Meetings of the Ecological Society of America> 1990 Meeting –Snowbird, Utah
Meeting theme: Perspectives in Ecology: Past, Present and Future
- Changing perspectives on some long-standing problems in ecology. Organized by Richard Root & Donald Shure.
- The shift from an equilibrium to a non-equilibrium paradigm in ecology. Organized by S.T.A. Pickett & Margaret Davis.
- A strategic plan for ecology for the 1990's: An interim report. Organized by Jane Lubchenco.
- Motivations for ecological research: How they have changed through the years. Organized by Emily Russell and William Kimler.
- Towards an historical ecology: Theory and method. Organized by Grace Brush and William Cronon.
- Predicting the consequences of deliberate environmental releases of genetically-engineered organisms. Organized by Richard Wetzler.
- Long-term dynamics of vegetational patterns in mountainous regions of North America. Organized by Jane Beiswenger and Stephen Jackson.
- Experimental approaches to host-parasite population dynamics. Organized by Win Grosholz and Greg Dwyer.
- Physiological ecology: Its link to ecosystems and the atmosphere. Organized by Elisabeth Holland and Stuart Chapin III.
- Theoretical and empirical approaches to the study of inducible defenses in plants and animals. Organized by Drew Harvell.
- Climate, fire and forests: Understanding vegetation dynamics in western conifer forests. Organized by David Parsons & Norm Christensen.
- Long-term consequences of cumulative disturbances on stream dynamics. Organized by Alan Covich and Charles Hawkins.
- Historical and geographical determinants of community diversity. Organized by Robert Ricklefs and Dolph Schluter.
- Ecology of the 1988 Yellowstone fires. Organized by Mark Boyce.