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Welcome Julien Cote - new SE

We have the great pleasure to welcome Julien Cote, University o Tolouse, France, to our Editorial Board. Get to know him on his website http://www.juliencote.fr/ and in the interview below: What's you main research focus at the moment? I currently study the impacts of...

Welome Morgan Kelly - new SE

We have the great pleasure to welcome Morgan Kelly, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara, to our Editroial Board. Get to know her in the interview below: What's you main research focus at the moment? My research...

Cover April

The photo on our cover for our Per Brink Special Issue shows a juvenile moor frog (Rana arvalis) in the forest floor in Central Sweden, May 2016. This species is one of the most abundant and widespread amphibians in Scandinavia, even tolerating freezing during the...

Hura, hura, Oikos’ first Per Brinck issue is out.

Who’s issue? Per Brinck was a Swedish ecologist who has played an instrumental role for the development and recognition of the science of ecology in the Nordic countries, especially as serving as the Editor-in-Chief for Oikos for many years. In honour of him, Oikos...

Welcome Adrián Escudero- new SE

We have the great pleasure to welcome Adrián Escudero, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Mostoles, Spain, to our Editroial Board. Get to know him in the interview below and by checking out his research here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Adrian_Escudero What's you...

March cover

The photo on the cover for our March Issue was shot by Johannes Foufopoulos. A male Aegean Wall Lizard (Podarcis erhardii) photographed on the Cycladic island of Naxos (Greece). The species occurs in numerous relict populations across land-bridge islands that were...

The place to study litter decomposition

This paper is based on field work mostly done in the Ohu Village. This is a village in Papua New Guinea that runs its own small rainforest conservation area of approximately 300 ha. The surrounding lands have been largely converted to food gardens or are covered by...

Welcome Miguel Verdu - new SE

We are very happy to welcome Dr Miguel Verdu, Valencia, Spain to our editoral board. Below is a short interview with Miguel: What's you main research focus at the moment? I am interested in the signature that evolution leaves into ecological processes acting at species...

Editor's choice February

Organisms respond to predation risk in multiple ways. Induced defences are not restricted to plants in response to herbivore attack, but are also prominently present in vertebrates and arthropods. Induced responses can be of behavioural or morphological origin and...

Cover February

The February cover shows a bull moose on Isle Roylae foraging on deciduous forage in early spring. Parikh et al. show that increasingly diverse diet is associated with better nutritional status in "The influence of plant defensive chemicals, diet composition, and...

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