Call for Workshop Proposals

Call for Workshop Proposals

We invite proposals for workshops for the 2019 ESA Annual Meeting. Workshops are sessions intended to convey specific knowledge or skills. Workshops are more interactive and informal than formal paper sessions, and they can involve extended discussion as well as hands-on training.


Proposals are due Thursday, November 15th at 5:00 PM Eastern (2:00 PM Pacific).

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Call for Inspire ESA Proposals

Call for Inspire ESA Proposals

We invite proposals for Inspire ESA sessions for the 2019 ESA Annual Meeting. Inspire ESA sessions are intended to stimulate the exchange of new and exciting ideas in a short time period. Inspire ESA sessions will be scheduled for 90 minutes and consist of between six and ten 5-minute talks.


Proposals are due Thursday, November 15th at 5:00 PM Eastern (2:00 PM Pacific).

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Call for Field Trip Proposals

Call for Field Trip Proposals

We invite proposals for field trips for the 2019 ESA Annual Meeting. Field trips allow participants to explore ecological attractions local to the meeting city and region. Trips may last part of a day, an entire day, or two days (with an overnight stay included).


Proposals are due Thursday, November 15th at 5:00 PM Eastern (2:00 PM Pacific).

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Call for Special Session Proposals

Call for Special Session Proposals

We invite proposals for special sessions for the 2019 ESA Annual Meeting. Special sessions complement the formal scientific program, providing an opportunity for presentations or extended dialogue and exchanges beyond what is usually possible in the regular scientific sessions.


Proposals are due Thursday, November 15th at 5:00 PM Eastern (2:00 PM Pacific).

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Welcome to the ESA 2019 Annual Meeting Website

Annual Meeting vector logo shows a city on the left and a bridge reaching to a clump of trees over a river on the right side. The Letters ESA 2019 Louisville are printed below.

Dates

Sunday, August 11 to Friday, August 16, 2019

Location

Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky

Theme

Bridging communities and ecosystems: Inclusion as an ecological imperative

The community of people engaged in the science of ecology is transforming, bringing important new perspectives into the field. Inclusive approaches to ecology can build bridges between theory and practice, connect those working in disparate landscapes and subdisciplines, and incorporate diverse perspectives. Such approaches support
ecologists and the ecological community as a whole as they articulate socio-environmental connections, address widespread ecosystem change, take advantage of technological advancements that provide unprecedented access to data and new analytical techniques, and engage in interdisciplinary collaborations.