Ecological Management & Restoration
© Ecological Society of Australia
Edited By: Dr Tein McDonald
Online ISSN: 1442-8903
Associated Title(s): Austral Ecology
Recently Published Issues
Read the latest project summaries
Ecological Management and Restoration's project summaries are now freely accessible to provide opportunity for rapid publication of short outlines of interesting ecosystem rehabilitation or restoration projects across Australasia.
To read these summaries, or for more information on submitting summaries visit the Project Summary website.
Ecological Management and Restoration is currently aiming to increase the number of review papers it publishes, and the Editor is actively seeking reviews relevant to Australasian conservation management.
Please see our Author Guidelines page for information on how to submit manuscripts.
EcoTas13, 5th joint conference of the New Zealand Ecological Society and the Ecological Society of Australia, Auckland, 24-29th November, 2013
Join us in Auckland to explore and discuss the critical ecological science of our times, and seek new cross-Tasman synergies through sharing common problems and novel insights.
Special Issue: Indigenous land and sea management in remote Australia
Ecological Management and Restoration has published a recent Special Issue, with Guest Editor Dr Emilie Ens.
Freely available online, the papers showcase how Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians are working together in remote parts of central and northern Australia to develop innovative land and sea management projects. These projects combine indigenous and non-indigenous scientific knowledge and methods, highlighting the seldom documented voices and the input of indigenous peoples into conservation work. Read the Special Issue for free here.