The Southwest 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. Chapter website.
The Latin America Chapter was established 2015 by combining the former Mexico and South American chapters (Bulletin article). Chapter website
The Open Science Section was organized in 2015 to encourage and support ecologists who are striving to practice Open Science principles in their research, teaching, outreach, and engagement with, policymakers managers, and other ecologists. Open Science Section website
The Invasion Ecology Section, created in 2015, promotes research, teaching, communication, and collaboration on the ecology of biological invasions.
The Inclusive Ecology Section, approved in 2016, strives to facilitate inclusivity by working with the efforts of other ESA sections and programs to educate, support and mentor, and provide a setting for sharing concerns. It provides support for ecologists, regardless …
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The Ecological Restoration section was founded in 2015 to promote theoretical and applied research, teaching, communication, grant development, and collaboration on ecological restoration. Ecological Restoration Section website
The Communication and Engagement Section was founded in 2015 to promote and support the practice of traditional and emerging science communication approaches by ecologists and science communicators within ESA’s membership. Communication and Engagement Section website
The Black Ecology Section was formed in 2016 Black Ecologists Section website
After Jean Langenheim reported that Harriet Barclay had helped Hal Mooney (ESA President, 1988-89) get started in ecology, in 2016 Sally White asked him more about their connection. Here is his reply: It was a long time ago for sure. It …
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The Whittaker Distinguished Ecologist award recognizes an ecologist with an earned doctorate and an outstanding record of contributions in ecology who is not a U.S. citizen and who resides outside the United States.