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Clever, witty text here John M. Aikman Frederick W. Albertson W. Clark Ashby Stanley I. Auerbach Charles R. Barnes Ann M. Bartuska Fakhri Bazzaz Harris M. Benedict May R. Berenbaum Charles E. Bessey W. Dwight Billings

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Clarence F. Korstian

Clarence F. Korstian Born: Saline Co, NE 6/26/1889; died 2/23/1968 Education: Nebraska (B.S. F. 1911; M.F. 1913); Southeast Christian Coll (A.M. 1924); Yale (Ph.D. 1926) Dissertation title: Factors controlling germination and early survival in oaks (Yale Sch. of Forestry Bulletin

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Diversity Award

The Commitment to Human Diversity in Ecology Award (formerly the Diversity Award) provides recognition of long-standing contributions of an individual towards increasing the diversity of future ecologists through mentoring, teaching, or outreach.

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Corporate Awards

The Corporate Award was established in 1988 to recognize a corporation, business, or individual that has demonstrated accomplishments in incorporating sound ecological concepts, knowledge, and/or practices into its planning and operating procedures. In 2008 the award became an occasional award

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Transeau Resolution of Respect

EDGAR NELSON TRANSEAU 1875-1960 President (1924) of the E.S.A. As published in the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, Vol. 41, No. 2 (Jun, 1960), pp. 62-64. At Jstor stable URL. The greatest contribution of Edgar Nelson Transeau is

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Some Commentary on Distinguished Ecologists

Published as: Of Interest to Ecologists Presented by Robert Burgess at the Annual ESA Banquet, Pennsylvania State University, 10 August 1982. The Ecological Society of America is honored tonight by the presence of so many Eminent Ecologists and Past Presidents.

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Biography Table

This table contains biographical information and links for important members of ESA. Please help us fill it in!

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1926 photo identification

Ecology photograph, IV International Botanical Congress, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. August 18, 1926 According to the records of Bob Burgess, the photograph includes 16 charter members of the Ecological Society of America (Bray, Cooper, Cowles, Dana, Fuller, Gates, Gleason,

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