Robert H. MacArthur Award

[1]The Robert H. MacArthur Award is a biennial prize given by the Ecological Society of America to ecologists for their pivotal contributions to their field. The acceptance speeches of many recipients have been given at the annual meeting of the society and subsequently published in the ESA's Journal of Ecology.

The following is a self-descriptive quote taken from the Robert H. MacArthur Award page on the ESA's website: "The Robert H. MacArthur Award is given biennially to an established ecologist in mid-career for meritorious contributions to ecology, in the expectation of continued outstanding ecological research. Nominees may be from any country and need not be ESA members. The recipient is invited to prepare an address for presentation at the annual meeting of the society and for publication in Ecology."[2]

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Source: ESA

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  2. ^ "Robert H. MacArthur Award". Ecological Society of America. 2014-01-30. Retrieved 2015-11-27.
  3. ^ Paine, R. T. (1 October 1984). "Ecological Determinism in the Competition for Space: The Robert H. MacArthur Award Lecture". Ecology. 65 (5): 1339–1348. doi:10.2307/1939114. JSTOR 1939114.
  4. ^ May, Robert M. (1 October 1986). "The Search for Patterns in the Balance of Nature: Advances and Retreats". Ecology. 67 (5): 1115–1126. doi:10.2307/1938668. JSTOR 1938668.
  5. ^ Schoener, Thomas W. (1 December 1989). "Food Webs From the Small to the Large: The Robert H. MacArthur Award Lecture". Ecology. 70 (6): 1559–1589. doi:10.2307/1938088. JSTOR 1938088.
  6. ^ Levin, Simon A. (1 December 1992). "The Problem of Pattern and Scale in Ecology: The Robert H. MacArthur Award Lecture". Ecology. 73 (6): 1943–1967. doi:10.2307/1941447. JSTOR 1941447.
  7. ^ Murdoch, William W. (1 March 1994). "Population Regulation in Theory and Practice". Ecology. 75 (2): 271–287. doi:10.2307/1939533. JSTOR 1939533.
  8. ^ Vitousek, Peter M. (1 October 1994). "Beyond Global Warming: Ecology and Global Change". Ecology. 75 (7): 1861–1876. doi:10.2307/1941591. JSTOR 1941591.
  9. ^ Wilbur, Henry M. (1 December 1997). "Experimental Ecology of Food Webs: Complex Systems in Temporary Ponds". Ecology. 78 (8): 2279–2302. doi:10.1890/0012-9658(1997)078[2279:EEOFWC]2.0.CO;2.
  10. ^ Tilman, David (8 July 1999). "The Ecological Consequences of Changes in Biodiversity: A Search for General Principles". Ecology. 80 (5): 1455–1474. doi:10.2307/176540. JSTOR 176540.
  11. ^ O'Neill, Robert V. (8 July 2017). "Is It Time to Bury the Ecosystem Concept? (With Full Military Honors, of Course!)". Ecology. 82 (12): 3275–3284. doi:10.2307/2680151. JSTOR 2680151.
  12. ^ Carpenter, Stephen R. (8 July 2017). "Ecological Futures: Building an Ecology of the Long Now". Ecology. 83 (8): 2069–2083. doi:10.2307/3072038. JSTOR 3072038.
  13. ^ Brown, James H.; Gillooly, James F.; Allen, Andrew P.; Savage, Van M.; West, Geoffrey B. (2004). "Toward a Metabolic Theory of Ecology". Ecology. 85 (7): 1771–1789. doi:10.1890/03-9000.

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