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National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) to Have Large Virtual Presence at Ecological Society of America’s 2020 Annual Meeting

by Battelle/NEON 7/30/2020 Read this release at Battelle: https://www.battelle.org/newsroom/press-releases/press-releases-detail/national-ecological-observatory-network-(neon)-to-have-large-virtual-presence-at-ecological-society-of-america-s-2020-annual-meeting BOULDER, Colorado (July 30, 2020)—At the 2020 ESA Virtual Meeting, NEON scientists will be joining and hosting virtual sessions to present their latest ecological developments and provide insights on new avenues of research that empower scientists to more capably address complex questions and pressing issues in ecology. The 2020 ESA Meeting, “Harnessing the Ecological Data Revolution,” is focused on the massive…

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LTER at ESA 2020

by the LTER Network 7/30/2020 Read this release at LTER: https://lternet.edu/stories/lter-at-esa-2020/ The year 2020 is the 40th anniversary of the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network and we were looking forward to grand celebration at the Ecological Society of America’s 2020 Meeting. While we cannot share our enthusiasm in person this year, meeting participants will find a cornucopia of pre-recorded…

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PHENOLOGY AT ESA 2020

by USA National Phenology Network 7/20/2020 Read this release at USA NPN: https://www.usanpn.org/ESA2020  USA National Phenology Network staff and partners will be attending the Ecological Society of America’s virtual meeting from August 3-6, 2020. Find us at the following sessions: SYMP 4: Indigenous Phenology: New Mindsets for Working Among Worldviews (17264) Alyssa H. Rosemartin1,2, Valerie Small3,4, Katie Jones5,6, (1)National Coordinating Office, USA National Phenology…

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CASC Presentations at the 2020 Ecological Society of America (ESA) Meeting

by USGS  7/20/2020 Read this release at USGS: https://www.usgs.gov/center-news/casc-presentations-2020-ecological-society-america-esa-meeting 2020 Ecological Society of America meeting (August 3- August 6, 2020) Session Information Salt Lake City, UT Participating in the2020 Ecological Society of America (ESA) virtual meeting (August 3- August 6, 2020)? Check out these presentations from leadership, staff, and affiliates of the Climate Adaptation Science Centers! The theme for this year’s meeting…

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Support Aggie Researchers Virtually at the 2020 ESA Annual Meeting

by Utah State University 7/20/2020 The Ecological Society of America (ESA) will be holding its first ever completely virtual annual meeting on Aug. 3-6, 2020. Utah State University has impressive representation, with 60 scheduled talks and posters from over 50 student, post-doctoral and faculty researchers. This year’s meeting format makes participation easy. All talks and posters will be available online beginning Monday,…

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Media Tip Sheet: Insect Declines

The presentations listed here discuss some of the latest research relating to insect conservation: trends, threats and known impacts. All will be presented at the Ecological Society of America’s upcoming virtual annual meeting, August 3–6, 2020, and will be available on-demand to registered attendees.

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Media Tip Sheet: Zoonotic Diseases

These presentations, available on-demand to registered attendees of the Ecological Society of America’s upcoming virtual meeting, August 3-6, 2020, describe efforts to apply ecological theory and tools to the fight against zoonotic diseases.

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Media Tip Sheet: Going High-Tech in Ecology

These presentations feature ecological research that harnesses high-tech advances in new and exciting ways. All will be presented at the Ecological Society of America’s upcoming virtual annual meeting, August 3–6, 2020.

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Hardwood-Cypress Swamps, Unlikely Fire Hazards

By U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station 7/7/2020 In parts of the southeastern U.S., one unlikely forest type has great potential for extreme fire behavior: hardwood-cypress swamps. These shallow wetlands can work with their more frequently burned neighbors, pine flatwoods, to wreak havoc by easily igniting and sustaining tremendous wildfires, thus depleting carbon storage in these forests. Hardwood-cypress swamps and…

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