Ecology and Evolution
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All articles accepted from 14 August 2012 are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. All articles accepted before this date, were published under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License.
Editors-in-Chief: Allen Moore, University of Georgia, USA; Andrew Beckerman, University of Sheffield, UK; Jennifer Firn, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Impact Factor: 2.537
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 54/150 (Ecology)
Online ISSN: 2045-7758
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Introducing the new Editor in Chief
We are delighted to introduce Dr Jennifer Firn as the new Editor-in-Chief for Ecology and Evolution
Dr Firn is currently Associate Professor, School of Earth, Environmental and Biological Sciences at Queensland University of Technology. Dr Firn is a theoretical and applied ecologist who specializes in linking ecological theory to the sustainable management of degraded grasslands and forests. The driving motivation throughout Dr. Firn’s career has been to find smarter, cheaper and more sustainable ways of restoring degraded plant communities. Dr. Firn is a scientist because of her commitment to developing a better understanding of how the loss of native biodiversity impacts on ecosystems and subsequently finding better ways to bring it back.
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