Journal of Animal Ecology is delighted to announce 19 new Associate Editors who have joined the Editorial Board following our latest open call across all seven BES journals. Jelle Boonekamp – University of Glasgow , United Kingdom Jelle’s research focusses on the ultimate and proximate causes of senescence. He combines molecular, behavioural, and quantitative genetic approaches using lab and field studies. He has developed expertise in … Continue reading Our new Associate Editors 2023
Hi! I’m Tom, a lecturer at Cardiff University, assistant editor at Journal of Animal Ecology, and a self-described macroecologist. I’m writing on the JAE blog to promote the wonderful subfield of macroecology. JAE is packed with a wealth of great animal macroecology studies. In addition, there is a British Ecological Society Macroecology Special Interest Group Annual Meeting (that’s a serious mouthful) coming up in July. … Continue reading What’s so great about macroecology?
The corona pandemic continues to make international travelling difficult. Luckily, tools for virtual meetings have developed rapidly in order to facilitate the continued exchange of knowledge and ideas. While virtual conferences will never be the same as in-person meetings, there are also many positive sides to meeting virtually. Here we list a few tips on how to get the most out of your virtual EAB … Continue reading Tips for getting the most out of the virtual Ecology Across Borders 2021 Meeting
This year’s UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) will be held in Glasgow in November, and now more than ever before, the pressure is on for world leaders to agree on climate action to keep global warming below 1.5°c. In the lead up to the conference, we’re asking our editors and authors to share their research at the interface of climate and ecology. In this post, our Associate … Continue reading The impacts of climate change: from a butterfly’s microbiome to food security