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Bulletin’s First 100th Anniversary Issue

In this centennial year, Bulletin editor Ed Johnson will be focusing on articles outlining ESA history and related themes in addition to regular reports. The January issue contains a nice launch of this series celebrating the 100th anniversary. ESA Founders

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Yale University Libraries

Sterling Memorial Library, Manuscripts and Archives 120 High Street New Haven, CT 06511 mssa.assist@yale.edu (203) 432-1735 Lindeman (Raymond) Papers, MS 815, 3.5 linear ft Hutchinson (G. Evelyn) Papers, MS 649, 47.75 linear ft Huntington (Ellsworth) Papers, MS 1, 355 boxes

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Southeastern Chapter

The Southeastern Chapter, the oldest continuously operating ESA chapter, has been active since 1976. The objectives of the Southeastern Chapter are to encourage education and research and to sponsor meetings for the communication of ecological education and research activities of

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South American Chapter

This chapter was established in 2008 to encourage research and education in ecology and its applications throughout South America, to foster communication and the development of collaborative links among ecologists through the support of regional scientific meetings, conferences, workshops and

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Mexico Chapter

In 2003, the Mexico Chapter organized. The objective of this Chapter is to encourage education and research, to sponsor meetings for the communication of ecological education and research activities, to provide scientific information to those interested in the ecology of

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Canada Chapter

ESA’s Canadian members joined together in 1992 as the Quebec Chapter. In 2000, the chapter’s scope was broadened to encompass all of Canada. The objective of this Chapter is to encourage education and research, to sponsor meetings for the communication

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Applied Ecology Section

The Applied Ecology Section is one of the oldest and most active sections of ESA. This section facilitates communication about applying ecological principles to solve practical environmental problems, and encourages liaison with specialists in policy, administration, planning, health, agriculture and

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Mid-Atlantic Chapter

Originally formed in 1983 as the Metropolitan Washington Chapter, which became inactive in 1999. Reorganized in 2002 as the Mid-Atlantic Chapter, this group encourages communication among professional ecologists of the metropolitan areas of the Mid-Atlantic and vicinity. Chapter website The

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Rocky Mountain Chapter

Originally formed in 1982 as the Central Rockies Chapter. The Rocky Mountain Chapter encourages education and research and sponsors meetings for the communication of ecological education and research activities of special interest to ecologists in the Rocky Mountain Region of

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ESA’s Fourth Decade: The Post-War Years

By Kiyoko Miyanishi Reprinted from the ESA Bulletin, Vol 95(4), October 2014, pp 303-317. ESA’s fourth decade (1946–1955) coincided with the start of the Cold War, and the Society was not immune to its impact. The September 1951 Bulletin reported

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