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Prominent ecologists to discuss results of world's largest international ecological meeting

Over 4,300 ecologists, researchers, students and other professionals attended the largest ecological conference in history, the amount of research presented: astounding. The combined Ecological Society of America's (ESA) 90th Annual Meeting with the IX International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL) is the largest gathering of ecologists in the Society's 90-year history.

During a press briefing, led by ESA President Nancy Grimm (Arizona State University), senior ecologists will provide their thoughts on the most important lessons and results from the five and a half day ESA-INTECOL conference. There will be an announcement from the presidents of some of the world's major ecological societies, as well as a question and answer period for those in attendance.

The meeting summary will take place from 11 00 to 11 30 hrs on 12 August 2005 in room 445 A of the Palais des congrs de Montral in Montral, Quebec.


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Contact: Annie Drinkard
annie@esa.org
514-871-5827
Ecological Society of America
11-Aug-2005


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