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All Awards Table

The table below contains all society award winners. For a table of only a particular award winner, please see the individual award pages or use the filtering options in the table footer.

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ESA charter member answers in the 1917 handbook

See 1917 Handbook as Spreadsheet for more information.

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Presidents

In the Society’s early decades, the President was elected annually to serve for one calendar year. By 1950, the annual meeting had settled into mid-year dates and was no longer held in late December. Therefore, beginning in 1968, the term

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Mercer Award

The Mercer Award is given for an outstanding ecological research paper published within the past two years by a younger researcher (the lead author of the paper must be 40 years of age or younger at the time of publication).

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Eminent Ecologist Award

The Eminent Ecologist Award began in 1953 as the Distinguished Ecologist Award and was given its current name the following year. It is presented to a senior ecologist in recognition of an outstanding body of ecological work or of sustained

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The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America

The Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, issued quarterly, contains announcements of meetings of the Society and related organizations, programs, awards, articles, and items of current interest to members. From 1917 to today, the Bulletin provides a record of

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The British Ecological Society’s Centennial

The British Ecological Society is celebrating their centennial this year. To reflect on all they’ve accomplished, they’ve compiled a list of 100 of the best papers in their archives – with commentary! See the results here.

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Alfred Clarence Redfield

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Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

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John W. Marr, Colorado Ecosystems

John W. Marr 1914-1989 Observing Colorado Ecosystems Through his teaching and research at the University of Colorado, Boulder, John Marr introduced many students to the ecology of the Front Range of Colorado. In 1951, he founded the Mountain Research Station

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