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#SketchYourScience at ESA 2014

Can you describe your research with a sketch? What would you draw? Johanna...

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#IAmANaturalist storified

On Monday, ESA’s Natural History Section asked you to tweet your...

ESA Policy News September 10: Congress aims to avoid shutdown, ESA reaffirms opposition to travel bill

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#IAmANaturalist reclaim the name campaign celebrates natural history research

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Pikas on Ice

Another fine guest post from Holly Menninger and the ESA2014 EcoCommCrew: Adorable and fuzzy, American pikas have become the spokes-critter for the consequences of climate change in alpine areas. Pika sketch by biological illustrator, Jennifer Landin.

Finding the right words: A study of how and why we communicate our science with non-peers

Lesley Knoll and Peter Levi want to know how their fellow ecological...

In India, vaccination, sterilization of stray dogs curbs rabies better than culls

When people encounter stray dogs in Jaipur, India, they cross the street to...

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