© Ecography. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Edited By: Miguel Araújo. Deputy Editors-in-Chief Nathan Sanders, Jens-Christian Svenning and Catherine Graham
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 6/41 (Biodiversity Conservation); 25/140 (Ecology)
Online ISSN: 1600-0587
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Understanding how and why diversity varies systematically with elevation has been a focus of research in spatial ecology since the days of the earliest naturalists. Indeed, over the past 25 years, Ecography has served as a key outlet for many of the studies examining the underlying causes of elevational diversity gradients. This Virtual Issue highlights some of the key papers that have had (or may have) lasting impressions on the field.
The Ecography paper 'Can biotic interactions cause allopatry? Niche models, competition, and distributions of South American mouse opossums' has been featured on phys.org and also in this Global Online Biodiversity Informatics Seminar.
The Ecography paper 'Latitudinal variation in clutch size–lay date regressions in Tachycineta swallows: effects of food supply or demography?' has been featured on RedOrbit.
Ecography Subject Editor Cagan Sekercioglu wins top science prize in Turkey.
The Ecography paper 'Adopting a spatially explicit perspective to study the mysterious fairy circles of Namibia' has been featured on BBC Earth.
The Ecography paper 'Emigration in emperor penguins: implications for interpretation of long-term studies' has been featured on CBSNews.
The Ecography paper 'Important marine habitat off east Antarctica revealed by two decades of multi-species predator tracking' has been featured in this ACAP blogpost.
The Ecography paper 'Adopting a spatially explicit perspective to study the mysterious fairy circles of Namibia' has been featured on CNN.
The Ecography paper 'Climate-mediated habitat selection in an arboreal folivore' has been featured on Science Alert.
The Ecography open access paper 'Prioritizing global marine mammal habitats using density maps in place of range maps' has been featured by Phys.org.
Watch this Methods in Ecology and Evolution interview with Trevor Hastie, who discusses his recent Ecography paper Inference from presence-only data; the ongoing controversy - a response to Royle et al's Likelihood analysis of species occurrence probability from presence-only data for modelling species distributions.
Miguel Araújo, Deputy Editor in Chief of Ecography is announced as winner of the prestigious Ebbe Nielsen award.
The Ecography paper 'Using historical data to assess the biogeography of population recovery' was featured in a National Geographic article.
The Ecography paper 'Grassland connectivity by motor vehicles and grazing livestock' was featured in a Conservation Magazine article.
The Ecography paper 'Ant mosaics occur in SE Asian oil palm plantation but not rain forest and are influenced by the presence of nest-sites and non-native species' was featured in a Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) article.
News from the Editorial Office
Quo vadis amphibia? Global warming and breeding phenology in frogs, toads and salamanders
Geoffrey M. While and Tobias Uller
Software notes published in Ecography provide the basic rationale behind the software, its basic functions, and sample usage, output, and interpretation. A link to a persistent website where the software may be downloaded is provided in each case.
Recent Software Notes:
ALADYN – a spatially explicit, allelic model for simulating adaptive dynamics
Katja H. Schiffers and Justin M. J. Travis
EstimateS turns 20: statistical estimation of species richness and shared species from samples, with non-parametric extrapolation
Robert K. Colwell and Johanna E. Elsensohn