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WELCOME BOB WONG - NEW SE

Bob Wong has joined our editorial team as a subject editor! Join us in giving him a warm welcome. Bob is a behavioural ecologist whose lab is currently based in Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Read his interview! Personal webpage: bobwonglab.org twitter: @...

WELCOME ALLAN EDELSPARRE - NEW SE

Allan doing some laboratory work! The Oikos team has a new Subject Editor! Welcome, Allan Edelsparre! We are happy to share the following interview with Allan, read it and get to know him and his research area better! Link to Allan's personal page: http://aedelsparre...

WELCOME ANDREW GONZALEZ - NEW EDITOR

We want to wish Andrew Gonzalez a warm welcome to the Oikos team! He is a professor at McGill University (Montreal, Canada), Liber Ero Chair in Conservation Biology, Killam Fellow, and the founding director of the Quebec Centre for Biodiversity Science . Andrew has...

Cover September

September's cover shows us a branching coral ( Acropora sp. ) in an area with high urbanization. Read about the impacts of urbanization on marine environments in the study " Towards an urban marine ecology: characterizing the drivers, patterns and processes of marine...

Cover November

The photo for November's Issue shows us an incredible view! What determines whether a plant can survive the rough conditions of the Himalayas? Read about it in the paper " Disentangling evolutionary, environmental and morphological drivers of plant anatomical...

Cover July/August

The photo for our July and August Issues show a Lesser kestrel ( Falco naumanni ) sitting on a stone before a wall with a mouse in its beak. Read the associated paper "Benefits of extra food to reproduction depend on maternal condition" by Podofillini et al. (2019)...

Cover May

The photo of May's issue shows halictid bees from Peru! Check out the related paper " Does the sociality of pollinators shape the organisation of pollination networks? " (Maia et al. 2019)! Photo taken by: Claus Rassmusen

Cover March

Here is our March Cover showing a majestic red deer ( Cervus elaphus )! The image is from the paper " Large herbivore migration plasticity along environmental gradients in Europe: life‐history traits modulate forage effects " found in this issue! Photo taken by: Anders...

Cover October

The photo on the October cover shows a barnacle goose ( Branta leucopsis ) from the paper " Resting metabolic rate in migratory and non‐migratory geese following range expansion: go south, go low " (Eichhorn et al. 2019) found in this issue! Photo taken by: Götz...

Cover June

Our cover for the June issue is a drawing made by Abby McBride. It summarizes the Forum paper "Inclusive fitness, asymmetric competition and kin selection in plants" by Bodil K. Ehlers and trine Bilde. The drawing is one of five that Abby has made to illustrate our...

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