Ca erine Hill. India Stephenson. Strategic aims. Vacancies Open. Policy Manager. as our Annual Meeting moves online is year. READ MORE about Festival of Ecology. Top Story. British Ecological Society 42 Wharf Road, London, N1 7GS, UK T: +44 20 3994 8282 E. e Annual Meeting is just around e corner and in preparation we want to help delegates prioritise, have amazing networking opportunities and avoid burnout. Last week we held 2 webinars where we focused on top tips for ose attending a conference for e first time, as well as advice on supporting your mental heal and wellbeing. e British Ecological Society Annual Meeting works tods a world inspired, informed and influenced by ecology. e Annual Meeting is considered e largest annual meeting of ecologists and attracted more an 1,300 delegates is year. e Meeting’s eme is year is Celebrating Global Ecology – and I am rilled to present my work on rosewood conservation in e Greater Mekong Subregion. Science, Ecology, British Ecological Society, Annual Meeting, Agriculture, ecosystems, biodiversity, animal, aquatic, ine, forest, climate change. Ca erine Hill. British Ecological Society. Stuart Taylor. e Royal Society. inking of joining us? FAQs. Al ough most of us are based in Europe at e present time (which makes regular telephone and face to face meetings easier), we welcome members from anywhere in e world. We are also keen to work wi similar groups in o er regions. e British Ecological Society is e largest scientific society for ecologists in Europe. We're working tods a world in which nature and people rive. Motion: Jessica Gurevitch moved to approve, Rich Pouyat seconded, at Louisville Grows will receive e environmental offset for e Annual Meeting. All aye. Motion: Jayne Belnap moved at e Governing approve e eme of Harnessing e Ecological Data Revolution for e Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City. Seconded by Osvaldo Sala. Annual Meeting of e British Ecological Society  13 16 Edinburgh (GB) is year's British Ecological Society (BES) annual meeting will be held in Edinburgh from 13 to 16 ember. e oldest ecological society in e world, e BES runs several major scientiﬁc meetings for ecologists each year. e Annual Meeting. Reflecting an international draw from Europe and beyond, over 1 0 delegates from 42 countries attended e meeting at e International Convention Centre from ember 16-19. is annual ga ering of BES members provides a forum for Society members, staff, and guests to share eir research and discuss e implications of eir science. e architecture and many of e accents were British, but e meeting . e Annual Meeting currently attracts 1,200 delegates each year and provides e opportunity for ecologists to present papers and posters on a wide variety of topics. an important element has always been e active participation of research students. ere is an increasing number of delegates from overseas, principally Europe. It is Europe's largest annual meeting of ecologists. 13, · e British Ecological Society (BES) is a riving Learned Society wi a successful journals portfolio, which is currently published wi a commercial partner, Wiley. Our journals operate independently and are unique but work toge er to form a strong . ree members of e Oxford Long-term Ecology Lab presented papers at e British Ecological Society's annual meeting which was held 13 – 16 ember in Edinburgh. British Ecological Society, Charles Darwin House, 12 Roger Street, London, WC1N 2JU UK along wi BES Head of Publishing Ca erine Hill, was able to discuss Journal matters over dinner wi several AEs at e Annual Meeting of e Ecological Society of America in Baltimore, USA, in ust. Five AEs have stepped down from e board is year. is year’s annual ESA meeting is fast approaching. It’s in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and I’ll be heading across e pond, along wi Ca erine Hill, our Head of Publications, and Hazel Norman, our Executive Director, to chat to delegates about Me ods in Ecology and Evolution, as well as our o er journals and e British Ecological. 21, · We opted to name our annual series e Calow‐Grace reviews to honour e journal's two founding editors, Peter Calow and John Grace, bo of whom are important figures in ecology, and wi out whom e journal would not be what it is today. Ca erine Hill, Publishing perspectives from e British Ecological Society: Partnership, community. is year’s annual ESA meeting is fast approaching. It’s in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and I’ll be heading across e pond, along wi Ca erine Hill, our Head of Publications, and Hazel Norman, our Executive Director, to chat to delegates about Me ods in Ecology and Evolution, as well as our o er journals and e British Ecological Society as a whole. 29, · e Ecological Society of America is a community of 9,000 scientists, researchers, ision makers, policy managers, and educators who are dedicated to understanding life on ear. We are an advocate for ecology and a voice for ecologists. ESA streng ens connections wi in and outside our community to support your work and promotes ecological science. Ca erine McNicol, Sarah Nelms and Sara Mynott all secured top prizes in a poster competition, organised by e British Ecological Society. e annual contest encourages postgraduate students, bo in e UK and abroad, to submit a poster outlining eir research and findings at e Society’s Annual Meeting. Great British fish suppers could become more like ose enjoyed in Spain and Portugal, according to data being presented at e British Ecological Society’s annual meeting in Liverpool is week Great British fish suppers could become more like ose enjoyed in Spain and Portugal, according to data being presented at e British Ecological. e Ecological Society of America is a community of 9,000 scientists, researchers, ision makers, policy managers, and educators who are dedicated to understanding life on ear. We are an advocate for ecology and a voice for ecologists. ESA streng ens connections wi in and outside our community to support your work and promotes ecological science. British Ecological Society British Ecological Society Annual Meeting Holding e conference in Belfast meant we were able to reach new audiences, especially ose based in Universities in Dublin and Belfast, who hadn’t attended our Annual Meeting . 1,200 ecologists from more an 40 countries will ga er in Birmingham, UK, next mon for e British Ecological Society's annual meeting. Wi more an 500 talks and 220 posters presented over. , · Ca erine Hill (British Ecological Society, Commercial, STM) Malavika Legge (Biochemical Society, Self-published, STM) e first Council meeting set out e terms of reference and agreed e Council structure, positions and individual tenures. Two officers have been appointed for e first six mon s of e Council. e Annual Meeting website sum izes e plan to deliver our first-ever virtual conference. We are trying to maximize interactions and networking opportunities wi in e meeting. Most sessions will be prerecorded for on-demand viewing wi asynchronous Q&A. As part of e Society’s desire to become more active internationally, we took steps to raise ESA’s profile in e Americas. A Meeting of e Americas has been organized imme-diately before e Annual Meeting in Savannah and will be attended by representatives of ecological societ-ies from Argentina, Canada, Chile, Mexico, and Venezuela. 26, · e Ecological Society of America is a community of 9,000 scientists, researchers, ision makers, policy managers, and educators who are dedicated to understanding life on ear. We are an advocate for ecology and a voice for ecologists. ESA streng ens connections wi in and outside our community to support your work and promotes ecological science. 598 British Ecological Society E ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING e 44 Annual General Meeting began at 4.45 p.m. on Friday, 4 uary 1963. e following are e (unconfirmed) minutes of is meeting. MINUTES OF E 44 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING e President, Professor P. W. Richards, took e chair in Manor House, University of Birmingham. Ca erine McNicol, Sarah Nelms and Sara Mynott all secured top prizes in a poster competition, organised by e British Ecological Society.. e annual contest encourages postgraduate students, bo in e UK and abroad, to submit a poster outlining eir research and findings at e Society’s Annual Meeting. 08, 20 · British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, University of Leeds, UK, 20. Abstract: Research on e biodiversity of small water bodies is increasing but few studies consider ponds wi in urban areas. Urban ponds are exposed to a number of pollution sources, notable impermeable surface run off, wi consequences for biota. 228 British Ecological Society Since e last annual meeting ere have been issued two numbers of vol. xxiv of e Journal of Ecology, appearing in February and ust and containing respectively 316 and 198 pages, wi twenty- ree plates. In is volume have been published twenty original papers, besides book reviews and notices. BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING IN E UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, OXFORD 3-5 UARY 1942-Saturday, 3 uary e winter meeting of e Society was opened at 8.45 p.m., on Saturday, 3 uary, m e VIniversity Department of Botany, Oxford. e evening was chiefly a social ga ering of members and guests, of whom about fifty. 14, · British Ecological Society (BES). (, ember 14). Ancient forms of agriculture could aid remote farming communities. ScienceDaily. Retrieved ober 19, from www.sciencedaily.com. BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING, LEEDS, UARY 3-5, 1930 e members of e Society and visitors were entertained at a Soir6e in e Botanical Department of Leeds University on Friday, uary 3rd, by e kind invitation of Professor Priestley. Some fifty members and visitors were present. A number of exhibits were shown in e. Since e last reporting period, relevant presentations were delivered at e Wildlife Society Annual Meeting , and e British Ecological Society&39.s annual meeting. Additionally, a workshop targeting early-career professionals was developed and presented at e Noble Research Institute in Ardmore, OK, in collaboration wi e. I also was invited to speak in a special session of e British Ecological Society/INTECOL meeting in London, England (ust, ). J. Travis Lopez- ulcre, Regis Ferriere, Ca erine M. Pringle Steven. omas, David N. Reznick, Alexander S. Flecker. . at e Society of European Freshwater science meeting and e annual. BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY WINTER AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2-3 UARY 1964 e meeting was opened by e President, Professor P. W. Richards, at 2. p.m. on ursday, 2 uary in e Department of Botany, Bedford College, London. In e first paper on 'Compe-. BRITISH ECOLOGICAL SOCIETY WINTER AND ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2-4 UARY 1969 e Winter and Annual General Meeting, held at University College London, opened at 8.15 p.m. on ursday, 2 uary, wi a Soiree in e Upper Hall of e College Refectory. A number of interesting exhibits were on view as follows: Baker, C. R. B. British Ecological Society and Société Française d’Ecologie Joint Meeting ember 9-12, Lille, France. e joint BES/SFE meeting will include a focus on e following international and EU-focused ematic topics: Agro-ecology, Biodiversity and ecosystem services, Evolutionary ecology and disease, ine ecology and e EU ine Directive, Freshwater ecology and e EU Water. Ca erine Hill, Director of Publishing at e British Ecological Society, said: e British Ecological Society is committed to improving openness and inclusivity in our science. We have six. 20, · Ca erine Hill, Head of Publications, British Ecological Society. Dr. Ca erine Souch, Head of Research and Higher Education, Royal Geographical Society. Listen to e previous episode: Publications Strategy or Organizational Strategy: Which Comes First? You can listen to is episode and o ers – including our two part conversation wi. 186 British Ecological Society HON. SECRETARY'S REPORT FOR 1927. Four meetings have been held during e past year. e Annual Meeting took place on uary 8, 1927, in e Botanical Department of University College, London, when e President (Dr Woodhead) delivered an Address on e History of e Vegetation of e. British Ecological Society (1983) Entomological Society of America (1987) Annual Plenary Lecture, oreau Society, Concord, Massachusetts (1995) Keynote Address, annual meeting, e Nature Conservancy, Indianapolis, Indiana (1995) World Bank, Address on biodiversity, Washington, DC (1995). e Hill of e University of York will be giving her plenary talk as a curtain-raiser for our Festival of Ecology online conference in ember. e will be giving e annual 12 Mon s in Ecology talk, reviewing e last 12 mon s in ecological science and giving her personal take on e big developments and achievements in a year like no o er.