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Ecological Society of America Announces Newly Elected Leaders

(December 8, 2021) – ESA is pleased to announce the results of its recent election for five positions on its Governing Board and two positions for its Board of Professional Certification.

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ESA Selects EEE Scholars

(October 28, 2021) – The Ecological Society of America is pleased to announce the recipients of the first cohort of the ESA Excellence in Ecology (EEE) Scholars: Dr. Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, Dr. Theresa Wei Ying Ong, Dr. Adriana Lucia Romero-Olivares, and Dr. Erika S. Zavaleta.

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California Department of Natural Resources Secretary Crowfoot Selected as the 2021 ESA Regional Policy Award Winner

(July 21, 2021) – The Ecological Society of America (ESA) will present its 14th annual Regional Policy Award to California’s Secretary for the Natural Resources Agency Wade Crowfoot on Monday, Aug. 2, at 10:00 EDT during the 2021 ESA Annual Meeting’s Opening Plenary.

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Ecological Society of America announces 2020 Fellows

The Ecological Society of America (ESA) is pleased to announce its 2020 Fellows. The Society’s fellowship program recognizes the many ways in which its members contribute to ecological research and discovery, communication, education and pedagogy, and management and policy.

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ESA voices concern about proposed changes to EPA’s use of scientific data

Wednesday April 25, 2018 For Immediate Release Contact: Alison Mize, 202-833-8773 ext. 205, gro.asenull@nosila The Ecological Society of America is concerned with reports that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing a rule that would require all data from scientific studies be made public and be reproducible. Over the past 50 years the EPA has worked to protect public health…

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Lizards, mice, bats and other vertebrates are important pollinators too

Bees are not the only animals that carry pollen from flower to flower. Species with backbones, among them bats, birds, mice, and even lizards, also serve as pollinators. Although less familiar as flower visitors than insect pollinators, vertebrate pollinators are more likely to have coevolved tight relationships of high value to the plants they service, supplying essential reproductive aid for which few or no other species may substitute.

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Katherine McCarter, ESA executive for 20 years until 2018

ESA Selects 2018 Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award Recipients

RELEASE DATE: Wednesday, 21 March 2018 Contact: Alison Mize, gro.asenull@nosila, (202) 833-8773 ext. 205     The Ecological Society of America (ESA) is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s Katherine S. McCarter Graduate Student Policy Award (GSPA). This award provides graduate students with the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C. for policy experience and training. Ten recipients were…

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Ecological Society of America announces 2018 Fellows

The Ecological Society of America (ESA) is pleased to announce its 2018 Fellows. The Society’s fellowship program recognizes the many ways in which its members contribute to ecological research and discovery, communication, education and pedagogy, and management and policy.

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