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Links to pages of other societies for the study of systematics.
The International Biogeography Society (IBS)
Society for the Study of Evolution
The American Society of Naturalists
Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution
The Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution is an international society that exists to provide facilities for association and communication among molecular evolutionists, and has as one of its primary goals to increase communication between the fields of evolution and molecular biology. In order to accomplish these goals the Society publishes the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution (MBE), and it sponsors an annual meeting.
Australasian Evolution Society
The AES It is a non-profit organisation and seeks to foster intellectual exchange among those interested in all facets of evolution biology. The AES promotes the scientific study of evolution, provides opportunities for the discussion and dissemination of information among members, and maintains an active interest in the teaching of evolution in the wider community. The Society provides information via its web page and holds a biennial conference.
Willi Hennig Society
Society of Australian Systematic Biologists
The Society of Australian Systematic Biologists is for people who are committed to using the science of biological systematics as a basis for the study and understanding of nature. The Society is a non-profit inter-disciplinary organisation whose purposes are to promote the scientific study of biological systematics and to disseminate scientific and educational information related to its fields of interests.
Systematics Association of New Zealand
The Systematics Association of New Zealand's web page is under construction, but some information is available.
European Society for Evolutionary Biology
The European Society for Evolutionary Biology was founded in 1987. The objectives of the Society are to "Support the study of organic evolution and the integration of those scientific fields that are concerned with evolution: molecular and microbial evolution, behaviour, genetics, ecology, life histories, development, paleontology, systematics and morphology". The Society endeavours to accomplish these objectives through the publication of the Journal of Evolutionary Biology, through meetings, and the John Maynard Smith award.
Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution
The Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) is a non-partisan, non-profit group of practicing ecologists and evolutionary biologists throughout Canada.
Welcome to the Linnean Society of London. Now that we have entered the new millennium - and one of the most exciting periods in the biological sciences - the Society's role remains as that outlined in our first charter, 200 years ago, as: The cultivation of the Science of Natural History in all its branches.
Human Behavior and Evolution Society
The Human Behavior and Evolution Society (HBES) is an interdisciplinary, international society of researchers, primarily from the social and biological sciences, who use modern evolutionary theory to help to discover human nature - including evolved emotional, cognitive and sexual adaptations.
Worldwide Network for Evolutionary Biology
This website provides the evolution biology community with a variety of resources. These include, but aren't limited to, the areas of research, education, and public outreach. Researchers are provided with listings of people, institutions, software, and websites segregated by areas of interest. Educators can take advantage of listings of classroom resources for institutions of all levels, as well as software and other materials. Public outreach intends to breach comunication gaps between our science and interested parties (as well as the general public). Funded by the NSF.
The Barcode of Life
The Genealogical World of Phylogenetic Networks
BMC Evolutionary Biology
Molecular Biology and Evolution