Ecological Management & Restoration is a restoration ecology journal bridging the gap between the ecologist's perspective and field manager's experience. Publishing peer-reviewed articles, reviews, viewpoints, comments and meeting reports on the science and practice of ecosystem restoration and management in Australia and New Zealand, this innovative journal combines a highly readable style with scientifically credible material.



Call for Applicants: Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Ecological Management & Restoration

The Ecological Society of Australia is seeking a person with research and/or professional experience in the natural resource management sector who is highly motivated in advancing the publication of applied ecological research and practice to join the Editorial Board of Ecological Management & Restoration in the role of Deputy Editor-in-Chief. 

Application deadline: 12 July 2024

Download the Position Description and Selection Criteria.

Special Issue: Indigenous and cross-cultural ecology – perspectives from Australia

This special issue brings to readers 16 original contributions that highlight the unique values of Indigenous biocultural knowledge and practice and report on ground-breaking collaborations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers and authors. Read it here.

We acknowledge the generous sponsorship for this special issue provided by The Nature Conservancy, the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program (via the Threatened Species Recovery Hub) and the Ecological Society of Australia.


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