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A good hypothesis is a matter of scale

Graduate students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill used data from over 52 000 forested locations in the eastern U.S. to show that there is no regional level support for a widely held ecological hypothesis. The hypothesis, termed the stress-dominance...

New Subject Editor Morgan Tingley

Dr Morgan Tingley is a global change ecologist with interests in distributional ecology, community ecology, and climate change. He received an M.Sc. in Zoology from Oxford University in 2004, and his PhD in Environmental Science, Policy and Management from the University of...

New Software Note editor: Brody Sandel

Dr Brody Sandel is a community ecologist and macroecologist with interests in global change, vegetation dynamics and global diversity patterns. He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Bioscience and the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University...

New Subject Editor: Daniel Kissling

Dr W. Daniel Kissling is a quantitative biodiversity scientist, with an interest in macroecology & biogeography, spatial ecology, biotic interactions, and global change. He obtained his doctoral degree in 2008 at the University of Mainz, Germany (with Katrin Böhning-...

New Subject Editor: Corrie Moreau

Dr Corrie Moreau is an Assistant Curator in the Department of Science and Education at the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Corrie completed her Ph.D. at Harvard University in 2007 where she investigated the evolution and diversification of ants and...

Photo covers

EcographyFrom January 2014, Ecography will have a photo on each cover from one of the articles included in that particular issue. Would you like to contribute to the cover associated with your article? Cover photos can be of your study animal , field work location or graphs/art work...

See you at Nordic Oikos 2014?

The Nordic Society Oikos will host a meeting in Stockholm 3-6 February 2014. Read more at http://www.zoologi.su.se/nordic_oikos2014/index.php Will we see you there?

Upcoming IBS special issue

Keep an eye out for the upcoming IBS special issue that are proceedings from the IBS Miami 2013 meeting. We also have an upcoming special issue in 2014 called "Demography as the basis for understanding and predicting range dynamics "

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