2016 Reprise, and 2017 Preview

A Happy New Year to all our readers, authors, and reviewers from the Journal of Ecology Editorial Team! In many ways 2016 was an eventful year (we promise not to talk about politics here), including for the Journal. In brief, we were pleased to receive well over 800 original manuscript submissions, 54% of which were…

Bayesian estimation of population viability

Alejandro Ruete and colleagues have a paper in the Journal (100:2) titled “Hierarchical Bayesian estimation of the population viability of an epixylic moss“.  Read it here. The authors have provided a motivation for their study, a brief description of their major finding below, and a picture of their study organism.