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

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

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 

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

Journal news: new Executive Editor and Senior Editor

New Executive Editor At the end of this year, we will be saying goodbye to Marc Cadotte as Journal of Applied Ecology‘s Executive Editor. Marc has done a fantastic job leading the journal since he took on the role in 2014. Under Marc’s watch, the journal’s publication record has gone from strength to strength. We’ve also introduced several new journal initiatives under his leadership, including … Continue reading Journal news: new Executive Editor and Senior Editor

Senior 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 Journal of Applied Ecology. Deadline 05 September 2019. We are seeking an ecologist to join the current editorial team, collaborating with the other Editors to continue raising the Journal of Applied Ecology‘s profile and reach worldwide. The journal’s international Editorial Board consists of … Continue reading Senior Editor vacancy – apply now

Getting everyone on board with rewilding

To celebrate the release of the latest Ecological Reviews, Rewilding, we’ve invited some of the book’s authors and editors to share their insights into this hotly debated topic from both applied and interdisciplinary perspectives. The posts will be shared here on The Applied Ecologist’s Blog and over at Relational Thinking. Kicking off the series, Nathalie Pettorelli (Zoological Society of London) explores the challenging concept of reaching … Continue reading Getting everyone on board with rewilding

Assessing uneven global distribution in applied ecology: your thoughts

We recently published a new Editorial, Assessing the uneven global distribution of readership, submissions and publications in applied ecology: Obvious problems without obvious solutions. You’ve provided some great insights into this issue on Twitter so far. Why not read the article for free and join the conversation? Leave a comment below or Tweet us @JAppliedEcology Editorial: Assessing uneven global distribution in applied ecology If you’re interested … Continue reading Assessing uneven global distribution in applied ecology: your thoughts