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Standing up against anti-Asian racism

Qianna Xu and Lin Jiang reflect on recent violence against Asian communities and provide resources for practicing anti-racism and allyship.

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NEON-ESA Early Career Scholars Share Their Experience at ESA2020

In 2020, NEON and the Ecological Society of America established a NEON-ESA Early Career Scholars (NECS) program to cultivate and support a group of early career scholars. Read some excerpts from our Early Career Scholars talking about their experience.

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The Ecology of Bourbon Country

By Bruce A. Byers Just north of what is now Frankfort, Kentucky, the capital of the state, the Kentucky River, flowing north at that point, makes a right-angle bend to the west. Sandbars developed at that turn, creating a shallow ford where bison crossed the river on annual migrations from east to west and back. Daniel Boone passed here, following…

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