Hot Topics to be published in Austral Ecology

Six hot topics will be published in Austral Ecology in 2017. Hot Topics with the highest number of page views will be selected for publication.

Broken Hill 'Albert Morris Award' Field Trip

Bookings are now open for all travellers interested in coming along to Broken Hill for the Albert Morris Award August field trip!

Invitation to Comment - Coastal Swamp Oak Forest

The national Threatened Species Scientific Committee is inviting comments and submissions on a proposed listing for a nationally threatened ecological community under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

Race to protect Australia’s migratory birds: Australian Ecology Research Award winner for 2017
Dr Fuller - Winner Australian Ecology Research Award

Australian research reveals that migratory bird numbers are declining with staggering severity and rapidity.

Iconic Australian marsupial heading for extinction
Rylea McGlusky

Greater gliders are Australia's largest gliding marsupial but some groups are heading for extinction: with the species conservation status now declared ‘vulnerable’.

Participate in a survey on field approaches to marine monitoring

Faced with rapid biodiversity loss, marine researchers and practitioners constrained by both diminishing budgets and rising pressures to build accountability must now more than ever design monitoring programmes that are not only robust but also cost-effective.

EMR now has an Impact Factor!

Members will appreciate that it is devilishly difficult for applied science journals to gain a Science Citation Index listing and therefore an Impact Factor - but ESA's management-focused journal Ecological Management & Restoration has swung it! 

Get involved with the ESA

As a member we encourage you to use the society to connect with ecologists and facilitate activities that help meet the objectives of the ESA. Find out how to get involved.

ESA Early Career Ecologist (ECE) Representative at INTECOL

The ESA invites Early Career Ecologists to submit an expression of interest to act as an ESA representative at the Beijing INTECOL meeting, August 20-25 2017.  The International Network of Next Generation Ecologists (INNGE) will have a high profile at the meeting and there will be workshops and s

2017 Australian Ecology Research Award lecture
Dr Richard Fuller

The 2017 Australian Ecology Research Award lecture will be delivered by Dr Richard Fuller at EcoTas17, the joint conference of the Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society in Pokolbin, Hunter