ESE Editor’s Choice 1:1 – Understanding invasive plant phenology to better protect native island species

Laysan albatrosses amongst a field of golden crownbeard © David Dow Taylor et al.’s recent From Practice article details a case study on Midway Atoll that demonstrates the importance of understanding plant phenology to better control and eradicate non-native species. Lead Editor Carolyn Kurle highlights this article as the inaugural Ecological Solutions and Evidence Editor’s Choice. Invasive species on islands are an enormous problem; largely … Continue reading ESE Editor’s Choice 1:1 – Understanding invasive plant phenology to better protect native island species

Meet the Editor: Carolyn Kurle

Last month, we announced Carolyn Kurle as our latest addition to the Ecological Solutions and Evidence Senior Editor team. With applications still open for our open call for Associate Editors, find out more about our new Lead Editor in this ‘Meet the Editor’ conversation. What can you tell us about the first paper you published? My first published paper was a nice study based upon … Continue reading Meet the Editor: Carolyn Kurle

Field research and ecosystem management also suffer in pandemics – but there are glimmers of hope

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues Ecological Solutions and Evidence Lead Editor, Holly Jones, addresses the impact of the pandemic on ecosystems and the people that research and manage them. Long-term datasets with at least a year gap. Graduate students left wondering if they’ll have enough data to graduate on time. Advanced PhD students and post-docs left in a tailspin of uncertainty regarding job prospects. Early … Continue reading Field research and ecosystem management also suffer in pandemics – but there are glimmers of hope

Applied ecology in times of COVID-19

In these unusual and, often challenging times, Journal of Applied Ecology Senior Editor, Martin Nuñez raises the questions of how COVID-19 could influence the direction of, and priorities in, applied ecological research.  SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 have drastically changed our lives and routines – as I write this, my two-year-old is desperate for me to make her a cheese empanada out of playdoh. Aside from the … Continue reading Applied ecology in times of COVID-19

Meet the Editor: Marc Cadotte

Our new journal Ecological Solutions and Evidence is currently recruiting another Lead Editor. The new Lead Editor will be joining the Senior Editor team alongside Lead Editor Holly Jones and Editor-in-Chief (EiC) Marc Cadotte, who we are getting to know better in this ‘Meet the Editor’ conversation. Marc has previously contributed to a similar conversation while he was Executive Editor of Journal of Applied Ecology, … Continue reading Meet the Editor: Marc Cadotte

Meet the Editor: Holly Jones

It has already been three months since we launched our new journal Ecological Solutions and Evidence and we are proud to say we have a strong, diverse and growing Editorial Board. We are currently recruiting another Lead Editor to join our Senior Editor team so there is no better time to get to know our current Lead Editor Holly Jones in this ‘Meet the Editor’ … Continue reading Meet the Editor: Holly Jones

Lead Editor vacancy – apply now

We are seeking an ecologist who is highly motivated in advancing the publication of applied ecological research to join the team of Editors on Ecological Solutions and Evidence, a recently launched BES open access journal. Deadline Friday 17 April 2020. We are seeking an ecologist with strong connections in ecological management and practice to join the current editorial team, collaborating with the Editor-in-Chief and Lead … Continue reading Lead Editor vacancy – apply now

PODCAST: Ken Thompson interviews Marc Cadotte

In this podcast Ken Thompson (of Functional Ecology) interviews Marc Cadotte as they discuss the British Ecological Society’s bold and innovative project, Applied Ecology Resources, and its open access journal Ecological Solutions and Evidence. This podcast was recorded at the BES Annual Meeting 2019 in Belfast. A full transcript of the interview can be found below. Find our podcasts on apple, spotify and stitcher, or your favourite podcast app. … Continue reading PODCAST: Ken Thompson interviews Marc Cadotte

Expanding communication and inclusion in applied ecology: lessons from the past and the path ahead

Journal of Applied Ecology’s outgoing and incoming Executive Editors, Marc Cadotte and Jos Barlow, take stock of the growth of the journal and how applied ecology has developed as a discipline in the past decade. They also look forward to innovative new projects and publications aiming to further support ecological researchers and practitioners.  Applied ecological research has never before been more germane to the management … Continue reading Expanding communication and inclusion in applied ecology: lessons from the past and the path ahead