Category: Chapters

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 Southeast Chapter, the oldest continuously operating ESA chapter, has been active since 1976. The objectives of the Southeastern Chapter are to encourage education and research and to sponsor meetings for the communication of ecological education and research activities of …

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ESA’s Canadian members joined together in 1992 as the Quebec Chapter. In 2000, the chapter’s scope was broadened to encompass all of Canada. The objective of this Chapter is to encourage education and research, to sponsor meetings for the communication …

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Originally formed in 1983 as the Metropolitan Washington Chapter, which became inactive in 1999. Reorganized in 2002 as the Mid-Atlantic Chapter, this group encourages communication among professional ecologists of the metropolitan areas of the Mid-Atlantic and vicinity. Chapter website The …

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