Welcoming our new Associate Editors 2020

Following our open call for applicants in July, we are pleased to welcome 22 new Associate Editors to the Journal of Ecology Editorial Board. The researchers are based across 11 different countries, including our first editor from Bangladesh! We are delighted to further expanded the expertise and diversity of our board. You can find out more about…

Yvonne Buckley – Senior Editor

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Yvonne Buckley was recently appointed as a new Senior Editor for Journal of Ecology. Yvonne has been an Associate Editor with the journal since 2013 and we’re so excited to welcome her to this new role. Yvonne’s research is focussed on population processes and their applications across disciplines…

Volume 108 Issue 6

Volume 108 Issue 6 of Journal of Ecology is now available online! Our latest issue is packed with fascinating articles, including research considering how competition drives local adaptation and trait change in urban and rural habitats, a dataset-based classification of seaweed functional diversity and an article exploring Primula veris (Cowslip) morph frequencies, which is part of our…

Editor’s Choice: Volume 108 Issue 5

The Editor’s Choice article for Journal of Ecology’s latest issue Volume 108 Issue 5 is “Palms and trees resist extreme drought in Amazon forests with shallow water tables” by Sousa et al. Here handling Editor, Crystal McMichael highlights the key findings of this research and explores the question “is the Amazon more resilient to drought than previously…

Cover Stories: Volume 108 Issue 5

The cover image for our new issue shows Purple Toothwort (Lathraea clandestina), a holoparasitic perennial herb which is devoid of chlorophyll and can parasitize a wide range of host plants. This cover image accompanies our newest Biological Flora of the British Isles account on Lathraea clandestina by Atkinson & Atkinson. The photograph was taken by…

Volume 108 Issue 5

Volume 108 Issue 5 of Journal of Ecology is now available online! Our latest issue is packed with incredible articles, including research considering the landscape epidemiology of ash dieback, a review of fire as a fundamental ecological process and a study of dispersal strategies of alpine plant communities across the Andes. You can also read our new Biological…

Editor’s Choice: Volume 108 Issue 4

How Will Climate Change Affect Community Stability? There’s a great deal of concern and uncertainty over the patterns and causal mechanisms that underlie community grassland change in response to climate change (Ratajczak & Ladwig 2019). Experimental work is needed to better understand the potentially synergistic effects of global change stressors on stability of grasslands. In…

Cover Stories: Volume 108 Issue 4

The cover image for our new issue shows a native New Zealand bee, visiting the flowers of an alien creeping thistle. Author and photographer, Carine Emer shares her insight into the ecology of New Zealand, this captivating photograph and her related research paper: Alien plants and flower visitors disrupt the seasonal dynamics of mutualistic networks by Arroyo‐Correa, Burkle…