On behalf of the NOAA Science Advisory Board (SAB), we would like you to know that the SAB is currently soliciting nominations for its Ecosystem Sciences and Management Working Group.
On Saturday, March 8, ESA heaquarters, both our downtown DC office and our Silver Spring, MD Frontiers/Education offices, will move into gleaming new space at 1990 M Street NW, Suite 700, Washington, DC 20036. The telephone number for all ESA offices will be the same as the current DC number, 202-833-8773; emails are not affected by the move. We look forward to greeting visitors in our new home.
The National Science Foundation’s Division of Environmental Biology (DEB) is searching for three permanent program directors; one in each of three clusters: Ecosystem Science Cluster, Population and Evolutionary Processes Cluster, and Systematic Biology and Biodiversity Inventories Cluster.
It has been quite awhile since we have communicated with you. This is largely due to two factors. First, much of the recent work of NEON has involved getting our business systems in place, hiring new staff, writing NSF proposals to keep the funding stream flowing, and getting the new Boulder office up and running.
Donâ€™t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to travel to Alaska with the SEEDS program! The spring SEEDS field trip will be to the Bonanza Creek LTER from May 25-31 with the theme of â€œecology on the edge: polar ecosystems and their response to climate changeâ€. SEEDS serves undergraduate students who are underrepresented in the ecology profession. Applications is now closed!Â Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Contributed...