ESA Bulletin – 14 July 2014


THESE ARTICLES AND MORE ARE NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE IN ESA BULLETIN 95, NO. 3, JULY 2014

Candidates for 2014 ESA Elections

Minutes of the November 2013 Governing Board Meeting

The Paper Trail

Rereading Polis: Viewing Our Multi-Colored World from Space Is an Ecological Starting Point by Elizabeth T. Borer

Buzz Holling and the Functional Response by Mark Denny

The Correlated Random Walk and the Rise of Movement Ecology by William F. Fagan

How to Become a Forest Ecologist In Only 40 Years by Lee E. Frelich

From Community Ecology Back to the Riddle of Mimicry by Peter Grant

Population Processes and Ecosystem Processes Through Changes in Plant Chemistry by Mark D Linking. Hunter

Three Papers That Influenced The Direction of My Career by Jon E. Keeley

The Question That Launched My Career by Duncan N. L. Menge

Alfred C. Redfield’s Remarkable Ratios by William A. Reiners

Insightful, Scholarly, and Synthetic: Eville Gorham and the Chemistry of Surface Waters by Peter Vitousek

Colonizing Plants: Evolutionary and Ecological Trade-offs by Patricia Werner

Ecosystem Succession and Nutrient Retention: Vitousek and Reiners’ Hypothesis by Donald R. Zak

Rejecting Editorial Rejections Revisited: Are Editors of Ecological Journals Good Oracles?

Multi-Authorship, an Indicator of the Trend Toward Team Research in Ecology

Better Safe than Sorry: Planning for Safe and Successful Fieldwork

Restoration Ecology: Introduction in a “Timely” Manner

Keys to a Successful Student-Centered Classroom: Three Recommendations

Barcodes Are a Useful Tool for Labeling and Tracking Ecological Samples

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