After announcing the Chico Mendes Prize at the end of 2021, we present the shortlisted articles for this year’s Chico Mendes Prize – awarded to the best Practice Insights article published by an early career practitioner – based on the first two volumes of the journal. The Chico Mendes Prize is awarded every two years to celebrate and honour the work of on-the-ground practitioners and … Continue reading Shortlist announced for Chico Mendes Prize early career practitioner award
Each year, Ecological Solutions and Evidence awards the Georgina Mace Prize to the best research article published by an early career author. Today, we present the shortlisted articles for this year’s award based on the previous volume (2nd) of the journal. Having announced the name of ESE’s early career researcher prize in December 2021, this will be the first year we award the prize in honour … Continue reading Shortlist announced for Georgina Mace Prize early career researcher award
We are delighted to welcome three new Associate Editors to the Journal of Applied Ecology editorial board: Sarah Faye Harpenslager, Francesca Pilotto and Fraser Januchowski-Hartly. Find out more about them and their research interests below: Sarah Faye Harpenslager, B-Ware research centre, Netherlands. Sarah Faye is a biogeochemist and aquatic ecologist. Her main research interests comprise the cycling of nutrients, the interaction between plants and their … Continue reading New Associate Editors: February 2022
Journal of Applied Ecology offers a two-year mentoring opportunity for early career researchers to gain experience of the Associate Editor role on a journal. Each mentee works with an assigned Senior Editor mentor and the Editorial Office. They have the opportunity to gain insights into the publishing and review processes as they handle submissions in an Associate Editor capacity. We’re pleased to welcome six new Associate … Continue reading Welcome to our new Associate Editor Mentees, 2022.
Following the announcement of the Georgina Mace Prize last week, we are delighted to announce the Chico Mendes Prize, our new biennial prize for the best Practice Insights article published by an early career practitioner in Ecological Solutions and Evidence. A version of this post is available in Portuguese. The Chico Mendes Prize will be awarded every two years to the best Practice Insights article published in … Continue reading Introducing the Chico Mendes Prize for the best early career practitioner
Estamos muito felizes em anunciar o Prêmio Chico Mendes (Chico Mendes Prize), nosso novo prêmio bienal para o melhor artigo da categoria “Practice Insight” publicado por um profissional em início de carreira no periódico Ecological Solutions and Evidence. A version of this post is available in English. O Prêmio Chico Mendes será entregue a cada dois anos para o melhor artigo na categoria Practice Insights publicado … Continue reading Apresentando o Prêmio Chico Mendes
We are delighted to announce that the annual Ecological Solutions and Evidence prize for the best Research article in the journal by an early career researcher will be named the Georgina Mace Prize. The British Ecological Society awards an annual prize to the best research paper by an early career author in each of the Society’s journals. The winner of the Early Career Researcher Award … Continue reading Introducing the Georgina Mace Prize for the best early career researcher
We are delighted to welcome Tadeu Siqueira to the Journal of Applied Ecology Senior Editor team. Get to know the newest person behind the decision letters in this ‘Meet the Editor’ conversation. What can you tell us about the first paper you published? As an undergrad, I was interested in studying insects in streams and was introduced to a sampling technique that was cheap, easy, efficient and … Continue reading Meet the Editor: Tadeu Siqueira
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We are inviting contributions from LGBTQ+ ecologists and evolutionary biologists for a series of blog posts across the British Ecological Society journals for UK Pride Month, which takes place in June. The series, called Rainbow Research, aims to promote visibility and inclusion of researchers from the LGBTQ+ community with posts promoting them and their research. Each post will be connected to… Continue reading Rainbow Research: Contribute to our Pride Month Blog Series!
We’re excited to announce Pu Jia as the winner of this year’s Southwood Prize, celebrating the best paper by an early career researcher in the 2020 (57th) volume of Journal of Applied Ecology. Pu’s winning paper is Plant diversity enhances the reclamation of degraded lands by stimulating plant–soil feedbacks. About the research While the ecological literature on the linkages between biodiversity and ecosystem function is rich, … Continue reading Southwood Prize 2020: early career researcher winner announced