The Edward S. Deevey Award is given by the Paleoecology Section of the ESA to honor Deevey's contributions through fostering the highest quality paleoecological research by graduate students. The award recognizes the best oral or poster presentation in paleoecology by a graduate student at the annual meeting of the Society.
|2010||Shelly D. Crausbay
Co-authored by Sara Hotchkiss
|Species assemblages and fire dynamics over the past ~3,300 years at an upper montane cloud forest in Hawaíi.|
Co-authored by Katherine Willis and Cynthia Froy
Honorable mention: Shawn Whiteman
Co-authored by A. Boyer and Felisa Smith
Determination of baseline ecological conditions in the Galápagos Islands.
A tale of two continents: ecology, phylogeny, and body size in the great American biotic interchange
|2008||Larisa R.G. DeSantis
Co-authored by Robert S. Ferenec and Bruce J. MacFadden.
|Effects of global warming on ancient mammalian communities and their environments.|
|2007||Leila M. (Zajac) Gonzales
Co-authored by Jack W. Williams and Rick Nordheim.
|Modeling late-glacial no-analog climates with expanded response surfaces.|
Co-author Sara Hotchkiss
|Reconstructing historical patterns of jack pine budworm outbreaks in forest hollows from Wisconsin.|
|2005||Zoe V. Finkel||Climatically driven macro-evolutionary change in the size of marine planktonic diatoms.|
|2004||Jason McLachlan||The importance of small populations in the postglacial dynamics of eastern forests.|
|2003||Don Falk||The event-area relationship: Scale dependence in the fire regime of a New Mexico ponderosa pine forest.|
|2002||Lynn L. Anderson||A molecular-genetic approach to understanding the postglacial migration history of Picea in North America.|
|2001||Robert K. Booth
Honorable mention: Philip Higuera
|A high-resolution record of late Holocene surface-moisture changes from a Michigan raised bog.
Identifying disturbance signatures in small-hollow sediments: the potential for long-term, high-resolution forest history records.
|2000||Holly A. Ewing
Honorable mention: Robert K. Booth
Honorable mention: Bryan Shuman
|The influence of substrate on long-term ecosystem development and its paleoecological record.
Testate amoebae as wetland paleoenvironmental indicators: a modern study of testate amoeba assemblages in Lake Superior coastal wetlands.
Vegetation response to late-glacial and early Holocene climate change in New England.
Honorable mention: Holly A. Ewing
|Holocene fire history in a coastal temperate rainforest, Vancouver Island.
A history of soil development in northern Wisconsin inferred from new geochemical techniques.
Honorable mention: Jason McLachlan
|Variation in establishment of hemlock stands and their response to logging in northwestern Wisconsin.
Delayed density-dependence in forest tree species inferred from high-resolution pollen data.
Honorable mention: Wyatt Oswald
Honorable mention: L. Luecking, R. Brugam
Honorable mention: Tim Parshall, R. Calcote
|Evidence for spruce migration and full glacial vegetation for Jan Lake, Alaska.
W. Oswald, L. Brubaker, P. Anderson. Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Alaskan North Slope: an interpretation using indicator taxa.
Presettlement vegetation of Macoupin County.
Interpreting fossil pollen from forest hollows using modern analogs: The 'background' of the problem.
|1996||Providence Sara Hotchkiss
Honorable mention: Dirk Verschuren
Honorable mention: Zicheng Yu
|A 29,000 year record of vegetation and fire history from Kohala Mountain, Hawaii. Bulletin 77:
Pattern and mechanism of change in the invertebrate community of fluctuating tropical lake basins (Lakes Naivasha and Sonachi, Kenya). Bulletin 78:
Responses of vegetation and lake to late glacial climate changes in southern Ontario: a multi-proxy paleoecological investigation. Bulletin 78:
|1995||Andrea Lloyd||Andrea Lloyd & L. Graumlich. Spatial & temporal patterns of change at treeline in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA. Bulletin 76:|
|1994||William H. Petty
Honorable mention: Peter K. Van de Water
|Holocene vegetation history and Lake Michigan lake-level fluctuations on the southern shore of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Abstract not published.|
|1993||Randy Calcote||Pollen from forest hollows as a stand-scale record of forest changes. Bulletin 74(Suppl):183.|
|1991||Shinya Sugita||Palynological records of forest disturbance and development on Mount Rainier, Washington. Bulletin 72(Suppl):261.lakes.|