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  • Marilyn Ball

The 2007 Honorary Member Award goes to Marilyn Ball (Australian National University). The award is given to a distinguished ecologist who has made exceptional contributions to ecology and whose principal residence and site of ecological research are outside of the United States and Canada. Ball currently leads the Ecosystems Dynamics group at the Australian National University. She is internationally acknowledged as a leader in the field of plant ecophysiology.

Distinguished Service Citation

  • Frank Egerton

The Distinguished Service Citation is given annually in recognition of long and distinguished service to the Ecological Society of America, to the larger scientific community, and to the larger purpose of ecology in the public welfare. This years recipient is Frank Egerton. Egerton has written widely about the historical antecedents of ecology and how ecologists perceive the world. His classic paper Changing concepts in the balance of nature (1973, Quarterly Review of Biology 48:322-350) is a seminal paper that first pointed ecologists in the direction of non-equilibrium thinking.

Eminent Ecologist Award

  • Otto Lange
The 2007 Eminent Ecologist Award recipient is Otto Lange. This award is given to a senior ecologist in recognition of an outstanding body of ecological work or sustained ecological contributions of extraordinary merit. Lange is one of the founding fathers of plant physiological ecology, and his impact on the field has been vitally important. He has 368 publications on the topic (92 since his retirement), has co-edited 10 books, and is still actively publishing today. He is a dedicated teacher and his scholarship is widespread. Lange and his students have been, and are today, at the forefront of this discipline.

Lange is a co-inventor of the portable gas exchange chamber, and was instrumental in the development of the
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Contact: Annie Drinkard
annie@esa.org
Ecological Society of America
1-Aug-2007


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