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About the chapter

About the chapter

The Chapter has a two-fold vision: To promote, develop and coordinate regional-to continental-scale research and education activities, and to promote ESA’s relevancy to existing and emerging ecological issues in the Southwest, including Mexico.

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Research Highlights

Research Highlights

Ever wondered where Southwestern Chapter members are working? Want to increase the visibility of your research? We are making it easy for you to contribute your published works to JournalMap!

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2019 Awardees

2019 Awardees

Courtney Currier is one of 2019's travel award winners for her research on phenological controls of productivity and plant-soil nutrient cycling in drylands

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News

  • ESA Southwestern Chapter Communicating Science Workshop

    ESA Member Opportunity Attend the ESA Southwestern Chapter Communicating Science Workshop **Travel Awards of up to $200.00 will be given to each attendee as a supplement for travel costs.** RSVP now Reserve your spot now.  June 7, 10:00 am-5:00 pm  Northern Arizona University, 1100 S Beaver Street 86011 Attend and hone your science communication skills. Learn how to effectively communicate…

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  • ESA Southwestern Chapter Travel Award 2019

    Southwestern Chapter Student Travel Award (2019) The Southwest Chapter of ESA is sponsoring travel grants to help support student travel to the 2019 ESA meeting. Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Requirements: a. The student or the faculty mentor must be a current member of the Southwest Chapter; b. the student must be giving an oral presentation…

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  • Beyond traditional ecological restoration on the Colorado Plateau

    Winkler et al. 2018 published a commentary in Restoration Ecology on the challenges and opportunities restoration practitioners, land managers, and researchers face on the Colorado Plateau. They provide a multi-stakeholder perspective on what the future of restoration ecology may look like and how this public land-dominated region of the country may be able to meet its management goals for decades to come….

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