The E. Lucy Braun Award is given annually for the outstanding poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society by an undergraduate or graduate student or a person with a doctorate who has completed defense of thesis within the previous nine months.
Climate-induced temporal variation in diversity–productivity relationships.
2005Phoebe L. Zarnetske
Modeling Forest Bird Species' Habitat with Extant Presence Points and Generated Pseudo-Absence Points in Utah.
The role of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning: a removal experiment in the Patagonian
2003Sean T. Michaletz
A process based approach for predicting surface fire effects on trees.
Lina Taneva , honorable mention
2002Timothy L. Dickson
Constraints on plant diversity at high productivity: isolating the role of light limitation.
2001 Antonio Golubski
Multiple partners: possible impacts on mycorrhizal community dynamics and diversity.
2000David E. Lytle
Constraints on forest regrowth following 19th century clear-cutting and fire.
Macrogeographic variation in fecundity, offspring size and host plant use in a polyphagous moth.
1998Kara L. Webster
The population dynamics of limber pine ( Pinus flexilis ) in the Southern Canadian Rocky Mountains.
1997Caren C. Dymond
Subalpine community composition along topographically modeled resource gradients in a South Eastern Canadian Rockies watershed.
1996Andrew P. Beckerman
Mechanistic competition experiments: an included niche scenario for two grasshopper species in an old field community.
1995Stephan M. Ogle
Exotic plant invasion and ecosystem features at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota.
Mark D. Bowen , honorable mention
1994Karen L. Kandl
Inbreeding, family, and genotype affect environmental tolerance of mosquitofish. Bulletin 75(Suppl):105.
Rebecca A. Young , honorable mention
1993Rebecca A. Reed
Nutrient supply available to species colonizing gaps in chalk grassland. Bulletin 74(Suppl):404.
Stephen B. Heard , honorable mention
1992Jennifer H. Mattei
Cost and benefits of chemical defense production in Brassica cultivars. Bulletin 73(Suppl):264.
Shuijin Hu , honorable mention
Janet A. Morrison , honorable mention
1991Amy Daum Rosemond
An autumnal shift from herbivory to detritivory in a woodland stream and the consequent effects on the algae. Bulletin 72(Suppl):234.
Brian S. Pederson , honorable mention
1990Barbara A. Roy
Pollinator theft by a fungus. Bulletin 71(Suppl):309.
Bruce K. Orr , honorable mention
1989Silvia I. Strauss-Debenedetti
Responses to light in tropical Moraceae of different successional stages. Bulletin 70(Suppl):274.
Diane M. Cinquemeni , honorable mention
1988Nancy L. Munn
Substrate-specific nutrient uptake in two small streams: an intersite comparison. Abstract not published
G.I. Fryer , honorable mention