Tag Archives: #ESA2012

Friday at #ESA2012 – last day!

It’s the last day of ESA 2012! The first talk for my day was by Sarah Mincey, investigating social factors that influence tree species diversity and basal area in Bloomington, Indiana. Species diversity increased with the diversity of the distribution … Continue reading

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Thursday at #ESA2012 – well, almost

My undergraduate degree was in Forest Science, so I have known the Pacific Northwest via journal articles and texts for about a quarter of the century. But this trip to ESA2012 was the first time I have been here. So, … Continue reading

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Wednesday at #ESA2012

I began my Wednesday at ESA2012 in Damien Fordham’s talk on the stochastic trophic metapopulation dynamics of Iberian lynx, rabbits and two diseases (rabbit hemorrhagic disease and myxomatosis ) in the presence of climate change. Whoa – that is a … Continue reading

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Tuesday at #ESA2012

Here is my post about Tuesday at ESA 2012. My first stop was the session run by Ben Bolker (one of the people I enjoyed meeting and chatting with on Monday) and Drew Tyre (another case of meeting up with … Continue reading

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Monday at #ESA2012 – a ripper

Now that was a great opening day of the ESA conference in Portland! OK, yesterday was the official opening, and I liked Jane Lubchenco’s talk, but this was the first full day. And it was perhaps the best conference day … Continue reading

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