Ecological Solutions and Evidence: an Associate Editor’s perspective

There is now only one month to go in our open call for Associate Editors as we look to expand the diversity and expertise of our Editorial Board. Find out more about our new journal from the perspective of one of our current Associate Editors, Ian Thornhill. Tell us a little about yourself. I am from Tamworth, Staffordshire, best known for a breed of pig … Continue reading Ecological Solutions and Evidence: an Associate Editor’s perspective

Top tips for Associate Editors

New to the Associate Editor role? Applying to join a British Ecological Society Editorial Board? We asked some of our ‘seasoned pros’ from the Journal of Applied Ecology Editorial Board to share their advice for anyone new to the position of Associate Editor. Select and image below to expand and scroll through the editor advice. If you’re interested in joining the journal board as an … Continue reading Top tips for Associate Editors

Join our journals as an Associate Editor

Wherever you are in the world, we have a great opportunity for you to join the Editorial Board for either Journal of Applied Ecology or Ecological Solutions and Evidence. Apply by Friday 31 July 2020 to become an Associate Editor and support the relationship between ecological science and the management of biological resources. The Associate Editor role We’re looking for: An active researcher with a … Continue reading Join our journals as an Associate Editor

Hedging against biodiversity loss

Research recently published in Journal of Applied Ecology shows how hedgerows and road verges can host more plant species than corresponding woodland and grassland. Lead author, Thomas Vanneste and Associate Editor, Pieter De Frenne highlight what this means for managers and policymakers. Hedgerows and road verges are important habitats across the globe. Road verges cover an estimated 270,000 km² (0.2 %) of the earth’s land … Continue reading Hedging against biodiversity loss

Ecological Solutions and Evidence: perspectives from research, practice and policy (part 2)

The Ecological Solutions and Evidence Editorial Board boasts expertise from a wide range of ecological sectors; from research institutions and NGOs to public body organisations and consultancies. In this second part of our two-part series, we ask our Associate Editors – who work in or in the interface between research, practice and policy – why people should submit to the Journal and what kind of … Continue reading Ecological Solutions and Evidence: perspectives from research, practice and policy (part 2)

Ecological Solutions and Evidence: perspectives from research, practice and policy (part 1)

The Ecological Solutions and Evidence Editorial Board boasts expertise from a wide range of ecological sectors; from research institutions and NGOs to public body organisations and consultancies. In this first part of our two-part series, we ask our Associate Editors – who work in or in the interface between research, practice and policy – to tell us a little about themselves and what need the … Continue reading Ecological Solutions and Evidence: perspectives from research, practice and policy (part 1)

Welcome to our new mentees 2020

We’re pleased to welcome nine new Associate Editor Mentees to the Journal of Applied Ecology Editorial Board. Get to know the newest members of our journal team. Maxime Damien, Manitoba University, Canada Maxime researches plant-insect interactions, from individual insect life history to community ecology, in a way that looks at how plants influence several aspects of arthropod biology, including evolutional trajectories, population dynamics and community … Continue reading Welcome to our new mentees 2020

Showcasing developments in biologging and related methods in applied ecology

Following the recent Journal of Animal Ecology Special Feature on biologging, Associate Editor, Steph Januchowski-Hartley takes a look at how research in this and similar methods are affecting the field of applied ecology today. Advances in technology have allowed for small electronic loggers and transmitters to be developed not only for biomedical monitoring for humans (think of the tech we can use for monitoring hearts, … Continue reading Showcasing developments in biologging and related methods in applied ecology

Editor’s Choice 56:12 – Do introduced apex predators suppress introduced mesopredators? The debate continues

Our December Editor’s Choice by Fancourt et al. indicates that the presence of dingoes in Australia is unlikely to suppress introduced feral cats. Associate Editor, Michael Bode, looks at the evidence in this new research and explains why he feels the debate around this topic is far from over. In recent times, Australia has had one of the worst records of extinction in the world. … Continue reading Editor’s Choice 56:12 – Do introduced apex predators suppress introduced mesopredators? The debate continues

Ecologia do Brasil

Rafael D. Zenni, Tadeu Siqueira e Ricardo Solar A version of this post is available in English here. A ciência ecológica brasileira cresceu imensamente nas últimas décadas, com o florescimento de vários cursos de pós-graduação bem-sucedidos em todo o país dedicados ao tema e um número crescente de pesquisadores dedicados a entender muitos aspectos da imensa biodiversidade do país. Em 2008, havia 35 cursos de … Continue reading Ecologia do Brasil