Ecology Letters

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Editor-in-Chief : Tim Coulson

Impact Factor: 9.449

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 4/153 (Ecology)

Online ISSN: 1461-0248

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Direct fitness benefits explain mate preference, but not choice, for similarity in heterozygosity levels

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Age-specific infectious period shapes dynamics of pneumonia in bighorn sheep

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Gradual changes in range size accompany long-term trends in species richness

Ryan D. Batt, James W. Morley, Rebecca L. Selden, Morgan W. Tingley and Malin L. Pinsky

 

Modelling nutritional mutualisms: challenges and opportunities for data integration

Teresa J. Clark, Colleen A. Friel, Emily Grman, Yair Shachar-Hill and Maren L. Friesen

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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.

In 2015, Ecology Letters will move to online only publication , in trend with Wiley's path of digital transformation, as the company invests in the customizable, technology-enabled products and services needed by our customers in the future. The gradual migration of journals from print to solely online is part of this transition, supporting investment in forward-looking innovation and building online communities for journal readers and our society partners.

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