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New from ESA

ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION SECTION: ESA is pleased to announce a new section, formed to promote theoretical and applied research, teaching, communication, grant development, and collaboration on ecological restoration. Check out their first networking event with section co-chairs Kris Hulvey and Elise Gornishon on Tuesday, Aug. 11, 6:30-8:00 PM at the Annual Meeting in Baltimore.

CENTENNIAL PAPERS: Notable papers from ESA Journals are open access for the rest of 2015. Discover or rediscover these seminal papers and join the conversation! Members are invited to read and submit commentaries. Browse the centennial collections for: Ecology, Ecological Monographs, Ecological Applications, Frontiers, Ecosphere.

Annual Meeting CENTENNIAL SESSIONS: ESA’s Historical Records Committee‘s July Newsletter is a special centennial edition, listing links to sessions with historical themes at the upcoming Annual Meeting in Baltimore. PDF: HRC News July 2015

 

Journals and Publications

Frontiers August 2015

The Arctic and Antarctic regions face similar threats from human activities. In the August issue of Frontiers, Bennett et al. suggest that international collaboration and the sharing of scientific information between the poles can help improve environmental management and conservation.

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Annual Meeting

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2015 Annual Meeting:
ESA’s Centennial Celebration

ESA’s 100th Annual Meeting will be held August 9-14, 2015. Join us in beautiful downtown Baltimore to celebrate ESA’s first century and usher in the next. www.esa.org/baltimore