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New from ESA
If you direct a biological infrastructure project (such as a digital data resource, field station, laboratory, or collection) you may be a perfect candidate to attend our new training course: Sustaining Biological Infrastructure: Strategies for Success. Applications to attend the June 2014 course in the Washington DC area are being accepted until March 24. Visit the Sustaining Biological Infrastructure (SBI) website for more details!
Journals and Publications
Despite its striking appearance, the Southern Ground Hornbill is a difficult-to-detect species whose range has declined in recent decades. In the March issue of Ecological Applications, Broms et al. demonstrate that, at the southernmost tip of its range, the Southern Ground Hornbill is largely dependent on the protected lands within national park boundaries. Photo credit: Nicole Weprin.
The 99th Annual Meeting will be held August 10-15, 2014, in Sacramento, CA. The theme for the meeting is “From Oceans to Mountains: It’s All Ecology.”
ESA 99th Annual Meeting in Sacramento
The deadline for companies and organizations to sign up to participate at the ESA 99th Annual Meeting may be months away, but exhibit space and print advertising are selling well. To ensure your preferred locations for each, please don’t delay in submitting the required Application Form. Prospectus of Opportunities, and related documents can be found under Exhibitors tab at the meeting web site, www.esa.org/sacramento.