, John B. Burch & D. O’Foighil]

2005

An introduction to the microsnails of Thailand. Malacological Review, 37/38: i-iv, 1-155. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]

2004

Molecular phylogeny of certain Thai gastrocoptine micro land snails (Stylommatophora; Pupillidae) inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear ribosomal DNA sequences. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 70: 139-147. [Tongkerd, P., T. Lee, S. Panha, John B. Burch & D. O’Foighil]
Reach and catchment-scale determinants of the distribution of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in south-eastern Michigan. Freshwater Biology, 49(2): 127-142. [McRae, J.D Allan & John B. Burch]

2002

Virginia’s James River Basin project. Mollusks. Walkerana, 13(29/30): 109-112. [John B. Burch]
New taxa of Pupillidae (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). Walkerana, 13(29/30): 129-187. [John B. Burch, Somsak Panha & Piyoros Tongkerd]

2001

Genera and subgenera of Recent freshwater gastropods of North America (north of Mexico), Malacological Review, 33/34: 131-134. [John B. Burch]
The pupillid genus Aulacospira in Thailand (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). Walkerana, 12(28): 65-76. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
The pupillid genus Paraboysidia in Thailand (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). Walkerana, 12(28): 77-94. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
On the genus name Goniobasis (Elimia – Gastropoda: Pleuroceridae) and other recent nomenclatural inconsistencies). Walkerana, 12(28): 97-105. [John B. Burch]

2000

The pupillid genus Anauchen in Thailand (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). Walkerana, 11(26): 239-248. [John B. Burch & Somsak Panha]
A new species of Paraboysidia from Thailand (Pulmonata: Pupillidae). Walkerana, 11(25): 107-112. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
Taxonomy of microsnails from limestone mountains in Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. [Abstract]. P. 110. In: Abstracts, Research Projects and Graduate Theses Supported by the Biodiversity Research and Training Program, Thailand Research Fund (TRF), the National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, and the National Science and Technology Development Agency, pp. 1-252, plus appendix and index (unnumbered pp. 253-263). [S. Panha, R. Sukmasruang, B. Kanchanasaka, John B. Burch, S. Pholkoksung, R. Prateepasen, P. Tongkerd, C. Sutcharit, P. Dumrongrojwatana, S. Tumpeesuwan, C. Meesukko, C. Vorajak, A. Maneevong & W. Wannarat]
The use of land snails in island biogeography. Pp. C103-C-112. In: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Geographic Society of Thailand, pp. i-xvii, 305 pp. [Somsak Panha, Sukamol Srikwan, Chirasak Sucharit, Piyoros Tongkerd & John B. Burch]

1999

First records and new species of Boysidia and Sinoenna from Thailand. Malacological Review, 31/32(2): 117-122. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
Two new genera of pupillid land snails from Thailand (Pulmonata: Pupillidae: Gastrocoptinae). Malaco-logical Review, 31/32(2): 143-153. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
A new species of Discartemon from Thailand (Pulmonata: Stretaxidae). Malacological Review, 31/32(1): 25-26, 1 pl. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
Rectification of Walker’s classification of the freshwater Mollusca of North America, north of Mexico. Walkerana, 10(24): 89-100. [John B. Burch]
New species of Pupillidae (Pulmonata: Pupilloidea) from Thailand. Walkerana, 10(24): 99-120. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
The pupillid genus Aulacospira in Thailand (Pulmonata: Stylommatophora). Walkerana, 10(24): 121-132. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
Species diversity and microsnails in Thailand. Pp. 408-412. In: Research Reports on Biodiversity in Thailand. Biodiversity Research and Training Program (BRT). Work Press Printing, Bangkok. Pp. i-xix, 1-892. [Somsak Panha, John B. Burch & Ronglarp Sukmasruang]
Taxonomy of micro snails from limestone mountains in Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. Micro snails, Part 3: The Micro Snail Museum of Thailand. [Abstract]. P. 117. In: Abstracts, Research Projects and Dissertations, Third Biodiversity Research and Training Program Projects, 1999. Pp. 1-246. [S. Panha, John B. Burch, R. Sukmasruang, S. Pholkoksung, R. Prateepasen, C. Meesukko, P. Dumrongrojwatana, P. Tongerd, C. Sucharit, S. Tumpeesuwan, T. Phetpipat & W. Wannarat]
Michigan’s freshwater limpets (Mollusca: Gastropoda). [Abstract]. Michigan Academician, 31(2): 280-281. [John B. Burch & Adrienne Romanski]

1998

Natural History of Invertebrates. 1998. Published for the University of Michigan Biological Station by the Mollusk Division, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. Pp. i-vi, 1-461. 670 text figures. [John B. Burch]
New taxa of Diplommatina from Thailand (Prosobranchia: Diplommatinidae). Walkerana, 9(22): 153-170. [Somsak Panha, Budsabong Kanchanasaka & John B. Burch]
Michigan’s polyploid bivalves. [Abstract]. Michigan Academician, 30(3): 351-352. [John B. Burch, Gab-Man Park & Ee-Yung Chung]
Species diversity of micro-snails in Thailand. [Abstract]. World Congress of Malacology, Abstracts. P. 253. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
Taxonomy of micro-snails from limestone mountains in Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam. [Abstract]. P. 9. Abstracts, Research Projects and Graduate Theses Supported by the Biodiversity Research and Training Program, Thailand Research Fund (TRF), the National Center for Genetic Engineering and Bio-technology, and the National Science and Technology Development Agency, pp. 1-87. [Somsak Panha, R. Sukmasruang & John B. Burch]
The land snail genus Carychium in Thailand (Pulmonata: Carychiidae). Walkerana, 9(22): 171-176. [John B. Burch and Somsak Panha]
A new species of Discartemon from Thailand (Pulmonata: Streptaxidae). Malacological Review, 31(1): 25-26. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
Studies on freshwater limpets (Mollusca: Gastropoda). [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, pp. 24-25. [John B. Burch & Adrienne Romanski]
Land snail faunas of Thailand and neighboring countries. [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Fifth Inter-national Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, p. 85. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]

1997

A new cave dweller of the genus Alycaeus in Thailand (Prosobranchia: Cyclophoracea: Cyclophoridae). Malacological Review, 30(1/2): 119-122. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]

1996

H. Burrington Baker’s anatomical nomenclator. Walkerana, 8(19): 1-30. [H. Burrington Baker, Yoshio Kondo & John B. Burch]
A new species of Diplommatina from Thailand (Prosobranchia: Diplommatinidae). Walkerana, 8(19): 49-62. [Somsak Panha & John B. Burch]
The urgent need for conservation. [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 8(1), 81. [John B. Burch]
Molluscan holdings of the University of Michigan’s Museum of Zoology. [Abstract]. Program and Abstracts, 62nd Annual Meeting, American Malacological Union, p. 31. [John B. Burch & D. Ó Foighil]
Genetic structure of North American Sphaeriidae. [Abstract]. Program and Abstracts, 62nd Annual Meeting, American Malacological Union, p. 31. [Reich, L.A., John B. Burch & D. Ó Foighil]

1995

Animal diversity, snail hosts of human parasites and biotechnology. Proceedings, Twenty-first Congress on Science and Technology of Thailand, The Science Society of Thailand, Under the Patronage of His Majesty the King, Jomtien, Chonburi, Thailand, Programme and Abstracts, p. 33.
Comparative analysis of the karyotypes of six species of North American freshwater mussels (Bivalvia, Unionidae). Malacological Review, 28: 51-60, 1995. [Gab-Man Park & John B. Burch].

1994

Non-conventional methods in the taxonomy of mollusks. (Abstract). Proceedings of the Third International Congress on Medical and Applied Malacology, Camden, Australia, October, 1993, Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 6: 185-186.
Mollusks. Pp. 395-410. In: Evers, David C. (ed.), 1994, Endangered and threatened wildlife of Michigan. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor. Pp. i-ix, 1-412. [John B. Burch]

1993

Polyploid chromosome numbers in the Torquis group of the freshwater snail genus Gyraulus (Pulmonata: Planorbidae). Cytologia, 58: 145-149. [John B. Burch & Younghun Jung]
Aquatic habitats of three species of polyploid snails (Gyraulus subgenus Torquis) in Michigan. Michigan Academician, 26: 101-112. [John B. Burch & Younghun Jung]

1992

Freshwater snails of the University of Michigan Biological Station area. Walkerana, 1992, 5(13): i-vi, 1-216. [John B. Burch & Younghun Jung]

1991

A taxonomic review of the Gyraulus subgenus Torquis. Walkerana, 5(13): 1-18. [Younghun Jung & John B. Burch]
A checklist and outline of classification of the freshwater snails of the University of Michigan Biological Station area. Walkerana, 5(14): 207-215. [John B. Burch, Rojana Keawjam & Younghun Jung]
Malacology in Michigan. Michigan Academician, 24: 115-170. [John B. Burch]
The Lymnaeidae (Gastropoda, Lymnophila) of Thailand, snail hosts of Fasciola and other trematodes. [Abstract] Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 3: 150. [John B. Burch]

1990

Applications of biotechnology in the study of mollusks. In: Proceedings of the Korea-U.S. Conference on Application of Biotechnology to the Study of Animal Parasites and Their Vectors. Yonsei Reports on Tropical Medicine, 20: 75-78. [John B. Burch, W. R. Hoeh & P. R. Chung]
Comparative anatomy and radulae of the Gyraulus subgenus Torquis in North America (Gastropoda: Planorbidae). Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 2: 59-77. [Younghun Jung & John B. Burch]
Terrestrial Gastropoda, pp. 201-309. In: Dindal, Daniel L. [ed.], Soil Biology Guide, John Wiley and Sons, New York, pp. i-xviii, 1-1349. [John B. Burch & Timothy A. Pearce]
Snails and disease transmission. Pp. 25-26. In: Burch, J.B. and Bruce, J.I. (eds.), Schistosomiasis and snail hosts in Jordan. Walkerana, 4(11), pp. i-xv, 1-237. [John B. Burch]
Freshwater snail fauna of Jordan. Pp. 27-58. In: Burch, J.B. and Bruce, J.I. (eds.), Schistosomiasis and snail hosts in Jordan. Walkerana, 4(11), pp. i-xv, 1-237. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch & Zuhair Amr]
Snail intermediate hosts of human schistosomes in the Near East and Africa. Pp. 59-77. In: Burch, J.B. and Bruce, J.I. (eds.), Schistosomiasis and snail hosts in Jordan. Walkerana, 4(11), pp. i-xv, 1-237. [Paul H. Rudolph & John B. Burch]
Snail identification (general). Pp. 123-128. In: Burch, J.B. and Bruce, J.I. (eds.), Schistosomiasis and snail hosts in Jordan. Walkerana, 4(11), pp. i-xv, 1-237. [John B. Burch]
Snail identification: snail intermediate hosts of human schistosomes in the Near East. Pp. 128-138. In: Burch, J.B. and Bruce, J.I. (eds.), Schistosomiasis and snail hosts in Jordan. Walkerana, 4(11), pp. i-xv, 1-237. [Paul H. Rudolph & John B. Burch]
Distribution of freshwater snails in Jordan. Pp. 144-166. In: Burch, J.B. and Bruce, J.I. (eds.), Schistosomiasis and snail hosts in Jordan. Walkerana, 4(11), pp. i-xv, 1-237. [John B. Burch & Zuhair Amr]
Freshwater habitats in Jordan. Pp. 167-181. In: Burch, J.B. and Bruce, J.I. (eds.), Schistosomiasis and snail hosts in Jordan. Walkerana, 4(11), pp. i-xv, 1-237. [John B. Burch, Zuhair Amr & John C. Mallett]
Thomas Say’s glossary for conchology. Walkerana, 4(12): 279-306.

1989

North American freshwater snails. Malacological Publications, Hamburg, Michigan. Pp. i-viii, 1-365.
Samoana medana, new species (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Partulidae). Bishop Museum Occasional Papers, 29: 131-137. [Yoshio Kondo & John B. Burch]
Gyraulus (Torquis) huronensis, a new species of freshwater snail (Lymnophila, Planorbidae) from the North American Great Lakes. Walkerana, 3(10): 217-227. [John B. Burch and Younghun Jung]
The taxonomic status of Anodonta lacustris Lea (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Walkerana, 3(10): 263-276. [W.H. Hoeh & John B. Burch]
Medically important mollusks of Thailand. Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 1: 1-9. [John B. Burch & E. Suchart Upatham]
Taxonomy of the freshwater snail genus Stagnicola: electrophoretic analysis of enzymes from three species. Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 1: 57-64. [J. B. Burch & Paul H. Rudolph]
Schistosomiasis and malacology in Jordan. Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology, 1: 139-163. [John B. Burch, John I. Bruce and Zuhair Amr]
Applications of biotechnology in the study of mollusks. In: Proceedings of the Korea-U.S. Conference on Application of Biotechnology to the Study of Animal Parasites and Their Vectors. Yonsei Reports on Tropical Medicine, 20: 75-78. [John B. Burch, W. R. Hoeh & P. R. Chung]

1988

North American freshwater snails. Introduction, systematics, nomenclature, identification, morphology, habitats, distribution. Walkerana, 1988, 2(6): 1-80. [John B. Burch]
Land snails of The University of Michigan Biological Station area, northern Lower Peninsula, Michigan. Walkerana, 1988, 3(9): 1-177. [John B. Burch & Younghun Jung]

1987

Inheritance of alleles at ten enzymatic loci of the freshwater snail Stagnicola elodes (Basommatophora: Lymnaeidae). Genetical Research, Cambridge, England, U.K., 49: 201-206. [Paul H. Rudolph & John B. Burch]
Clave genérica para la identificación de gastrópodos de agua dulce en México. Instituto de Biología, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Pp. 1-46. [John B. Burch & Alejandro Cruz-Reyes]
A new freshwater prosobranch snail (Mesogastropoda: Pleuroceridae) for Korea. Walkerana, 2(8): 187-193. [John B. Burch & Younghun Jung]
A guide to the freshwater snails of Korea. Walkerana, 2(8): 195-232. [John B. Burch, Pyung-Rim Chung and Younghun Jung]
A review of the classification, distribution and habitats of the freshwater gastropods of the North American Great Lakes. Walkerana, 2(8): 233-292. [John B. Burch & Younghun Jung]
A check-list and classification of the land snails of The University of Michigan Biological Station area. Walkerana, 2(8): 293-300. John B. Burch & Younghun Jung.
Freshwater snails of Korea. The Korean Journal of Malacology, 3: 44-67. [John B. Burch, Pyung-Rim Chung & Younghun Jung]
1986

Terrestrial mollusks of the northern Lower Peninsula, Michigan, U.S.A. Pp. 75-113. In: Silver Jubilee Publication, Centre for Advanced Studies in Marine Biology, Parangipettai (Porto Novo), Tamil Nadu, India. Pp. 1-136. [John B. Burch & Younghun Jung]

1985

Snails and disease transmission. Pp. 25-26. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch]
Freshwater snail fauna of Jordan. Pp. 27-58. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch & Zuhair Amr]
Snail intermediate hosts of human schistosomes in the Near East and Africa. Pp. 59-77. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [Paul H. Rudolph & John B. Burch]
Snail identification (general). Pp. 123-128. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch]
Snail identification: snail intermediate hosts of human schistosomes in the Near East. Pp. 128-138. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [Paul H. Rudolph & John B. Burch]
Distribution of freshwater snails in Jordan. Pp. 144-166. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosemia-sis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., a-nd Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch & Zuhair Amr]
Freshwater habitats in Jordan. Pp. 167-181. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch Zuhair Amr & John C. Mallett]
Malacological terms. Pp. 192-206. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch]
Malacological references. Pp. 217-221. In: Burch, J.B. (ed.), Handbook on schistosomiasis and other snail-mediated diseases in Jordan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., and Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan, pp. i-xv, 1-224. [John B. Burch]
An outline of classification of the freshwater and land snails of Korea, with an annotated bibliography. Pp. 33-44. In: Special publication of the Mukaishima Marine Biological Station, 1985, pp. i-vi, 1-275. [John B. Burch & Pyung-Rim Chung]
1984

The radular teeth of selected Planorbidae. Malacological Review, 17: 67-84. [John B. Burch & Kye-Heon Jeong]
Freshwater snails of the Philippines. Walkerana, 2(7): 81-112. [John B. Burch]
The limpet genus Brondelia among freshwater gastropods. American Malacological Bulletin, 2: 88-89. [John B. Burch]
1983

Glutamate-oxaloacetate transaminase variability in four populations of Parafossarulus manchouricus (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia). Malacological Review, 16: 89-90. [Pyung-Rim Chung & John B. Burch]
Two amendments to Crampton's monograph on Tahitian Partulidae. Malacological Review, 16: 101-106. [Yoshio Kondo & John B. Burch]
Identification key for the fresh- and brackish-water snails of Thailand. Malacological Review, 16: 107-132. [E. S. Upatham, Santasiri Sornmani, Viroj Kitikoon, Chantima Lohachit & John B. Burch]
Mina Winslow, 1890-1982. Malacological Review, 16: 133-134. [John B. Burch]
Snails of medical importance in Thailand. Walkerana, 1(5): 395-398. [John B. Burch & Chantima Lohachit]
1982

Freshwater snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of North America. Environmental Monitoring and Support Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio. pp. i-vi, 1-194. [John B. Burch]
Evaluation of the progress of the Bilharzia Control Program in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Ministry of Health, Amman. pp. 1-66. [John I. Bruce & John B. Burch]
Taxonomic and nomenclatural changes since 1960 in snails and slugs of quarantine significance to the United States. Malacological Review, 15: 141-142. [John B. Burch]
North American freshwater snails. Identification keys, generic synonymy, supplemental notes, glossary, references, index. Walkerana, 1(4): 217-365. [John B. Burch]

1981

Schistosomiasis control, research and training. World Health Organization, (WP)PDV/1CP/ MPD/009-E, pp. 1-50. [John B. Burch]
Susceptibility of “Bulinus truncatus” (Audouin) from Jordan to experimental infection with “Schistosoma haematobium” from Egypt. Jordan Medical Journal, 15(2): 183-190. [Elias K. Saliba, John I. Bruce, James B. Bailey & John B. Burch]
1980

Further comment on the proposed designation of a type species for Pleurocera Rafinesque, 1818. Z.N.(S) 83. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 36(4): 196-197. [John B. Burch]
The mollusk collection and malacology at The University of Michigan. Walkerana, 1(1): 1-18. [John B. Burch]
Identification of eastern North American land snails. The Prosobranchia, Opisthobranchia and Pulmonata (Actophila). Walkerana, 1(2): 33-80. [John B. Burch & Amy Shrader Van Devender]
The threat of schistosomiasis to Jordan. Jordan Medical Journal, 14(1): 11-16. [E.K. Saliba, John B. Burch, J. I. Bruce, M. R. Tawfiq and J. C. Mallett]
Australian non-planate Planorbidae and their potential as vectors of human schistosomiasis. (Abstract). Haliotis, 10(2): 160. [John B. Burch, R. H. Black, S.L. McMahon, J. Walker & J.I. Bruce]
A guide to the freshwater snails of the Philippines. Malacological Review, 13: 121-143. [John B. Burch]
North American freshwater snails. Species list, ranges and illustrations. Walkerana, 1(3): 81-215. [John B. Burch & John L. Tottenham]
1979

Chromosomes of pulmonate molluscs. In: Fretter, V. and Peake, J. (eds.), The pulmonates, vol. 2A, Aca-demic Press, London. Pp. 1-540 (pp. 171-217). [Charlotte M. Patterson & John B. Burch]
Report on a mission to Thailand and the Philippines. World Health Organization. Pp. 1-20. [John B. Burch, F. S. McCullough, K. E. Mott & E. Kosin]
Schistosomiasis surveillance in Australia. Yonsei Reports on Tropical Medicine, 9(1): 101-102. [John B. Burch & Robert H. Black]
The chromosome numbers of four populations of bulinine snails from Lake Nassar, Egypt. Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie, 30(2): 174-178. [John B. Burch J. I. Bruce, P. H. Rudolph, J. C. Mallett & M. A. El-Banhawy]
Extrusive genital anatomies and their internal postures in Partula affinis of Tahiti. Malacological Review, 12: 79-84. [Yoshio Kondo & John B. Burch]
Genera and subgenera of Recent freshwater gastropods of North America (north of Mexico). Malacologi-cal Review, 12: 97-100. [John B. Burch]
Some corrections and additional comments on the classification of Recent North American freshwater gastropods. Journal de Conchyliologie, 115(3): 66-71. [John B. Burch]

1978

A freshwater snail survey of northern Australia. Australian Commonwealth Department of Public Health. Pp. 1-48. [John B. Burch, John Walker & James Stoddard]
The shell surface sculpture of Carychium nannodes. Malacological Review, 11(1/2): 59-60. [John B. Burch & Amy Shrader Van Devender]
An outline of the classification of the freshwater gastropods of North America (north of Mexico). Journal de Conchyliologie, 115(1/2): 3-9. [John B. Burch]

1977

Molluscs. In: Broadbent, J. & Clarke, S. A faunal survey of East Australian rainforests. The Australian Museum. Pp. 1-132 (pp. 109-124). [John B. Burch]
Molluscs. In: Goldstein, W. Rain forests. National Parks and Wildlife Service [Australia]. pp. 1-107 (pp. 53-58). [Phillip Colman & John B. Burch]
Die durch das apikale Schalenrelief aufgeziehungen Beziehungen zwischen dem eurasisch-nordafrikan-ischer Ancylus und der nordamerikanischen Rhodacmea (Pulmonata, Ancylidae). Recueil des Travaux, Ohrid, 15(2): 1-12. [John B. Burch]
Embryonalskulptur der Schale von Gocea ohridana Hadz. verglichen mit der von verschiedenen Arten von Valvata und von Ohridohoratia pygmaea (West.). Recueil des Travaux, Ohrid, 15(4): 1-25. [S. Hadzisce, Charlotte M. Patterson & John B. Burch]
The systematic position of Gocea ohridana. [Abstract]. Malacologia, 16(1):139. S. [Hadzisce, John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson]
Studies on Lake Ohrid pulmonate mollusks. [Abstract]. Malacologia, 16(1):221. [Charlotte M. Patterson, John B. Burch & S. Hadzisce]
A new freshwater snail (Basommatophora: Planorbidae) from Australia, Pleisophysa johni. Malacological Review, 10(1/2): 79-80. [John B. Burch]

1976

Immunological Beziehungen zweier Lymnaeiden (Mollusca: Basommatophora) aus Mazedonien, Jugo-slawien. Recueil des Travaux, Ohrid, 15(1): 1-16. [John B. Burch & S. Hadzisce]
The embryonic shell surface sculpture of Gocea and Valvata. Malacological Review, 9(1/2): 1-14. [S. Hadzisce, Charlotte M. Patterson, John B. Burch & P.T. LoVerde]
Elements of the Australian land and freshwater molluscan fauna and their relationships to other faunas. [Abstract]. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Mollusca, Sydney. Malacological Review, 9(1/2): 137. [John B. Burch]
Snails without shells. Australian Natural History, 18(9): 310-315. [John B. Burch]
Key to the genera of freshwater pelecypods (mussels and clams) of Michigan. Museum of Zoology, The University of Michigan, Circular No. 4: 1-35. [John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson.
Iredale’s classification of Australian land molluscs. Journal de Conchyliologie, 113: 60-67. [John B. Burch]
Outline of the classification of Australian terrestrial molluscs (native and introduced). Journal of the Malacological Society of Australia, 3(3/4): 127-156. [John B. Burch]

1975

Freshwater sphaeriacean clams (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) of North America. Revised edition. Malacolog-ical Publications, Hamburg, Michigan. Pp. i-xi, 1-93. [John B. Burch]
Freshwater unionacean clams (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) of North America. Revised Edition. Malacological Publications, Hamburg, Pp. i-xviii, 1-206. [John B. Burch]
Bulinus sericinus (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) from Ethiopia. Malacological Review, 8(1/2): 31-46 S.-K. Wu & John B. Burch]
Scanning electron microscope studies of the shell apices of fresh-water limpets. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 8(1/2): 117-118. [John B. Burch]
Esterase patterns of some diploid Bulinus populations. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 8(1/2): 126-127. [G.K. Lindsay & John B. Burch]
Systematic studies on the genus Bulinus from Algeria. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 8(1): 127. [Philip T. LoVerde, Kamel Addadi & John B. Burch]
Apical shell sculpture of some African freshwater limpets (Mollusca: Basommatophora: Ancylidae). Zoologica Africana, 10: 53-62. [John B. Burch]
Non-chemical methods of snail control. World Health Organization, VBC 75.573, pp. 1-30. [Nelson G. Hairston, Karl-Hans Wurzinger & John B. Burch]

1974

Immunological relationships of two species of Lymnaeidae (Mollusca: Basommatophora) from Macedonia, Yugoslavia. Malacological Review, 7(1): 25-32. [John B. Burch & S. Hadzisce]
Freshwater mollusks of Lake Ohrid, Macedonia. (Abstract). Malacological Review, 7(1): 47-48. [S. Hadzisce, John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson]
Experimental infection of Bulinus sericinus with Schistosoma haematobium. (Abstract). Malacological Review, 7(1): 56. [S.-K. Wu & John B. Burch]
Relationships of Eurasian-North African Ancylus to North American Rhodacmea as shown by apical shell sculpture. Malacological Review, 7(2): 127-132. [John B. Burch]
Freshwater molluscs. In: Stanley, N. F. & Alpers, M. P. (eds.), Man-made lakes and human health. Aca-demic Press, London. 495 pp. (pp. 311-321). [John B. Burch]
Apical shell sculpture of some North American freshwater limpets (Gastropoda: Basommatophora). Occasional Papers on Mollusks, Harvard University, 4(50): 39-49. [John B. Burch & P. T. LoVerde]

1973

Taxonomic groupings in the Lymnaeidae. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union, Inc., Bulletin for 1972, p. 15. [John B. Burch & G. K. Lindsay]
The systematic position of Radix luteola and its significance in lymnaeid systematics. (Abstract). The American Malacological Union, Inc., Bulletin for 1972, p. 42. [John B. Burch & P.T. LoVerd]
Some current research on the genus Bulinus. Malacological Review, 6(1): 43. [John B. Burch]
The systematic position of “Stagnicola (Bakerilymnaea) cubensis.” [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 6(1): 44. [P.T. LoVerde & John B. Burch]
Breeding experiments with Stagnicola elodes and S. emarginata. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 6(1): 51-52. [John B. Burch & Patricia A. Ayers]
Apparent hybrids from a laboratory culture of Lymnaea stagnalis and Bulimnea megasoma. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 6(1): 61-62. [John B. Burch & G.K. Lindsay]
Bulinus sericinus (Gastropoda: Planorbidae) from Ethiopia. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 6(1): 62-63. [S.-K. Wu and John B. Burch]
Malacologia — ten years of publication. Malacological Review, 6(1): 69-72. [John B. Burch]
Freshwater unionacean clams (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) of North America. Biota of Freshwater Ecosystems, Identification Manual No. 11, Water Pollution Control Research Series, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. Pp. i-xi, 1-176. [John B. Burch]
A comparative study of some Polish and American Lymnaeidae: An assessment of phylogenetic characters. [Abstract]. Malacologia, 14(1/2): 221-222. [John B. Burch]
Malacological Review — six years of publication. Malacological Review, 6(2): 205-208. [John B. Burch]

1972

Freshwater sphaeriacean clams (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) of North America. Biota of Fresh-water Eco-systems, Identification Manual No. 3, Water Pollution Control Research Series, United States Environmental Protection Agency. Pp. i-viii, 1-31. [John B. Burch]
The systematic position of “Lymnaea” bulimoides. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 5(1): 16-17. [John B. Burch & G.K. Lindsay]
Archaic land snails of the Pacific islands. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 5(1): 17-18. [Yoshio Kondo and John B. Burch]
Names for two polyploid species of African Bulinus (Basommatophora: Planorbidae). Malacological Review, 5(1): 7-8. [John B. Burch]
The systematic position of “Gundlachia (Kincaidilla) japonica” (Basommatophora: Ancylidae). Malaco-logical Review, 5(2): 168-169. [John B. Burch]

1971

The chromosome number of the athoracophorid slug, Triboniophorus graeffei, from Australia. Malaco-logical Review, 4(1): 25-26. [John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson.
A comparative study of some Polish and American Lymnaeidae: an assessment of phylogenetic characters. [In Russian]. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal, 50(8): 1158-1168. [John B. Burch, G.K. Lindsay & P.T. LoVerde]
Chromosome numbers of Hawaiian Lymnaeidae. Malacological Review, 4(2): 209-210. John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson.
The immunological response of South African Bulinus natalensis antigens to diploid and polyploid Bulinus antisera. Zoologica Africana, 6(1): 39-44. [John B. Burch & Gene K. Lindsay]

1970

An immuno-cytological study of the African subgenus Bulinus s.s. (Basommatophora: Planorbidae). Mala-cological Review, 3(1): 1-18. [John B. Burch & Gene K. Lindsay]
Infection of diploid Bulinus s.s. with Schistosoma haematobium. Malacological Review, 3(2): 121-126. [C.T. Lo, John B. Burch & C.H.J. Schutte]

1969

An immuno-cytological study of Bulinus, intermediate hosts of Schistosoma haematobium. [Abstract]. Conference on Parasitic Diseases, U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Science Program, Geographic Medicine Branch, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. 1 p. [John B. Burch]
Cytological studies of Pacific land snails. Proceedings of the Symposium on Molluscs, Marine Biological Association of India, Symposium Series 3, Part 2, pp. 6l6-625. [John B. Burch]
Land mollusks of the southern Appalachians. In: The distributional history of the biota of the southern Appalachians. Part I. Invertebrates. Research Division Monograph 1, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia. pp. 247-264. [John B. Burch]
The systematic relationships of Radix hamadai. Bulletin of the National Science Museum, Tokyo, 12(3): 583-591. [John B. Burch & Tadashige Habe]
An immuno-cytological study of the African subgenus Bulinus s.s. [Abstract]. Malacologia, 9(1): 37-38. [John B. Burch & G. K. Lindsay]
The systematic position of the Athoracophoridae (Gastropoda: Euthyneura). Malacologia, 9(1): 259-260. [John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson]
The chromosome number of Bulinus sericinus from Ethiopia. Malacological Review, 2(2): 113-114.
Chromosome numbers and electrophoresis of foot muscle proteins of two species of Radix (Basommato-phora: Lymnaeidae) from India. [Abstract]. Malacological Review, 2(2): 135. [John B. Burch & Gene K. Lindsay]
1968

Tentacle retraction in Tracheopulmonata. Journal of the Malacological Society of Australia, 11: 62-67. [John B. Burch]
Some snails and slugs of quarantine importance to the United States. [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Con-ference on the Military Importance of the Mediterranean Snail Complex. Interim Report, U. S. Naval Medical Field Research Laboratory, Camp Lejeune, N.C., 18(11): 15-17. [John B. Burch]
Cytotaxonomy of some Japanese Semisulcospira (Streptoneura: Pleuroceridae). Journal de Conchyliolo-gie, 107(1): 3-51. [John B. Burch]
A tissue culture technique for caryotype analyses of pulmonate land snails. Venus, The Japanese Journal of Malacology, 27(1): 20-27. [John B. Burch]
An immunological approach to lymnaeid systematics. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1968, Bulletin No. 35: 22-23. [John B. Burch & G.K. Lindsay]
Morphology vs. immunology. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1968, Bulletin No. 35: 25-28. [John B. Burch]
The systematic position of the Athoracophoridae. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1968, Bulletin No. 35: 48-50. [John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson]
A seriological approach to molluscan taxonomy. Proceedings of the Symposium on Mollusks, Marine Biological Association of India, Symposium Series 3, Part 1, pp. 10-15. [John B. Burch]
Erinna newcombi of Hawaii and Limnaea onychia of Japan. Malacological Review, 1: 15-30. [John B. Burch]

1967

Chromosomes of some opisthobranchiate mollusks from Eniwetok Atoll, western Pacific. Pacific Science, 21(2): 252-259. R. Natarajan & John B. Burch]
Chromosomes of intermediate hosts of human bilharziasis. Malacologia, 5(2): 127-135. [John B. Burch]
Some species of the genus Bulinus in Ethiopia, possible intermediate hosts of schistosomiasis haematobia. Ethiopian Medical Journal, 5(4): 245-257. [John B. Burch]
Cytological relationships of some Pacific gastropods. Venus, The Japanese Journal of Malacology, 25(3/4): 118-135. [John B. Burch]
Chromosomes and systematics of mollusks. Papua and New Guinea Scientific Society, Annual Report and Proceedings, 18: 26-28. [John B. Burch]
A serological approach to molluscan systematics. Papua and New Guinea Scientific Society, Annual Report and Proceedings, 18: 29-36. [John B. Burch]
Taxonomic studies on the gastropod genus Oncomelania. [Abstract]. Symposium on Parasitic Diseases, U.S.-Japan Cooperative Medical Science Program, Office of International Research, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. pp. 69-70. [John B. Burch]
A seriological approach to molluscan taxonomy. [Abstract]. Advance Abstracts of Contributions on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences in India, 1(4): 34-35. [John B. Burch]
Cytological studies on Pacific land snails. [Abstract]. Advance Abstracts of Contributions on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences in India, 1(4): 62-63. [John B. Burch]
Some snails and slugs of quarantine significance to the United States. Naval Medical Field Research Laboratory, Camp Lejeune, N. C. Pp. i-iv, 1-73, pls. 1-4. [John B. Burch]
Chromosome numbers in relation to other morphological characters of some southern African Bulinus (Basommatophora: Planorbidae). Malacologia, 6(1/2): 175-188. D.S. Brown, C.H.J. Schutte, John B. Burch & R. Natarajan]
Distribution of cytologically different populations of the genus Bulinus (Basommatophora: Planorbidae) in Ethiopia. Malacologia, 6(1/2): 189-198. [David S. Brown & John B. Burch]
Malacologia — five years of publication. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1967, Bulletin No. 34: 29-30. [John B. Burch & Julia M. Huber]
A taxonomic study of some species of the freshwater snail genus Semisulcospira in Japan (Gastropoda: Mesogastropoda: Pleuroceridae). (Abstract). The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1967, Bulletin No. 34: 36-38. [John B. Burch & George M. Davis]
Electrophoretic analysis of esterases in Bulinus. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1967, Bulletin No. 34: 39-40. [John B. Burch & Gene.K. Lindsay]

1966

Chromosomes of some Archaeopulmonata (Mollusca: Basommatophora). Cytologia, 31(2): 109-116. R. Natarajan & John B. Burch]
The chromosome cycle in the land snail Catinella vermeta (Stylommatophora: Succineidae). Malacologia, 3(3): 309-325. Charlotte M. Patterson & John B. Burch]
Key to the genera of freshwater pelecypods (mussels and clams) of Michigan. Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Circular No. 4, pp. 1-14. William H. Heard & John B. Burch]
Key to the genera of land gastropods (snails and slugs) of Michigan. Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Circular No. 5, pp. 1-19. [John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson]
Chromosomes of four species of North American Succineidae. Venus, The Japanese Journal of Malacology, 24(4): 342-353, 3 pls. [John B. Burch Charlotte M. Patterson & R. Natarajan.
Chromosomes of eight species of Succineidae (Gastropoda, Stylommatophora) from the southern United States. Acta Biologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 17(1): 105-120. R. Natarajan, Leslie Hubricht & John B. Burch]
Chromosomes of intermediate hosts of human bilharziasis. [Abstract]. Malacologia, 5(1): 25-27.
Polyploidy in mollusks. Malacologia, 5(1): 41-43. [John B. Burch & Julia M. Huber.
Some immunological relationships in the African genus Bulinus. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1966, Bulletin No. 33: 37-38. [John B. Burch & Gene K. Lindsay.
The species groups of African Bulinus s.s. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1966, Bulletin No. 33: 39-40. [John B. Burch & R. Natarajan.
Cytological relationships of Pacific gastropods. [Abstract]. Proceedings of the Eleventh Pacific Science Congress, 5(Biol.): 21 (Evolution, Distribution and Migration of Plants and Animals in the Pacific Area). [John B. Burch]

1965

Cytological studies of Planorbidae (Gastropoda: Basommatophora). II. Some African Planorbinae, Plan-orbininae and Bulininae. Malacologia, 2(2): 239-251. R. Natarajan, John B. Burch & Anne Gismann.
Cytotaxonomic studies of freshwater limpets (Gastropoda: Basommatophora). III. Japanese Ferrissia and Gundlachia. Malacologia, 2(2): 253-258. [John B. Burch]
Chromosome numbers and systematics in euthyneuran snails. Pp. 215-241. In: Cox, L.R. and Peake, J.F. (eds.), Proceedings of the First European Malacological Congress. 1962. Published by the Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, the Malacological Society of London, and the Institute of Malacology, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A. Pp. i-vii, 1-266. [John B. Burch]
A land snail for demonstrating mitosis and meiosis. The American Biology Teacher, 27(3): 203-207. [John B. Burch] & Charlotte M. Patterson]
A culture medium for snail cells and tissues. Nature, 206(4984): 637-638. [John B. Burch & Catalina Cuadros.
A new species of freshwater limpet, genus Ferrissia, from Japan. Venus, The Japanese Journal of Malaco-logy, 24(1): 1-7. John B. Burch & Tadashige Habe.
Marine euthyneuran Gastropoda from Eniwetok Atoll, western Pacific. Malacologia, 3(2): 235-262. [Ernst Marcus & John B. Burch]
Cytological studies of Taiwanese freshwater pulmonate snails. Bulletin of the Institute of Zoology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, 4(1): 11-17. [John B. Burch & R. Natarajan]

1964

Cytological studies of Planorbidae (Gastropoda: Basommatophora). I. The African subgenus Bulinus s.s. Malacologia, 1(3): 387-400. [John B. Burch]
Chromosomes of some Japanese freshwater snails (Basommatophora: Branchiopulmonata). Malacologia, 1(3): 402-415. [John B. Burch, J. E. Williams, Y. Hishinuma & R. Natarajan]
The chromosomes of Catinella vermeta (Mollusca, Euthyneura, Succineidae). Acta Biologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 15(1): 87-94. [John B. Burch]
A new species of freshwater limpet, genus Gundlachia, from Japan. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, No. 637: 1-7. [John B. Burch]
Chromosomes of the succineid snail, Catinella rotundata. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, No. 638: 1-8. [John B. Burch]
Cytotaxonomy of the genus Oncomelania, intermediate hosts of Schistosoma japonica. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1964, Bulletin No. 31: 28-29. [John B. Burch]
A tissue culture method for mollusks. Institute of Malacology, Ann Arbor. Pp. 1-4. [John B. Burch & Catalina Cuadros.
Chromosomes of some Japanese freshwater snails (Basommatophora: Branchiopulmonata). 406th Medical Laboratory, United States Army Medical Command, Japan, Professional Report, 1963-64: 214-232. [John B. Burch] J. E. Williams, Y. Hishinuma & R. Natarajan.

1963

Freshwater snails of the subgenus Hinkleyia (Lymnaeidae: Stagnicola) from the western United States. Malacologia, 1(2): 237-281. [Dwight W. Taylor, Harold J. Walter & John B. Burch]
Cytotaxonomic studies of freshwater limpets (Gastropoda: Basommatophora). II. The New Zealand River Limpet, Latia neritoides. Malacologia, 1(2): 313-319. [John B. Burch & Charlotte M. Patterson]
A cytological study of African bulinine snails, vectors of urinary schistosomiasis. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1963, Bulletin No. 30: 15-16. [John B. Burch]

1962

How to know the eastern land snails. Wm. C. Brown Company, Dubuque, Iowa. Pp. i-v, 1-214.
Chromosomes of Cerion incanum (Binney) (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Stylommatophora). Bulletin of the National Institute of Health, Seoul, 5(1): 181-186. [John B. Burch & Dong Chan Kim]
Chromosomes of two species of Vallonia (Mollusca: Stylommatophora: Orthurethra). Acta Biologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 12(4): 305-312. [John B. Burch & William H. Heard.]
Cytotaxonomic studies of freshwater limpets (Gastropoda: Basommatophora). I. The European Lake Limpet, Acroloxus lacustris. Malacologia, 1(1): 55-72. [John B. Burch]
Notes on the classification of freshwater limpets. (Abstract). The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1962, Bulletin No. 29: 8-9. [John B. Burch]

1961

Paper chromatography in systematic research. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1960, Bulletin No. 27: 15-16. [John B. Burch]
A soil protozoan infecting land snails. [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1960, Bulletin No. 27: 23-24.
Some cytological aspects of Acroloxus lacustris (Linnaeus). [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1961, Bulletin No. 28: 15-16. [John B. Burch]
Chromosome of Planorbarius corneus (Linnaeus), with a discussion on the value of chromosome numbers in snail systematics. Basteria, 25(4/5): 45-52. [John B. Burch]

1960

Chromosomes of Pomatiopsis and Oncomelania. (Abstract). The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1959, Bulletin No. 26: 15-16. [John B. Burch]
Some snails and slugs of quarantine significance to the United States. Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, 82(1): i-iv, 1-73, pls. 1-4. [John B. Burch]
The chromosomes of Gyraulus circumstriatus, a freshwater snail. Nature, 186(4723): 497-498.
Chromosomes of Physa gyrina Say (Mollusca: Pulmonata). Journal de Conchyliologie, 100(2): 49-54. [John B. Burch & Linda L. Bush]
Chromosome morphology of aquatic pulmonate snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda). Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 79(4): 451-461. . [John B. Burch]
Hermaphroditism in the Sea Scallop, Placopecten magellanicus (Gmelin). The Biological Bulletin, 119(2): 197-201. [Arthur S. Merrill & John B. Burch]
Chromosome studies of aquatic pulmonate snails. The Nucleus, 3(2): 177-208. . [John B. Burch]
Chromosome numbers in ancylid snails. Revista Portuguesa de Zoologia e Biologia Geral, 2(3/4): 199-204. [John B. Burch, Paul F. Basch & Linda L. Bush]
Chromosome numbers in schistosome vector snails. Zeitschrift für Tropenmedizin und Parasitologie, 11(4): 449-452. [John B. Burch]
Some snails and slugs of quarantine significance to the United States. Sterkiana, (2): 13-53, pls. 1-8. [John B. Burch]

1959

Chromosomes of aquatic pulmonate snails (Basommatophora). [Abstract]. The American Malacological Union Annual Reports, 1958, Bulletin No. 25: 9-10. [John B. Burch]
Chromosomes of aquatic pulmonate snails (Basommatophora). [Abstract]. Dissertation Abstracts, 20(4): 1487-1488. [John B. Burch]

1958

Taxonomic characters and infraspecific variation in mollusks. Systematic Zoology, 7(1):48. [John B. Burch & Fred G. Thompson]

1957

Distribution of land snails in plant associations in eastern Virginia. [concluded]. The Nautilus, 70(3): 103-105. [John B. Burch]
Key to the genera of freshwater gastropods (snails and limpets) occurring in Michigan. Museum of Zoo-logy, The University of Michigan, Circular No. 3, pp. 1-8. [Harold J. Walter & John B. Burch]
Three new Mexican land snails of the Genus Humboldtiana. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoo-logy, The University of Michigan, No. 590: 1-11, pls. 1-5. [John B. Burch & Fred G. Thompson]

1956

Distribution of land snails in plant associations in eastern Virginia. The Nautilus, 70(2): 60-64. [John B. Burch]

1955

The land snails of Hanover, Henrico, and Chesterfield counties, Virginia. The Virginia Journal of Science, 6(3): 154-162. [John B. Burch]
Some ecological factors of the soil affecting the distribution and abundance of land snails in eastern Virginia. The Nautilus, 69(2): 62-69. [John B. Burch]

1954

The land snails of Henrico County, Virginia. The Nautilus, 68(1): 30-33. [John B. Burch]

1952

A preliminary list of the Mollusca of Hanover County, Virginia. The Nautilus, 66(2): 60-63. [John B. Burch]