2019 Harper Prize Winner: Maria Leunda

The John L Harper Early Career Researcher Award is given each year to the best paper in the journal by an early career author at the start of their career. We’re delighted to announce that the 2019 winner is Maria Leunda her article ‘Ice cave reveals environmental forcing of long‐term Pyrenean tree line dynamics. The…

The Eco-evolutionary Dilemma

This is a guest post by Associate Editor Richard P. Shefferson, who recently also guest-edited a Special Feature for Journal of Ecology. The most recent issue of Journal of Ecology (July 2015) includes a Special Feature on Eco-evolutionary Dynamics in Plants. The Special Feature consists of five research papers and an editorial, and the themes…

Greetings from… Kagoshima!

This is a guest post by Associate Editor Rich Shefferson, from the University of Tokio, who attended the Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan last week in Kagoshima. Greetings from Kagoshima, the site of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of Japan! Kagoshima is located at the southern end of Kyushu,…

¡Ecología en América del Sur!

The 5th Binational Ecology Meeting (#socecol) between the Argentinian Ecological Association and the Chilean Ecological Society is in full swing. Journal of Ecology Associate Editor Frida Piper is attending and so is Andrew Beckerman (@beckerhopper), Editor of Ecology and Evolution, who is also blowing the British Ecological Society’s horn from a beautifully minimalistic and hopefully highly effective…

Journal of Ecology at ESA

Brace yourselves! Almost all of the Journal of Ecology Editors will be attending ESA this year. Mike Hutchings, David Gibson and Richard Bardgett are making their way to Portland to do all things conferency: give talks, watch their students give talks, talk to the Associate Editors of Journal of Ecology who will be there, talk…

Volume 100: Issue 3

Issue 3 is now online and features the paper by Ireland & Booth as the Editor’s Choice for this issue: “Upland deforestation triggered an ecosystem state-shift in a kettle peatland”. You can read the Editor’s Choice article by Amy Austin in a previous blog post.