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Stephen Carpenter has received the Stockholm Water Prize connected to the UN World Water day.

Per Brinck award winner in 1996, Stephen Carpenter receives Stockholm Water Prize. Please see here for the article describing the award: http://www.siwi.org/sa/node.asp?node=53

Fox quick biography (and some thoughts on the past and future of Oikos)

I'm Jeremy Fox, an Associate Professor at the University of Calgary. Previously, I did my PhD with the great Peter Morin at Rutgers University and spent four years as a postdoc at the NERC Centre for Population Biology at Silwood Park. I'm broadly interested in...

Welcome to the Oikos blog

Welcome to the Oikos blog. This is a space for authors, readers, and the ecological community at large to post and leave comments. We would love to see photos, discussions, and inquiries about papers published in the journal here. We want to further the dissemination...

Welcome from the Editorial Team

It will take Tim Benton (the Editor-in-Chief) some time to learn how to do a video, so here's a photo instead. Welcome to the Oikos blog site and feel free to leave comments and enter into discussions. Tim Benton playing in the snow Hello from Chris Lortie. [wpvideo...

Per Brinck Oikos Award

Professor Michel Loreu received the Per Brinck Oikos Award (a specially crafted diploma, a glass apple, and a prize sum) from the Editor in Chief of Oikos Professor Tim Benton. The event took place at the Swedish Oikos Society Meeting at Tjärnö Marine biological...

Lortie quick biography

I am an Associate Professor in Biology and Geography at York University in Toronto, Canada. I have been teaching and doing research in Canada for 6 years now in this capacity and explore publication bias in ecology, invasion, seedbanks, urban ecology, and more recently...

Insights into an Oikos paper

[gallery orderby="title"] I would love for authors to post comments, photos, inspirations, and challenges associated with their papers here. As a sample, I published this paper last year in Oikos 'The small-scale spatiotemporal pattern of the seedbank and vegetation of...

Linus Svensson Biography

In 1980 he pulled up his roots from the nourishing soils of Småland and moved down to Lund University to study biology. After completing basic training he moved on with studies in systematic botany which resulted in a Ph. D. thesis in 1990 "Stamen number regulation in...

March 2011 Editor's Choice: To bee...

Hi there, I really enjoyed the paper 'How many flowering plants are pollinated by animals?' by Ollerton et al. Quick and clean - not dirty. Fun to read, really important to conservation biologists and pollination ecologists, and importantly, provides a really useful...

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