The Theoretical Ecology Section of the ESA is proud to announce the fourteenth annual Alfred J. Lotka prize for the best poster and Vito Volterra prize for the best talk given by students during the ESA annual meeting.
THIS STORY about a man and fish (a shortraker rockfish, Sebastes borealis) started as a little local news spot in the Daily Sitka Sentinel in late June – man catches record-breaking 39.08-pound rockfish! Could be 200 years old! [Update 7/8/2013 -- The Alaska Dispatch reported Friday that Alaska Fish and Game determined the fish was only 64 years old. -- Thanks to Benjamin Walther for the tip.] It suddenly blew up into a wide-release...
If you’ve ever thought that botany doesn’t involve enough time travel, you are not alone. Plant ecologists studying climate change and and the timing of flowering are constantly wondering ‘is this happening when it used to happen?’ My job would be infinitely easier if I had access to a time machine.
Want to stem biodiversity loss, enhance fresh water supplies, curtail climate change AND improve people’s lives? Then change modern agriculture.
Are human choices redefining the fitness of an ancient survival strategy?
Eighteen ecologists weigh in on new data in a Forum in Ecology.