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Methods in Ecology and Evolution
MEE is a scientific journal promoting new methods in & , and facilitating their dissemination and uptake by the community.
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Guillaume Bastille-Rousseau May 29
A great resource for grad students with lots of examples and exercises using R.
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Functional Ecology May 29
New on the blog! Land-use, biodiversity and zoonotic diseases - Christian Imholt and Anna Obiegala give their perspectives on the emergence of zoonotic diseases in the context of human interference and habitat disturbance.
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 29
has a new Lead Editor🎉
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 28
Interested in photography & ecology? Then don't miss our new series Capturing Ecology: Behind the Lens! We'll be doing weekly interviews on Instagram Live with the photographers behind our annual photo competition📸 Tune in for our 1st interview on 3 June
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 28
From writing his first line of to creating a new package💡In the latest blog post, gives us the story behind the new paper 'metan: An R package for multi‐environment trial analysis' also available em Português
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 28
Read Part 1 of our interview with Dennis Murray and Brett Sandercock about their new textbook 'Population Ecology in Practice' OUT NOW
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Andy Suggitt May 28
Really happy that our new virtual journal issue on microclimates is online! From getting the data you need through to generating microclimate surfaces and analysing the results, we hope it's useful for anyone relatively new to the field:
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 27
At our journals, the number of articles published has doubled over the past 10 years! Check out our cross-journal virtual issue Microclimate Matters, out now:
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 26
Remote monitoring of is essential, but involves processing a huge amount of data. & Donovan’s R package AMMonitor provides an adaptive framework for moving from raw data to analysis and results. Read for free at
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Aaron M. Ellison May 26
always a pleasure to start my workday by accepting a ms 😀
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British Ecological Society May 26
Many of us are familiar with today but did you know that a diverse range of trees and shrubs is needed to encourage pollinators and support shea trees? New research published in today:
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Applied Ecol. Resources|Ecol. Solutions & Evidence May 20
📰Published Today📰 In their latest research, Sandvik et al. perform quantitative assessments of the ecological impact of all 1,183 alien species in Norway to support evidence-based management. Read the article in full here:
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 20
It's our 10th anniversary!🎉And to celebrate, we are highlighting a key article from each of our 10 volumes. Transporting us back to 2010, et al. reflect on their paper 'The art of modelling range‐shifting species' and what has changed since:
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Applied Ecol. Resources|Ecol. Solutions & Evidence May 19
As the -19 pandemic continues, what are its effects on ecosystems and the people that research and manage them? Find out more in our latest blog by below.
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Applied Ecol. Resources|Ecol. Solutions & Evidence May 15
📰Published Today📰 In our first From Practice article, Taylor et al. present a case study using to inform control. Read the full article here:
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 14
The official blog of has had a makeover, and with it a new name! Find out more about this collaboration with
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Methods in Ecology and Evolution May 14
🌞Today's the day🌞
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British Ecological Society May 12
An outstanding theoretical ecologist, former president of both and & former chief scientific adviser to UK government, Robert May died in late April aged 84. Obituary:
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Marco Crotti May 13
Pleased to share the blog post about my recent article on extracting genomic SNPs from epigenomic RADs. It is the first chapter published from my phd thesis, so I’m quite happy :) !
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