A couple of weeks ago the British Ecology Society Journals published a virtual issue for Open Access Week looking at the most downloaded data sets in Dryad associated with papers […]
Since all models are wrong the scientist cannot obtain a “correct” one by excessive elaboration. On the contrary following William of Occam he should seek an economical description of natural […]
As well as being fascinating creatures with a unique sensory ecology, bats are also potentially useful indicator species whose population trends may help to provide broader information about the health […]
We live surrounded by populations. We rely on populations of plants and animals for food; we struggle to control populations of pests and pathogens. The food webs on which we […]
This time last year the British Ecological Society Publications team surveyed all researchers that had either submitted a manuscript to or reviewed a manuscript for, one or more of the […]
We are pleased to welcome Ann Tate and Marie Auger-Méthé who have all recently joined the Journal of Animal Ecology Associate Editor Board. Ann T. Tate Department of Biological Sciences, […]
Issue 86:4 is now out. The In Focus in this issue is by Jonathan De Long and looks at the paper by Yuanhu Shao on “Nitrogen deposition cancels out exotic […]
Issue 86:3 is now out. The In Focus in this issue is by Damien Farine and looks at the paper by Andrea Springer on “Dynamic vs. static social networks in […]
We are excited to announce the newly revamped Animal Ecology In Focus blog, along with our fresh new design we are pleased to welcome a new team for the blog. […]
The creation of artificial light has dramatically changed the natural environment. Light pollution from buildings, vehicles and streetlights has the potential to alter the behaviour of many animals.
We are pleased to welcome Isabella Cattadori, Damien Farine, and Garrett Street who have all recently joined the Journal of Animal Ecology Associate Editor Board.
Issue 86:2 is now out including TWO In Focus papers! The first is by Jason Chapman titled “Honey buzzards don’t always make a beeline” and looks at the paper […]
The Elton Prize is awarded by the British Ecological Society each year for the best paper in Journal of Animal Ecology written by an early career author at the start […]
Today is International Women’s day, an annual event celebrating the achievements of women all over the world and helping to drive positive change to achieve gender parity. The latest Global […]
In this video Executive Editor Ken Wilson discusses what he is looking for from a great paper for Journal of Animal Ecology. The message from Ken is that papers must […]
In the heart of New Zealand’s Waikato region, rising out of a sea of gently rolling pastoral farmland, is an imposing remnant of ancient forest that draws you in. Maungatautari […]
Issue 86:1 is now out including an editorial announcing some new journal initiatives a paper on ‘How to…’ include genetic groups in quantitative genetic animal models by Matthew Wolak and Jane […]
We are looking for an Associate Editor for this blog. The aim of the blog is to provide the latest journal updates and, in particular, to serve as a forum for […]
New research published in Journal of Animal Ecology shows that wasp populations are increased by warmer and drier springs.
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There is only one month to go before the open call for papers for the special feature on animal host-microbe interactions closes. In…