Special Session

Monday, August 6, 2007

10:00 AM-11:30 AM
SS 1 - International connections: Advantages, opportunities, and challenges to international research in ecology  
SS 2 - Decadal science planning for the ecological sciences  
SS 3 - What is NEON becoming?  
SS 4 - Informational session: Opportunities for funding in environmental biology and related areas at NSF  
SS 5 - ESA Vice President's Summit on Ecological Literacy  
SS 6 - Environmental justice, ecology, and restoration: Advancing the agenda  
SS 7 - How ESA scientists obtain funding from NSF programs in the Education and Human Resources Directorate (EHR)  
SS 8 - Improv 101  

6:30 PM-10:00 PM
SS 16 - What editors want: Advice for submitting your manuscript  

8:00 PM-10:00 PM
SS 10 - Increasing diversity in the ecological workforce  
SS 11 - Knowing, valuing, and protecting intensively used urban and coastal ecosystems and landscapes  
SS 13 - What Restorationists Need to Know About Invasive Plants  
SS 14 - Ecology education in the Ecological Society of America  
SS 15 - Sense of place  
SS 17 - Sustainable water resource use: Proposed indicators and research priorities  
SS 31 - An evening with music and ecology  
Tuesday, August 7, 2007

8:00 PM-10:00 PM
SS 18 - How to land and keep a job at a small liberal arts college  
SS 19 - Integrating research in invasion biology and restoration ecology into protected area management  
SS 20 - How to succeed in ecology: Advice from professionals  
SS 21 - Ecology education and outreach programs at North American field stations: An important resource for an urbanized society and possible remedy for a generation with nature deficit disorder  
SS 22 - Real management issues in secondary tropical forests  
SS 23 - Bridging western science and indigenous traditional ecological knowledge ethically: What works and what doesn’t  
SS 24 - Journalists are from Venus, scientists are from Mars: Bridging the worlds of science and journalism  
Wednesday, August 8, 2007

8:00 PM-10:00 PM
SS 25 - Everglades restoration efforts: Using landscape features, chemistry, and biology as indices of success  
SS 26 - Bridging the gap: Establishing outreach activities at ESA meetings  
SS 27 - ESA Southeast Knowledge Partnership Pilot Project  
SS 28 - Restoration to sustainable landscapes: Building a partnership between scientific, traditional, and local ecological knowledge  
SS 29 - Do scientists sound like a flock of dodos? Science communication without jargon  
SS 30 - Biodiversity standards for agricultural lands in Canada  

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