Another round of exciting papers have been accepted by the Methods in Ecology and Evolution team, including
- Model-aided learning for adaptive management of natural resources: an evolutionary design perspective
by Jeroen Groot and Walter Rossing
- Accounting for non-independent detection when estimating abundance of organisms with a Bayesian approach
by Julien Martin, Jeffrey Royle, Darryl Mackenzie, Holly Edwards, Marc Kery and Beth Gardner
- An integrated model of habitat and species occurrence dynamics
by Darryl MacKenzie, Larissa Bailey, James Nichols and James Hines
- And more!
We’ve also accepted RBrownie: an R package for testing hypotheses about rates of evolutionary change by Joseph Stack, Luke Harmon and Brian O’Meara, an Application providing an interface between the Brownie phylogenetic library and the R software environment.
They’ll all be arriving on to Early View over the coming weeks, and the Application paper will be free for anyone to enjoy.