Announcing the First ESA Millennium Conference


The Governing Board of the Ecological Society of America (ESA) invites proposals for the first ESA Millennium Conference. The new Millennium Conference Series provides ESA members the opportunity to organize special conferences highlighting emerging, exciting ideas in ecology with the endorsement and support of the Society. Organizers are encouraged to work across disciplinary boundaries, engage compelling speakers, and produce high-quality publications. The target date for this first Millennium Conference is early 2009.

To submit a proposal, review the Call for Proposals on line at and send your proposal to by October 31, 2007. Proposals will be reviewed by a committee appointed by the President of ESA and decisions will be announced by December 21, 2007.

For further information, contact Aleta Wiley, ESA Program Assistant, at

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