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Editor-in-Chief : Marcel Holyoak
Impact Factor: 13.042
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 2/140 (Ecology)
Online ISSN: 1461-0248
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The Theoretical Ecology Section outstanding paper prize has been awarded to: "Comparing the qualitatively different effects of rapidly evolving and rapidly induced defences have on predator-prey interactions" by Michael Cortez.
A conceptual framework for the evolution of ecological specialisation
Timothée Poisot, James D. Bever, Adnane Nemri, Peter H. Thrall, Michael E. Hochberg
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Thermal legacies: transgenerational effects of temperature on growth in a vertebrate
Santiago Salinas, Stephan B. Munch
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We are pleased to announce that Ecology Letters is the latest journal to integrate submission of manuscripts with data to Dryad. In this process, the journal and repository communicate behind the scenes in order to streamline data submission for authors, and also to ensure that the article contains a permanent link to the data. Find out more here.
New Special Issue: Ecological Effects of Environmental Change
Edited by: Marcel Holyoak and Michael Hochberg
Following on from the symposium on Ecological Effects of Environmental Change, held in Paris, June 2012, Ecology Letters has published its first Special Issue, which covers the diverse ecological effects of climate change. The CNRS and Ecology Letters sponsored-symposium held the aim that major contributors to the ecological effects of environmental change present and discuss their latest findings. This exciting Special Issue contains new invited Reviews and Syntheses and Ideas and Perspectives papers about the ecology of environmental change from leading researchers in the fields of global change and climate change.
Ecology Letters - Featured Article May 2014
Possum Poo Study Sheds Light on Human Disease
A new study of the way bacteria spread amongst possums could shed light on the spread of human epidemics. Scientists from The Australian National University studied E. coli in mountain brushtail possums, and found that the bacteria were transmitted in surprising patterns. Read full article on Wiley Online Library.
2012 IMPACT FACTOR - Ecology Letters is still the number one ecology journal, with a result of 17.949!
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