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Cover April

April's cover displays female caribou from the Rivière-aux-Feuilles herd during the fall migration, from a study by Le Corre et al. (2019) - "Where to spend the winter? The role of intraspecific competition and climate in determining the selection of wintering areas by...

NSO journals in Covid-19 times

Dear authors, readers and reviewers, As the world grapples with COVID-19 we write, above all, to wish you and those close to you continued good health. These are uneasy times and we wanted to let you know that the editorial office of the Nordic Society Oikos (NSO) is...

WELCOME ANTONINO CUSUMANO - NEW SE

Antonino Cusumano has joined Oikos as a Subject Editor, welcome! He is a post-doc at the Laboratory of Entomology in Wageningen University, The Netherlands. We are very happy to have him join our team! Find out more about his interests and expertise in the interview...

Cover March

This spectacular site, situated south of Lassen Peak in Northern California (USA), is this month's cover and the study site for Martin et al. (2019) - "Forest structure and snow depth alter the movement patterns and subsequent expenditures of a forest carnivore, the...

WELCOME NINA FATOUROS - NEW SE

Nina with a beetle teaching insects to Biology students in the French Pyrenees We are super excited to welcome Nina Fatouros to Oikos! She is an Associate professor (tenure-track) at the Biosystematics Group in Wageningen University (The Netherlands). She was kind...

WELCOME SHURONG ZHOU - NEW SE

Oikos warmly welcomes our new Subject Editor Shurong Zhou, a Professor from Fudan University, China! Check out her interview. Keywords: Biodiversity maintenance, biodiversity-disease relationship, community assembly, community ecology, theory of biodiversity 1. What's...

WELCOME FRANÇOIS MUNOZ - NEW SE

A journal needs experts in many fields. Join me in welcoming François Munoz to Oikos! He is currently a Professor at Université Grenoble Alpes. His research concerns Ecology, Biogeography and Evolutionary Biology! Get to know him and his work better in the interview...

Cover February

February's Cover displays The West Fork Gila River, New Mexico, USA, home to Catostomus insignis , the Sonora Sucker, which acts as an ecosystem engineer by digging depressions in soft sediment areas and resuspending sediments through its primarily cryptic nocturnal...

Cover January

The photo shows a juvenile roe deer ( Capreolus capreolus ) dispersing into a human-dominated landscape in southern France. Read the associated paper ‘ Beyond dispersal versus philopatry? Alternative behavioural tactics of juvenile roe deer in a heterogeneous landscape...

Cover December

This month’s cover photo shows a close-up of a weaver ant ready to attack. Ants and their antibiotic excretions can reduce and eliminate disease symptoms on their host plants. Read more in “ Ants suppressing plant pathogens: a review ” by Offenberg and Damgaard (2019...

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