I hope that you have had an enjoyable and productive summer – this is just to update on a few bits of news from Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
First, Issue 3 has appeared – there are articles on topics including:
- Evolutionary Ecology
- Stable Isotopes
- Population modelling & monitoring
- Conservation & community ecology
Second, the first year of the journal has been enormously succesful – we are getting many very good submissions and as a consequence we will move from 4 issues this year, to 6 in 2011. This is a faster growth than we had anticipated and reflects the superb quality of the papers that we are receiving!
Third, we will be at the British Ecological Society meeting in Leeds next week from the 6-8th Sept. If you have any questions, do drop by the Wiley-Blackwell stand: about 13 members of the editorial team will be at the meeting.
Finally do check out our videos & podcasts – there have been lots of updates.