Category: Sections

The Student Section, founded in 2000, aims to facilitate communication among all student members of the Society, enhance interaction between students and the Society as a whole, and to provide an effective way for students to communicate their needs to …

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The Statistical Ecology Section, founded in 1989, seeks to encourage research in statistical theory and methodology applied to ecological problems; to sponsor forums for presentation of advance in statistical ecology; and to facilitate communication between the disciplines of statistics and …

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The Soil Ecology Section, founded in 1993, seeks to promote an understanding of the importance of soil biota among ecologists, soil scientists, and members of related disciplines, to encourage education and research in soil ecology, to sponsor meetings and publications …

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The Researchers at Undergraduate Institutions Section, founded in 2007, is dedicated to supporting scientists with significant teaching loads in their roles as ecological researchers. Our group provides opportunities for networking with other scientists working at primarily undergraduate institutions (PUIs) and …

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The Rangeland Ecology Section, founded in 2000, facilitates communication of all aspects of rangeland ecology and management among applied and basic ecologists, natural resource managers and interested members of the public. Activities include sponsorship of symposia and publications. Rangeland Ecology …

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The Policy Section, founded in 2010, acts to (1) foster interaction among ecologists who have worked or currently work in public policy positions, or have the desire to communicate with those members who do have public policy experience; (2) form …

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The Plant Population Ecology Section, founded in 1994, encourages research and communication in plant population ecology and related fields. Activities include programs at the Annual Meeting and travel awards to encourage student participation in ESA. Plant Population Ecology Section website …

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The Physiological Ecology Section, founded in 1969, is one of the largest sections in the Ecological Society of America. Its primary purpose is to promote research, teaching, and communication in physiological ecology of both animals and plants. Contributing to career …

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The Paleoecology Section, founded in 1976, strives to promote, coordinate, and otherwise assist research in all branches of theoretical and applied ecology that use paleoecological methods or historical documentary sources to gain insight into long-term ecosystem dynamics; and to help …

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The Natural History Section was organized in 2010 to promote the value, improve the practice, grow the community and increase the application of natural history within and beyond the Ecological Society of America. Its objectives include encouraging the practice and …

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