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Welcome Tadashi Fukami, new SE

We now have the great pleasure to welcome Dr. Tadashi Fukami to Oikos Editorial Board. Below is a short interview with him and if you want to know more, just visit his webiste: http://web.stanford.edu/~fukamit/ What's you main research focus at the moment? I am...

Editor's Choice May

The meta-analysis and forum paper from the May issue of Oikos are selected as Editor’s choice. Bauer and colleagues synthesise the available empirical evidence to provide evidence that timing of migration events strongly impacts ecological dynamics across larger...

Cover May

The photo on Oikos' May cover, shows a well deserved break in fieldwork and is taken by Bess Hardwick. Fieldwork is performed for the study: Disentangling the ‘brown world’ faecal–detritus interaction web: dung beetle effects on soil microbial properties by Eleanore M...

Heating up arthropod interactions in situ

With advancing climate change, species ranges are likely to shift. However, climate change may also affect interactions among the co-occurring species remaining in the landscape. Most interactions on the globe involve insects, whether in the tropics , the temperate...

Cover April

The photo on the April cover is taken by Javier Valverde and relates to the paper: The temporal dimension in individual-based plant pollination networks , by Valverde et al. here's a short description of the photo: Unfocused in the background, a bee fly approaches to...