Ecological Inspirations: Roberto Salguero-Gómez

Roberto integrates research questions in ecology and evolutionary biology by using a variety of methods that include histology, plant ecophysiology, diographic discrete and continuous models, and comparative biology. His research focuses mostly on the exploration of strategies that allow organisms to survive in arid environments, particularly in the light of climate change, and the conditions…

100:2 and a Virtual Issue

Roses are red (sometimes), the Journal cover is blue. What better way to spend st Valentine’s than reading Issue 2? The new issue is now online and you can read it here> This is the first Journal issue to include a new online feature providing direct links to any extra articles about the paper.

Journal of Ecology by numbers

Journal of Ecology was the world’s first ecological journal.  It was established as the official publication of the newly formed British Ecological Society (BES) in 1913 under the leadership and guidance of the Society’s first President, Sir Arthur Tansley FRS.   At its launch, Tansley identified two primary aims for the Journal, namely “to foster and…

Watch this space…

The Journal of Ecology is pleased to announce the launch of an official blog to celebrate the publication of the Centenary Volume in 2012. The blog will be launched in December to coincide with the online publication of Volume 100 Issue 1. Sign up to follow the blog now and be among the first to…