The Applied Ecologist's blog

Bridging the gap between researchers, and practitioners, and policymakers

About

As the official blog for Journal of Applied Ecology, this is a place for authors to promote their research through written posts, podcasts, videos and images. We also hope it will be a place for authors, readers, practitioners and policymakers to discuss anything relating to the interface between ecological science and the management of biological resources.

Alongside posts in English we are happy to post translations in languages relevant for the audience of the research, if you are able to provide a full translation or a translated summary of the key messages from the post.

The blog will be managed by Nathalie Pettorelli, one of the Journal’s Senior Editors. If you would like to get involved please contact Nathalie (nathalie.pettorelli@ioz.ac.uk) to discuss your ideas.

For more information on Journal of Applied Ecology, please visit our website to read the aims and scope, read the journal online, and view our author guidelines.

Find out more about the British Ecological Society.

Disclaimer
The views expressed in posts on this blog are personal to the author and are not necessarily shared by any sponsors or owners of this blog or any other person or entity involved in creating, producing or delivering it and no such party shall be held liable for any statements made or content posted.

Comments will be moderated before appearing on the blog. We welcome debate but ask that all comments are polite and relevant. We try to moderate comments within a 24-hour period in the working week.

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