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Awards > Edward S. Deevey Student Award in Paleoecology [policies]
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.
2005Zoe V. Finkel
2002Lynn L. Anderson
2001Robert K. Booth
Philip Higuera, Honorable mention. Identifying disturbance signatures in small-hollow sediments: the potential for long-term, high-resolution forest history records.
2000Holly A. Ewing
Robert K. Booth, Honorable mention. Testate amoebae as wetland paleoenvironmental indicators: a modern study of testate amoeba assemblages in Lake Superior coastal wetlands.
Bryan Shuman, Honorable mention. Vegetation response to late-glacial and early Holocene climate change in New England.
Holly A. Ewing , Honorable mention. A history of soil development in northern Wisconsin inferred from new geochemical techniques
1998 Tim Parshall
Jason McLachlan , honorable mention. Delayed density-dependence in forest tree species inferred from high-resolution pollen data
Wyatt Oswald , honorable mention. W. Oswald, L. Brubaker, P. Anderson. Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Alaskan North Slope: an interpretation using indicator taxa
Laura Luecking , honorable mention. L. Luecking, R. Brugam. Presettlement vegetation of Macoupin County.
Tim Parshall , honorable mention. Tim Parshall, R. Calcote. Interpreting fossil pollen from forest hollows using modern analogs: The 'background' of the problem
1996 Providence Sara Hotchkiss
Dirk Verschuren , honorable mention. Pattern and mechanism of change in the invertebrate community of fluctuating tropical lake basins (Lakes Naivasha and Sonachi, Kenya). Bulletin 78:
Zicheng Yu , honorable mention. Responses of vegetation and lake to late glacial climate changes in southern Ontario: a multi-proxy paleoecological investigation. Bulletin 78:
1994William H. Petty
Peter K. Van de Water , honorable mention
1992 No award