Chapters

Canada Chapter: The objective of this Chapter shall be to encourage education and research, to sponsor meetings for the communication of ecological education and research activities, to facilitate access to the Society for graduate students, and to provide scientific information to those interested in the ecology of Canadian ecoregions. The Canada Chapter is a subdivision of the Ecological Society of America.

Mexico Chapter: The objective of this Chapter shall be 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 Mexico and to facilitate access to the Society for graduate students with interest in Mexico. The Mexico Chapter is a subdivision of the Ecological Society of America.

Mid-Atlantic Chapter: The goal of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter is to encourage communication among professional ecologists of the metropolitan areas of the Mid-Atlantic and vicinity.

Rocky Mountain Chapter: The objectives of the Rocky Mountain Chapter are to encourage education and research and to sponsor meetings for the communication of ecological education and research activities of special interest to ecologists in the Rocky Mountain Region of North America.

South America Chapter: The objective of this Chapter is 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 courses, and to facilitate the participation of South American students and scientists in the ESA.

Southeast Chapter: The objectives of the Southeastern Chapter shall be to encourage education and research and to sponsor meetings for the communication of ecological education and research activities of special interest to ecologists in the Southeastern United States.

Southwest 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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