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2005 90th ESA symposium:
Ecological Impacts of Asia on Global Sustainability at Multiple Scales

Organizers:
Young D. Choi, Purdue University, Calumet Richard N. Mack, Washington State University; ShiLi Miao, South Florida Water Management District; Changhui Peng.

Highlight 2004 Co-organize Beijing International Symposium on Biological Invasions: Species Exchanges between Eastern Asia and North America:

2004 89th ESA symposium:
Biological Invasions: Species Exchanges Between Eastern Asia and North America

Organizers:
Young D. Choi, Purdue University, Calumet Richard N. Mack, Washington State University ShiLi Miao, South Florida Water Management District Harbin Li, USDA Forest Service

2004 Co-organize Beijing International Symposium on Biological Invasions: Species Exchanges between Eastern Asia and North America:
Threats to Environment and Economy, held June 8-15 2004 in Beijing, China. The main organizers of the Symposium were the Institute of Beijing, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Sino-Ecologists Club Overseas.
A special issue will be come up in 2005 on the Journal of Biological Invasions.

2003 88th ESA Evening session:
Cross-Continental Invasions of Wetland Non-Indigenous Species: Comparing the Experience among Asia, America, and Europe

Organizers:
ShiLi Miao, South Florida Water Management District Young D. Choi, Purdue University, Calumet

1997 ESA Symposium

ESA Symposium: Accelerated Changes in Asian Ecosystems: The Consequences of Human Actions and Economic Development.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1:15-5:15 p.m.

Organized by YUDE PAN, The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543, PAUL MOU, Department of Forestry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061, and JERRY M. MELILLO, The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 02543. Sponsored by the Asian Ecological Section, and the International Relationship Committee. BALLROOM B (West Complex-Upper Level)

  • Jerry Melillo (Marine Biology laboratory, MA, USA): Introduction to N cycle in China.
  • David Schimel (National Center for Atmosphere Research, CO, USA): China-US N cycle comparison.
  • Dennis Ojima (Colorado State U, CO): Land use in temperate East Asia.
  • Guanghui Lin (Biosphere 2, AZ, USA): Effect of sweage discharge on a mangrove forest in China.
  • Nobukazu Nakagoshi (Hiroshima U., Hiroshima, Japan): Natural and historical disturbances in forest ecosystems in Japan.
  • Sui-Li Huang (National Chung-Hsing University, Taipei, China): Urban ecosystem and indicators of sustainable urban development for Taipei.
  • Changman Won (Forestry Research Institute, Seoul, South Korea): History and current status of the terrestrial mammals of the Korean Peninsula.
  • Andrew Smith (Arizona State U., AZ, USA): Bio-diversity on the roof of the world: Strategies for sustainability.

1996 ESA Symposium

ESA Symposium: Current and Emerging Ecological and Environmental Issues in Asia.

 

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