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ESA2015 conference website now open

ESA2015 will be held in Adelaide from November 30 - December 3. More information 

2nd annual election for the board of the International Network of Next-Generation Ecologists (INNGE). Closing 5 January 2015.

The International Network of Next Generation Ecologists (INNGE, [in-jee]) is a network of ecologists that seeks to bring early career ecologists together from around the world.

EMR Project Summaries

Do you have a short summary for EMR Journal? 

Call for submissions to Ecological Management Restoration Journal (EMR)

ESA's management-oriented journal, Ecological Management and Restoration, is currently aiming to increase the number of review papers it publishes.

Top five under 40
Are you a young scientist with a passion for communicating your research?

UNSW and ABC RN want to help you make an impact and turn your vital work into compelling radio programs and online features to reach a wider audience.

Churchill Fellowships
Churchill Fellowships

The Australian Biological Resources Study (ABRS), has once again partnered with The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust to offer two Fellowships for 2015, to undertake overseas taxonomic research on the Australian flora and fauna. 
These fellowships are for $25,000 (ex GST) each:

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Hot Topics

Weed risk set to rise
New plant varieties bred for pasture will worsen the weed problem
Feral horses in Australia
Left unchecked they can have major ecological impacts
Forgotten pollinators
Challenges for managing wild pollinators in Australian agricultural landscapes
Ecological impacts of invasive cane toads
An invader’s arrival is bad news for some native species, but good news for others
Burning giants in the tropics
Will prescribed burning of giant eucalypt forests really help their regeneration?
Demise of the dingo
The loss of a top predator would have consequences for native wildlife


Latest Bulletins

Sometimes compiling the Bulletin, especially as deadlines rapidly approach and teaching heats up, is more stressful than not.

Showcasing case studies, penned by Dr Bert De Groef on biological conservation and Drs Jemima Stuart-Smith and Grett Pecl on 'citizen scientists'. 


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The impacts of insect herbivores on Arctic Birch forest biogeochemistry in a changing climate.

Closing date: Saturday, January 31, 2015

Are you a science leader?

Closing date: Friday, January 16, 2015

2 years with possible extension at RMIT Uni, Melbourne

Closing date: Monday, December 22, 2014


Land management strategies to enhance ecosystem services in production landscapes

Closing date: Friday, January 30, 2015

Seeking PhD candidates with an interest in developing and employing computational approaches (e.g.

Closing date: Wednesday, December 31, 2014

The Edinburgh Earth and Environment Doctoral Training Partnership seeks to attract and enable the brightest PhD students to address environmental...

Closing date: Friday, January 23, 2015


ESA is seeking a committed person to solicit, edit and upload project summaries that form part of the Society’s Ecological Management &...

Closing date: Sunday, March 1, 2015

Volunteers needed for social networks and DFTD study in Tasmanian devils - January to June/July 2015. Enthusiastic and capable volunteers are...

Closing date: Wednesday, December 31, 2014

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2014 Ecological Society Photo Competition

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