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

Speed Review at the BES Annual Meeting: Get a Senior Editor’s Opinion on YOUR Manuscript 

Coming to the British Ecological Society Annual Meeting? Planning to submit a paper to a BES journal? Then you should sign up for the Speed Review Session on Thursday 12 December! (sign-up sheets will be on the BES Stand in the Exhibition Hall.) Find out more about this session below.  What is a Speed Review Session?  Essentially, Speed Review is a chance for you to get … Continue reading Speed Review at the BES Annual Meeting: Get a Senior Editor’s Opinion on YOUR Manuscript 

12 months in ecology

Ahead of her plenary lecture at the BES Annual Meeting next week, Helen Roy, Ecologist at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and People and Nature Associate Editor writes for Relational Thinking and us on her celebration of a year in ecology. If you’re at #BES2019 Helen’s plenary lecture will be at 09.00 am on Friday 13th December. Don’t miss it! Every year I … Continue reading 12 months in ecology

Meet the Editor: Romina Rader

We are excited to welcome Romina Rader 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? My first paper published was about a method to tag crabs in order to follow individuals and find out how they are … Continue reading Meet the Editor: Romina Rader