Erle C. Ellis

 

Conference Presentations


Ellis, E.C. and N.R. Magliocca. 2017. [poster] Linking multi-level selection with long-term social-ecological change. Inaugural Cultural Evolution Society Conference, September 13-15, 2017, Jena, Germany. [conference]

Ellis, E.C. 2017. [keynote] Developing Conservation from the Bottom Up. 4th International Conference on Research for Development (ICRD), September 5-8, 2017, Bern, Switzerland. [conference]

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Anthromes: new tools for understanding the global ecology of human landscapes. Global Land Project Open Science Meeting, October 24-27, 2016, Beijing, China. [conference]

Klein-Goldewijk, K., Ellis, E.C., 2016. Anthromes 12K: Mapping Long-Term Human Transformation of the Terrestrial Biosphere. Global Land Project Open Science Meeting, October 24-27, 2016, Beijing, China. [conference]

Ellis, E.C. 2016. [keynote] Globalizing Ecology in the Anthropocene: Networks, Cyberinfrastructure, and Analytics. ILTER Open Science Meeting 2016, 9-13 October 2016, Kruger National Park, Skukuza, South Africa. [powerpoint] [conference]

Ellis, E.C., 2016. [invited] Anthrome Communities, Anthrobiogeography and the Global Ecology of Anthropogenic Landscapes. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 12, 2016, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA. [abstract]

Ellis, E.C. 2016. [keynote] Novel Ecosystems, Anthroecosystems and Anthromes: Natural History, Prehistory, and the Anthropocene. Annual Meeting of the Mid-Altantic Chapter of the Ecological Society of America. April 9, 2016, Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA, USA. [program]

Ellis, E.C. 2016. [keynote] Humanity, a Global Force of Nature: Ultrasociality, Niche Construction and the Anthropocene. Symposium on Physical Geography: Challenges of the “Anthropocene”, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. March 31, 2016, San Francisco, CA, USA. [abstract]

Ellis, E.C. 2015. [invited] The Emergence of Land Use as a Global Force in the Earth System. American Geophysical Union Fall 2015 Meeting, December 14 to 18, 2015, San Francisco, CA, USA. [abstract]

Kaplan, Jed and E.C. Ellis. 2015. [invited] The impact of land use on carbon and climate in the preindustrial Holocene: What have we learned and what are the priorities for future research? American Geophysical Union Fall 2015 Meeting, December 14 to 18, 2015, San Francisco, CA, USA. [abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. [invited] Towards a Global Archaeology of the Anthropocene. Anthropocene Working Group meeting, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research at Cambridge University. November 24-25, 2015, Cambridge, UK.

Ellis, E.C. 2015. Cultures of Nature: Evolution of Human Sociocultural Niche Construction and Social-Ecological Dynamics across the Anthropocene. Program on Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS) 2015 Meeting. November 3-5, 2015, Stellenbosch, South Africa. [all abstracts]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. [invited] Ecology in an Anthropogenic Biosphere: New Tools for Anthropocene Ecologists. Organized Oral Session: New Perspectives for Ecology during the Anthropocene: New Paradigms, Technologies and Collaborations. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. August 9-14, 2015, Baltimore, MD, USA. [abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. [invited] Sociocultural regime shifts in the ecology of anthropogenic landscapes. International Association for Landscape Ecology Annual Meeting. July 5-10, 2015, Portland, OR, USA. [abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. Whose Land? Planetary Opportunities for People, Land and Nature, in Whose planet? Whose 'boundaries'? A dialogue on the politics of 'planetary boundaries' session. Resilience 2014: Resilience and Development: Mobilizing for Transformation, May4-8, 2014, Montpelier, France. [abstract] [session] [conference]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [invited] Design & Novel Ecosystems. Environment, Engineering, Landscape: A Colloquium of the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. April 25, 2014, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA [conference]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [invited] Anthropogenic Biomes: Global Ecology for the Anthropocene. Mathematics for Planet Earth (MPE 2013+) Workshop on Sustainable Human Environments, April 23-25, 2014, DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University, Rutgers, NJ, USA [conference] [abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [plenary] Anthropogenic Landscapes and Planetary Opportunities. Earth to be Determined: Ecology, Economy and Justice in a Rapidly Changing World. Eighth Annual Nelson Institute Earth Day Conference, April 22, 2014, Madison, WI, USA [presentation video][conference] [conference video]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [invited] The spatial and temporal scales of the Anthropocene. Scale and Sustainability: Cross-cutting Issues on How Scale Matters. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 8-12, 2010, Tampa, Florida, USA. [abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [invited] Anthropocene Ecology: The Cultural Construction of Nature. UNESCO Bergen 2014: UNESCO 1972, 2003 and 2005 Conventions, March 24-26, 2014, Bergen, Norway. [download powerpoint]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [keynote] Used Land, Used Planet: The Ancient History of the Anthropocene. Global Land Project Open Science Meeting: Land Transformations: Between Global Challenges and Local Realities, March 19-21, 2014, Berlin, Germany. [online video][download powerpoint]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [invited] GLOBE: Online Tools for Understanding Local Land Use Globally. Global Land Project Open Science Meeting: Land Transformations: Between Global Challenges and Local Realities, March 19-21, 2014, Berlin, Germany.

Ellis, E. C. 2014. Evolution of Human Niche Construction: Human Ecologies from Late Pleistocene to Present. Cell Symposium: Evolution of Modern Humans - From Bones to Genomes, March 16-18, 2014, Sitges, Spain. [download poster]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. [invited] Ecologies of the Anthropocene: Global Upscaling of Social-Ecological Infrastructures. Projective Views on Urban Metabolism Conference. Harvard Graduate School of Design. February 7, 2014, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2013. [invited] Human infrastructure as ecological infrastructure for the Anthropocene. Symposium:: Past, Present, and Future Design of Infrastructures for a Resilient Society. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 4-9, 2013, Minneapolis, MN, USA. [abstract][download powerpoint]

Ellis, E. C. 2013. Global Collaboration Engine (GLOBE): New Collaborative Tools for Global Synthesis of Local Studies of Land Change. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 11, 2013, Los Angeles, CA.

Ellis, E.C., 2013. [web plenary] Conserving Human Nature: The Anthropocene Biosphere. Conservation in the Anthropocene: Emerging Approaches for Effective Conservation in Minnesota. March 16, 2013, West St. Paul, MN

Ellis, E.C., 2012. [plenary] Ecology in the Anthropocene: Observing, Understanding, and Embracing Human Nature. The Long Term Ecological Research Network All Scientists Meeting, September 10- 13, 2012, Estes Park, CO, USA.  [download powerpoint] [view presentation video]

Ellis, E.C., 2012. [invited] The Great Transition: Long-Term Ecological Changes in China's Ancient Village Landscapes. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 5-10, 2012, Portland, Oregon, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2012. [invited] Emergence and Stewardship of the Anthropocene Biosphere. North American Congress for Conservation Biology, July 15 - 18, 2012, Oakland, CA, USA. [download powerpoint]

Ellis, E. C. 2012. [poster] Global land use history: A new synthesis. Planet under Pressure Meeting, March 26-29, 2012, London, UK.

Ellis, E. C. 2012. [poster] GLOBE: New tools to accelerate global integration of local knowledge. Planet under Pressure Meeting, March 26-29, 2012, London, UK.

Ellis, E.C., 2012. [invited] The Anthromes Project: Biosphere as Infrastructure for the Anthropocene. Landscape Infrastructure: Systems and Strategies for Contemporary Urbanization Symposium, March 24, 2012, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2012. [invited] Ecology of the Anthropocene Terrestrial Biosphere. Ecological Society of America, Emerging Issues Conference, February 27 - March 1, 2012, National Conservation Training Center (NCTC), Shepherdstown, WV, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2011. [invited] Anthropogenic Biomes and Conservation beyond Protected Areas. Biodiversity Institute Symposium - Biodiversity Conservation Beyond Protected Areas, September 21-22, 2011, Oxford, UK. [download powerpoint]

Ellis, E.C., 2011. [invited] Globalizing Local Thinking to Support Earth Stewardship. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 8-12, 2011, Austin, Texas, USA. [download powerpoint]

Ellis, E. C., 2011. [invited] Emergence and Sustainability of the Anthropogenic Biosphere. Anthropocene Conference, The Geological Society of London, May 11, 2011, London, UK. [dowload powerpoint]

Ellis, E. C.. 2011. Land Use Change & Global Ecology: Earth Stewardship in the Anthropocene. NASA LCLUC Science Team Meeting, March 28, 2011, College Park, Maryland. [poster]

Ellis, E. C., 2011. [invited] Anthromes as Social-ecological Systems: Mapping Regime Shifts Globally. Resilience 2011, March 11-16, Tempe, Arizona, USA. abstract (pdf), session (pdf)

Ellis, E. C.. 2011. Rethinking Global Ecology: Planetary Stewardship in the Anthropocene. American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, February 17 to 21, 2011, Washington, DC. [download poster; 5MB .pdf]

Ellis, E. C.. 2010. Past and Future of the Anthropogenic Biosphere. American Geophysical Union Fall 2010 Meeting, December 13 to 17, 2010, San Francisco, California.

Ellis, E. C.. 2010. Intensification and Emergence of the Anthropogenic Biosphere in the Anthropocene. Ester Boserup Conference, November 15 to 17, 2010, Vienna, Austria.

Ellis, E. C., K. Klein Goldewijk, S. Siebert, D. Lightman, and N. Ramankutty, 2010. [invited] Anthromes and the Anthropogenic Biosphere: 1700 to 2000. Global Land Project Open Science Meeting, October 17-19, 2010, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

Ellis, E. C. 2010. Accelerating Global Synthesis of Case Study Research using a Global Comparison Engine. Global Land Project Open Science Meeting, October 17-19, 2010, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2010 [invited]. Ecology in the Anthropocene. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 1-6, 2010, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. [download powerpoint; 30MB .pptx]

Ellis, E.C., 2010. More than a Disturbance: The Human Biosphere, 1700 - 2000. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 14-18, 2010, Washington, DC, USA.

Ellis, E. C., K. Klein Goldewijk, S. Siebert, D. Lightman, and N. Ramankutty. 2009. Human transformation of the biosphere: form, extent, duration and intensity. American Geophysical Union Fall 2009 Meeting, December 14 to 18, 2009, San Francisco, California.

Ellis, E.C., 2009 [invited]. Anthropogenic Biomes in the Global Ecosystem. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 2-7, 2009, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

Ellis, E. C., K. Klein Goldewijk, S. Siebert, D. Lightman, and N. Ramankutty. 2009. Anthropogenic Biomes: New Model, Old Biosphere. Spring NASA LCLUC Science Team Meeting, March 31 - April 2, 2009, Bethesda, Maryland.

Ellis, E. C., K. Klein Goldewijk, S. Siebert, D. Lightman, and N. Ramankutty. 2008. Anthropogenic transformation of the biomes, 1700 to 2000. American Geophysical Union Fall 2008 Meeting, December 15 to 19, 2008, San Francisco, California.

Ellis, E.C., E. Antill, R. Grenyer, I. Woodward, M. Lomas, and H. Kreft. 2008. Anthropogenic Biomes: Conserving Biodiversity in an Anthropogenic Biosphere. 9th National Conference on Science, Policy and the Environment: Biodiversity in a Rapidly Changing World, December 8-10, 2008, Washington, DC.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Can we observe urban landscape fragmentation globally? Baltimore Ecosystem Study Annual Meeting, October 16, 2008, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. [invited] Agriculture in a Global Context: Anthropogenic Biomes, Land-Use Systems and Global Climate Change. German-US Conference: Tough Choices - Land Use under a Changing Climate, October 2 - 3, Berlin, Germany. [powerpoint presentation; 14MB]

Ellis, E.C., 2008. [invited] Agricultural mosaics, anthropogenic biomes and climate change: seeing the forests, fields and settlements.  Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, August 3-8, 2008, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Anthropogenic biomes: a global framework for ecology research and education in the 21st century and beyond. Baltimore Ecosystem Study Quarterly Meeting, June 24, 2008, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C. 2008. [invited] Anthropogenic Biomes: A 21st Century View of the Biosphere. Global Land Use Data Workshop, May 22 - 23 2008, Vienna, Austria. [powerpoint presentation; 16MB]

Ellis, E.C. and N. Ramankutty, 2008. Anthropogenic Biomes: Observing and Modeling Carbon in an Anthropogenic Biosphere. NASA Carbon Cycle and Ecosystems Joint Science Workshop, April 28 - May 2, 2008, Adelphi, Maryland. [view poster 2.3MB]

Ellis, E.C. and D. Prosser 2008. [invited] Risk modeling and uncertainty analysis to assess H5N1 transmission risk from domestic to wild waterfowl. Victims and Vectors: U. S. - China Wild Bird Avian Influenza Meeting, January 8-12, 2008, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, USA.

Ellis, E.C. and N. Ramankutty, 2007. Anthropogenic Biomes: A Framework for Earth Science and Ecology in the 21st Century. American Geophysical Union Fall 2007 Meeting, December 10 to 14, 2007, San Francisco, California. [view powerpoint (9MB)] [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Long-term changes within China’s densely populated rural landscapes. International Association for Landscape Ecology World Congress, July 8 – 12, 2007, Wageningen, Netherlands.

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Long-term biogeochemical changes in China’s village landscapes. Ecosummit 2007, May 22 – 27, Beijing, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Assessing the Regional and Global Impacts of Local Land Use Changes across Rural China. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 17-21, 2007, San Francisco, California. [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2006. Global Impacts of Long-Term Land Cover Changes within China’s Densely Populated Rural Regions. American Geophysical Union Fall 2006 Meeting, December 11 to 15, 2006, San Francisco, California. [view poster] [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2006. Long-term changes in landscape structure within and across China’s densely populated rural landscapes. American Geophysical Union 2006 Joint Assembly, May 23 to 26, 2006, Baltimore, Maryland. [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2005. Long-term ecological changes in urban and suburban Baltimore landscapes. Baltimore Ecosystem Study Annual Meetings, October 20, 2005, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2005 [invited]. Global impacts of local changes across China’s densely populated rural landscapes.  Ecological Society of America/INTECOL Joint Meeting, August 7-12, 2005, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2005. Linking local measurements with regional data to measure long-term biogeochemical changes across China’s densely populated agricultural landscapes.  Ecological Society of America/INTECOL Joint Meeting, August 7-12, 2005, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2005. Measuring long-term ecological change in urban and suburban landscapes. Ecology Society of America, Mid-Atlantic Annual Meetings, March 12, 2005, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2004. Ecotope mapping for high resolution ecological change measurement across anthropogenic landscapes. Baltimore Ecosystem Study Annual Meetings, October 21, 2004, Baltimore, Maryland. [download poster] (printable) [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., Wang, H., Xiao, H.S., Peng, K., Liu, X.P., Li, S.C., Ouyang, H., Cheng, X., and L.Z. Yang. 2004. Measuring Long-Term Ecological Changes across Inhabited Landscapes. Ecology Society of America Annual Meetings, August 1 – 6, 2004, Portland, Oregon. [Abstract]

Ellis, E.C., 2003. Measuring Long-Term Ecological Changes in the Densely Populated Rural Landscapes of China. Chapman Conference on Ecosystem Interactions with Land Use Change, June 14-18, 2003, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Ellis, E.C., Li, R. G., Yang, L. Z., and X. Cheng, 2001. Measuring and mediating nitrogen saturation in densely populated Chinese villages. Nitrogen 2001 Conference, October 14-18, 2001, Potomac, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., Lackey, J, Li, R. G., Yang, L. Z., and X. Cheng, 2001.  Nitrogen limitation of human nutritional carrying capacity: a Chinese village case study. Nitrogen 2001 Conference, October 14-18, 2001, Potomac, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2001 [invited]. Estimating the long-term impacts of nitrogen fertilizers across village landscapes. International Workshop on Nitrogen Fertilization in East Asian Countries, February 5–6, 2001, Tsukuba, Japan.

Ellis, E.C., 2000. Long-term changes in nitrogen loading across Chinese village landscapes. Ecology Society of America Annual Meetings, August 6 – 10, 2000, Snowbird, Utah.

Ellis, E.C., 2000. Estimating long-term changes in anthropogenic landscapes. LTER All Scientists Meeting, August 1- 5, 2000, Snowbird, Utah.

Ellis, E.C., 1999. Linking household agriculture with nitrogen cycling in China's village landscapes. American Society of Agronomy Annual Meetings, October 31- November 4, 1999, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ellis, E.C., 1999. Traditional nutrient management in Chinese village ecosystems. American Society of Agronomy Annual Meetings, October 31- November 4, 1999, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ellis, E.C., 1999 [invited]. Biogeochemical processes in agroecosystem management. Ecological Society of America Annual Meetings, August 8-11, 1999, Spokane, Washington.

Ellis, E.C., 1998. Changes in soil and sediment nitrogen caused by chemical fertilizer adoption in China. American Society of Agronomy Annual Meetings, October 18-22, 1998, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 1998. Long-term changes in soil nitrogen storage within Chinese village landscapes. Ecological Society of America Annual Meetings, August 2-6, 1998, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 1998 [invited]. Village-scale nitrogen cycling and ecological sustainability in Chinese Village Ecosystems. VII International Congress of Ecology (INTECOL), July 19-25, 1998, Florence, Italy.

Ellis, E.C., 1998. Nitrogen and human nutritional carrying capacity in village-scale ecosystems of China’s Yangtze Delta Region. Joint Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS) and the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVA), June 4-7, 1998, San Francisco, California.

Ellis, E.C., 1997.  Nitrogen cycling and sustainable management of agricultural villages in China.  American Society of Agronomy Annual Meetings, October 26-31, 1997, Anaheim, California.

Ellis, E.C., 1997. Landscape structure, nitrogen cycling, and ecological sustainability in Chinese village ecosystems. Ecological Society of America Annual Meetings, August 11-14, 1997, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Ellis, E.C. and Cheng X., 1994.  Farming for centuries:  Whole-village nitrogen cycling in traditional and modern agroecosystems of the Tai Lake Region of China.  The 10th IFOAM International Agricultural Conference, December 11-14, 1994, Lincoln University, New Zealand.

Ellis, E.C. and Cheng X., 1993.  Nitrogen cycling as a measure of agroecosystem sustainability.  The International Conference on Integrated Resource Management for Sustainable Agriculture, September 5-13, 1993, Beijing, P.R. China. 

Ellis, E.C., 1992 (in Chinese).  Why a 'developed' country like the U.S.A. is interested in green manures.  In Proceedings of the International Green Manures Conference in Xuancheng, Anhui, P.R. China.  Ed. Jiao Bin.  Beijing: China Agricultural Scientech Press.

Ellis, E.C., Turgeon, R., and Spanswick, R.M., 1989.  Turgor-sensitive phloem transport and unloading in seed coats of Phaseolus vulgaris L..  Plant Physiology, 89,S92.

 

Other Invited Professional Presentations

Ellis, E.C., 2017. Natural assets across the anthropogenic biosphere. Future Earth Natural Assets Knowledge Action Network Workshop, University of Bern. September 12, 2017. Bern, Switzerland.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Global Land Change: From Pleistocene to Anthropocene. Colloquium in Climatology, Climate Impact & Remote Sensing, University of Bern. December 7, 2016. Bern, Switzerland.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. The GLOBE Project: Online Tools for Global Synthesis of Local Knowledge. Belmont Forum: E-infrastructures & Data Management Exemplars Workshop November 28, 2016. Paris, France.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Shaping Nature on a Human Planet. Landscapes of the Anthropocene: Program 2. Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. November 22, 2016. Washington, DC USA. [abstract] [video on facebook]

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Entangling Anthromes: Evolving Niche, Biosphere & Design in the Anthropocene. Landscape Architecture, University of Pennsylvania. November 21, 2016. Philadelphia, PA USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Why Humans Shape Ecology: Designing Wildness in the Anthropocene. Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design. November 17, 2016. Cambridge, MA USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Evolving Towards a Better Anthropocene. Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University. November 16, 2016. New Haven, CT USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Human Transformation of the Biosphere. M. Gordon Wolman Seminar, Engineering, Johns Hopkins University. November 15, 2016. Baltimore, MD USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Evolving the Anthropocene. Evolutionary Studies Program Seminar Series. Binghamton University. November 14, 2016. Binghamton, NY, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Ecology in the Anthropocene: Why Humans Transformed Earth. School of Geographic Sciences, East China Normal University. November 2, 2016. Shanghai, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Ecology in a Human Biosphere. Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural of Sciences. October 31, 2016, Xiaolingwei, Nanjing, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Sociocultural Regime Shifts and Ecological Change in the Anthropocene. Nanjing Institute of Geography & Limnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. October 31, 2016, Nanjing, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Ecology & Evolution in the Anthropocene. Ecology & Evolution Group, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. April 25, 2016, Baltimore, MD USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Anthropocene Ecology: Can Humanity Transform Earth for the Better? Anthropocene Biosphere: Public Panel Discussion, University of Oklahoma. April 14, 2016, Norman, OK USA. [link]

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Anthropocene Opportunities: Can Humanity Transform Earth for the Better? Department of Environmental Science, University of Virginia. April 7, 2016, Charlottesville, VA USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. The Emergence of Humanity as a Global Force in the Earth System. Anthropocene Workshop, Aarhus University. March 6, 2016, Aarhus, DK.

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Used Planet: Why Humanity Changed Earth. Adrift in the Anthropocene: Spring Colloquium, Berry College. February 18, 2016, Mount Berry, GA USA. [video]

Ellis, E.C., 2016. Human Transformation of Earth's Ecology. Geography Department, Virginia Tech University. February 12, 2016, Blacksburg, VA USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2015. Human Agency, Intentionality, and Niche Construction. Currents: Humanities Work Now, Dresher Center, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. November 18, 2015, Baltimore, MD, USA. [program]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. Ecology of the Anthropocene. Perspectives on the Anthropocene, Society-Nature Forum, Universite de Lausanne. November 13, 2015, Lausanne, Switzerland. [program]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. Adapting to the Anthropocene. Fall 2015 Research Forum: Climate Change and the Environment, University of Maryland, Baltimore County. October 30, 2015, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2015. Anthroecology on Design [remote video]. Video-lectures series: Climate change(s) design, Università Iuav di Venezia. October 14, 2015, Venezia, Italy. [advert]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. The Emergence of Humanity as a Global Force in the Earth System. Archaeology Program Seminar Series, Harvard University. September 30, 2015, Cambridge, MA, USA. [advert]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. Ecology in a Human Biosphere. Glassman Lecture, Friday Evening Lecture Series, Marine Biological Laboratory. August 14, 2015, Woods Hole, MA, USA. [Abstract] [Video]

Ellis, E.C., 2015. The Great Decoupling: Sociocultural Niche Construction and the Anthropocene. The Breakthrough Institute. July 13, 2015, Oakland, CA, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2015. Ecology in an Anthropogenic Biosphere. Santa Clara University. May 8, 2015, Santa Clara, CA, USA

Ellis, E.C., 2015. Observing the Anthropocene: Challenges and Opportunities. Planet Labs. April 4, 2015, San Francisco, CA, USA

Ellis, E.C., 2014. Roger Spanswick as a Mentor. Biological and Environmental Engineering Department's Symposium: Celebrating a Life: Roger Spanswick. June 2, 2014, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA [symposium page with video] [blog post]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. Ecological Implications of Anthromes. Natural Resources, Ecology, and Public Policy: Time for Some Unconventional Ideas? Resources for the Future First Wednesday Seminar, May 28, 2014, Resources for the Future, Washington, DC. [seminar page includes slides & video]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. Long Term Ecological Changes in China's Villages. 2014 Environmental Challenges in China Symposium. Global China Connection Johns Hopkins University Chapter. April 12, 2014, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2014. Towards a Global Archaeology of the Anthropocene. Program in Human Ecology and Archaeobiology, National Museum of Natural History. Smithsonian Institution, March 10, 2014, Washington, DC. USA. [presentation] [advert]

Ellis, E.C., 2014. Emergence of the Anthropocene Biosphere. 2014 Geodynamics Program- Anthropocene: From Land to the Ocean. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, February 25, 2014, Woods Hole, MA, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2014. Global Ecology and the History of Humans on the Land. Chesapeake Bay in the Anthropocene Epoch. NOAA Environmental Science Training Center, January 30, 2014, Oxford, MD, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2014. A Global Archaeology of the Anthropocene. Harvard Archaeology Program Seminar Series. Peabody Museum, January 29, 2014, Cambridge, MA, USA. [advert]

Ellis, E.C., 2013. Observing the Anthropocene Challenges & Opportunities Geospatial Science and Engineering (GSE) Seminar, South Dakota State University, December 2, 2013, Brookings, SD, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2013. Anthropocene Ecology: Emergence, Stewardship, Engineering, Design. University of Oklahoma, November 18, 2013, Norman, OK, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2013. Global Ecology and the History of Humans on the Land. Arnold Arboretum. September 12, 2013, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2013. Extinct in the Wild: Human Use of the Terrestrial Biosphere. Breakthrough Dialogue, June 24, 2013, Cavallo Point, CA, USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2013. Anthropogenic Transformation of the Terrestrial Biosphere. The Earth in the Anthropocene Short Course, June 6, 2013, San Vito di Cadore, Italy.

Ellis, E.C., 2012. Agriculture in the Anthopocene: Growing a Sustainable Human Ecology. Pesek Colloquium on Sustainable Agriculture. Iowa State University, October 29, 2012, Ames, Iowa USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2012. Ecology in the Anthropocene: Sustaining the Human Biosphere. Ecology Center Seminar Series.  Utah State University, October 10, 2012, Logan, Utah USA.

Ellis, E.C. 2012. Ecology in the Anthropocene. Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences. Chinese Academy of Sciences. July 13, 2012. Beijing, China. [download powerpoint]

Ellis, E.C. 2012. Ecology in the Anthropocene, School of Metallurgical & Ecological Engineering, University of Science & Technology Beijing. July 10, 2012. Beijing, China.

Ellis, E.C. 2012. Global Collaboration Engine (GLOBE): Cyber-Tools for Global Synthesis of Local Knowledge. Institute of Geographical Science and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences. July 9, 2012. Beijing, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2012. Ecology of the Anthropocene Terrestrial Biosphere. NSF REU Site, Department of Ecology, Evolution, Miami University, June 18, 2012, Oxford, OH USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2012. Human Nature: Global Change and the Biosphere in the Anthropocene. Washington International School, March 15, 2012, Washington, DC USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2011. A Global Perspective on Biodiversity Conservation in Anthropogenic Landscapes. USAID Conservation Group, April 13, 2011, Washington, DC USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2011. The Global Shape of Human Nature. Department of Geography, The Pennsylvania State University, April 8, 2011, State College, PA USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2011. Ancient Anthropogenic Landscapes and the Emergence of the Anthropocene. Weston Lecture Series.  University of Wisconsin, March 31, 2011, Madison, WI USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2011. Anthrome Neighborhoods: Globalizing Local. National Academy of Sciences, March 28, 2011, Washington, DC USA.

Ellis, E.C., 2010. Reinventing Ecology in the Anthropocene. Ecologies in the Balance Series. Rutgers University. November 3, 2010, New Brunswick, NJ USA

Ellis, E.C. 2010. Anthropogenic Biomes and Global Change: Investigating a Biosphere Reshaped by Humans (人为生物群落与全球变化:调查人类重塑的生物圈). China Ecological Forum, Institute of Geographical Science and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences. June 29, 2010. Beijing, China. [link to pdf]

Ellis, E.C. and J. Dandois. 2010. Inexpensive Researcher-Deployed 3D Scanning for Vegetation Measurements. Department of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Forestry. June 28, 2010. Beijing, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2010. Long-Term Changes in Anthropogenic Wetlands: Poyang Lake, China and Lake Okeechobee, USA. NSF/NCU Workshop on Poyang Lake Region, China on Environmental Science, Engineering and Sustainable Development. June 24, 2010, Nanchang University, Nanchang, Jiangxi, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2010. The Anthropocene and Anthropogenic Biomes. School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan. March 24, 2010, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ellis, E.C., 2010. Anthropogenic Biomes: Creating the Human Biosphere. Department of Geography, Ohio State University. February 25, 2010, Columbus, Ohio.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Long-Term Changes in the Densely Populated Landscapes of Coastal China & the Coastal USA. US National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Second NSF-NSFC US-China Exchange to Explore Research Cooperation on Climate Change, October 23, 2009, UMBC, Baltimore, MD.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. The Anthropocene and Anthropogenic Biomes: A New Way of Understanding and Measuring Human Impact on the Earth. Biodiversity & Forestry Seminar Series. US Agency for International Development, October 1, 2009, Washington DC. [view powerpoint (68MB!)]

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Human Restructuring of the Terrestrial Biosphere, Surface Processes and Global Climate. Physics Colloquium, UMBC. September 16, 2009, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Anthropogenic Biomes: A New Model for a Used Biosphere. Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (PBL), May 28, 2009, Bilthoven, Netherlands.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Global Land Collaboration Engine: A Networking and Synthesis Tool for Global Land Research. Global Land Project (GLP) Scientific Steering Committee Meeting, May 27, 2009, Wageningen, Netherlands.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Anthropogenic Biomes: New Vision for a Used Biosphere. Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE), University of Wisconsin, May 14, 2009, Madison, Wisconsin.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Nitrogen Fixation: Local Changes, Global Impacts (or How Nodulation Genetics Got Me into a World of Trouble!). Symposium in Honor of Dr. Thomas E. Devine. Agricultural Research Service, USDA, Beltsville, March 26, 2009, Beltsville, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Anthropogenic Biomes: New Model, Old Biosphere. Department of Geography, University of Maryland, College Park, March 12, 2009, College Park, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2009. Changing Climate by Managing Land: Past, Present and Future. Sustainability Lecture Series, Coppin State University, February 27, 2009, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Anthropogenic Biomes: Conserving Biodiversity in an Anthropogenic Biosphere. Conservation International, December 8, 2008, Arlington, Virginia.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Anthropogenic Biomes: A Global Vision for Earth Science in the 21st Century, Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University, October 30, 2008, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Sustainable Management of an Anthropogenic Biosphere: Lessons from China, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University, October 20, 2008, Ithaca, New York.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Anthropogenic Biomes: A Global Vision for Ecology in the 21st Century, Department of Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia, September 11, 2008, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Urban Systems in a Global Context: Anthropogenic Biomes of the World. Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education (CUERE), University of Maryland, Baltimore County, September 5, 2008, Baltimore, Maryland. [powerpoint presentation; 28MB]

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Anthropogenic biomes: a framework for earth science and ecology in the 21st century. Department of Earth & Ocean Sciences, Duke University, February 29, 2008, Durham, North Carolina.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Anthropogenic biomes: mapping an anthropogenic biosphere. National Geographic Society (Maps), February 6, 2008, Washington, DC.

Ellis, E.C., 2008. Anthropogenic biomes: a 21st century view of the biosphere. Department of Geography & Environment, Boston University, January 25, 2008, Boston, Massachusetts.

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Measuring the global impacts of local changes across rural China. Geospectives presentation, Department of Geography, McGill University, October 19, 2007, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Changes in land use and biogeochemistry across China's village landscapes, 1945 to 2002. Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, May 29, 2007, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Anthropogenic biomes: a global framework for ecology in the 21st century. Department of Environmental Studies, University of California, May 14, 2007, Santa Cruz, California.

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Local changes with global impacts: long-term ecological change in China's densely-populated rural landscapes. Department of Plant & Soil Science, University of Vermont, March 27, 2007, Burlington, Vermont.

Ellis, E.C., 2007. Putting People in the Map: Anthropogenic Biomes of the World. Department of Plant & Soil Science, University of Vermont, March 25, 2007, Burlington, Vermont.

Ellis, E.C., 2006. Combining site-based research with regionally optimized bootstrapping to estimate long-term ecological changes across rural China. Department of Mathematics & Statistics, UMBC, October 6, 2006, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2006. Long-term ecological changes in China's densely populated rural landscapes: local changes with global impacts. Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institute of Washington, February 22, 2006, Stanford, California.

Ellis, E.C., 2005. Measuring long-term ecological changes across China’s densely populated rural landscapes. Division of Environmental Biology, National Science Foundation, January 31, 2005, Arlington, VA.

Ellis, E.C., 2004. Measuring long-term ecological changes in densely populated landscapes. Department of Geography, University of Maryland, College Park, October 28, 2004, College Park, Maryland.

Ellis, E.C., 2004. Ecological impacts of long-term changes in land use across China's village landscapes. Department of Geography, The George Washington University, October 14, 2004, Washington, DC.

Ellis, E.C., 2003. Village landscapes, global change and China. Division of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Duke University, September 26, 2003, Durham, North Carolina.

Ellis, E.C., 2002. Measuring long-term ecological changes in densely populated landscapes. Institute of Geography & Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, December 13, 2002, Beijing, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2001. China’s village landscapes and global change. Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University, October 12, 2001, State College, Pennsylvania.

Ellis, E.C., 2001. China’s rural landscapes and global biogeochemical change. Jiangsu Department of Agriculture and Forestry, January 14, 2001, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.

Ellis, E.C., 2001. Asian village landscapes and global biogeochemical change. Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, January 13, 2001, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China.