ESA donates $16,615 in carbon offsets to Minnesota re-forestation project
Oct04

ESA donates $16,615 in carbon offsets to Minnesota re-forestation project

Two years ago, Lee Frelich was sitting in a committee meeting when the idea came to him: the Ecological Society should plant a forest. ESA sets aside $5 for every person attending the Annual Meeting to offset the environmental costs of travel to the meeting location. This year, on Frelich’s advice, the Society wrote a check to a Minnesota non-profit devoted to restoration of local lands and waters.

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What’s the Future of Ecologist-Communicators?
Aug15
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John Foley – climate change is a ‘civilization problem’
Aug06
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Slime, spores…fungi!
Aug01

Slime, spores…fungi!

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Unexpected cannibals
Jul31

Unexpected cannibals

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Viper tick removal service
Jul30

Viper tick removal service

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Connecting the global to the local – agricultural landscapes from field to orbit
Jul29
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Bridging the public-private land divide for conservation
Jul25

Bridging the public-private land divide for conservation

For much of the world, high-intensity industrial farming produces food with high efficiency, but puts the squeeze on other plant and animal life. Wildlife is mostly sequestered on preserves. But is this the best way to maximize food and biodiversity? Or are there other configurations that might improve mobility of wildlife and benefit other ecosystem services without cost (and possibly with benefit) to private land owners?

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Call for nominations! Joan Ehrenfeld Award for Best Student Presentation in Urban Ecology
Jul18
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Students! Nominate yourselves for the Lotka and Volterra awards for theoretical ecology at #ESA2013
Jul11

Students! Nominate yourselves for the Lotka and Volterra awards for theoretical ecology at #ESA2013

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.

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