The Ecological Society aims to foster the conservation and ecological management of native biota, their diversity, ecological function, and interaction with the environment.
The ESA runs student travel grants to help our student members attend our annual conferences. We were able to support all 35 eligible applications this year, giving a total of $9170 from ESA funds and $2500 from Wiley. The successful applicants were:
The very popular ‘Ecology in Action’ annual photographic competition is back. This competition is run by the ESA to highlight the diversity, beauty and fascination of the biodiversity and ecosystems of Australia, and the role of ecologists in unravelling their mysteries.
Congratulations to the 2014 JLTF winner Daniel Bateman, Macquarie University, for his project "Predator vs. facilitator: trophic impact of the invasive European shore crab, Carcinus maenus, in southeast Australian estuaries."
Lachlan Fetterplace is the winner of this year's $6000 Nature Conservancy Applied Conservation Award. Lachlan from the University of Wollongong won the award for his project “The conservation of soft sediment fishes: the vast unknown”.
Hot Topics in Ecology are evidence-based syntheses of topics that are relevant to environmental policy development, land management and to broadening the community's ecological knowledge base.
ESA has a brand-new Wiley student prize: The Michael Bull Prize for the best student-led paper published in Austral Ecology.
The School of Biological Sciences at Monash University is looking for enthusiastic and motivated students with good quantitative skills that are...
This bumper winter Issue showcases leading research by some of Australia's premier ecologists and their students.