Issue 2 of Methods in Ecology and Evolution is now online, the table of contents is here. In this issue there are 14 new papers on:
- Statistical methods
- Monitoring & modelling plant populations
- Modelling wildlife disease
- Building databases of life-history traits
- GIS methods
One innovation is that we now have a correspondence site:
From here you can send in correspondence about papers, as well as view other correspondence. We think that this is a really useful feature for a journal devoted to methods: corresp0ndence between authors and readers will be a useful resource, allowing discussion of techniques, refinement of methods, ironing out of problems as well as further suggestions for developments. We encourage readers and authors to use this to discuss papers. The site is fully moderated so all material appearing should be constructive and useful to all.
The methods digest for the last month will be appearing soon:- delayed largely as a consequence of volcano ash.