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First joint meeting between ESA and SER

Combining ESAs 87th Annual Meeting and SERs 14th International Conference, the four-and-a half-day program will include a full agenda of 36 symposia, several scientific field trips and workshops, and a large exhibit hall. Exhibits will feature scientific texts and new publications, with a special focus on ecological restoration through modern and traditional methods.

The meetings opening evening will feature Dr. David Suzuki, award-winning scientist and host of the television series, The Nature of Things, who will deliver the meetings Public Plenary Address entitled, "From Genetics to Ecology One Scientists Odyssey." Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and ecologist E.O. Wilson, will be giving a keynote address, "The Future of Life," the following night. Later in the week, ESAs Past President, Stephen Carpenter, will present his address, "Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: Role of Ecologists in Scenario Development."

NEWSROOM OPERATION

Members of the press (see policy below) are exempt from registration fees and are free to attend all meeting sessions. A staffed press room, including computers, a printer, telephones, and an area for interviews, will be available.

ESA POLICY ON PRESS CREDENTIALS

We are able to waive registration for reporters with: a recognized press card or current membership in the National Association of Science Writers, the Canadian Science Writers Association, the International Science Writers Association, or the Society of Environmental Journalists. Registration is also waived for Public Information Officers who can demonstrate membership in one of the above professional organizations.

We do not waive registration for editors of peer-reviewed journals, ad sales representatives, publishers, program officers or marketing professionals.

INSTITUTIONAL PRESS OFFICERS

Press officers may request copies of all abstracts related to their institution. ESA will distribute
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Contact: Annie Drinkard
annie@esa.org
Ecological Society of America
6-Jun-2002


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