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Importance of migratory habitats

Northern pintail males and females.

By Ruscena Wiederholt and Brady Mattsson

Conserving or managing migratory species is notoriously challenging since their seasonal movements can cross international borders and continents – even...

If the apple doesn't fall far from the tree: Dispersal limitation and climatic niche conservatism shape dragonfly assemblages across Europe

Adaptations to habitats with low temporal and spatial stability (such as the depicted area in the Scottish Highlands, where air temperatures can drop below minus 10°C until Summer) allowed lentic dragonfly species to recolonize areas north of the 0°C isotherm at the Last...

Fish memories could help predict future occurrence patterns

 

By Jed Macdonald, Kai Logemann, Elias Krainski, Þorsteinn Sigurðsson, Colin Beale, Geir Huse, Solfrid Hjøllo, Guðrún Marteinsdóttir

 

The phenomena of schooling, shoaling, flocking, and swarming has intrigued ecologists for...

The E4 Award

We are happy to announce an open competition for The Ecography Award for Excellence in Ecology and Evolution (The E4 Award). The recipient of The E4 Award will receive a 1000€ cash award along with the opportunity to publish a prominently featured and freely available...

A story of hotspots and stepping stones

A typical subarctic mountain trail, winding through a blueberry field (Vaccinium myrtillus).

By Jonas Lembrechts

The higher up you go in the mountains, the less common these new species become. At some point, often close to...