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Ecology Across Borders Abstract Deadline

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Ecology Across Borders Abstract Deadline

There’s only one week left to submit an abstract to Ecology Across Borders.

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Press Release: Outstanding ecologists honoured by the British Ecological Society

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Press Release: Outstanding ecologists honoured by the British Ecological Society

The BES announced the winners of its annual awards and prizes today, recognising nine distinguished ecologists whose work has benefited the scientific community and society in general.

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Press Release: Clear it – but will they come? Native plants need re-seeding after rhododendron removal, study finds

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Press Release: Clear it – but will they come? Native plants need re-seeding after rhododendron removal, study finds

Native plants need a helping hand if they are to recover from invasive rhododendron, Scottish ecologists have discovered.

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Author and Reviewer Survey Results

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Author and Reviewer Survey Results

2016 Author and Reviewer Survey Results

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Science and art? A new opera about how trees communicate

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Science and art? A new opera about how trees communicate

BES Outreach Grant awardee Gestalt Arts is taking its new science opera to Green Man Festival in Wales this week.

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Our Plant, Soils, Ecosystems Special Interest Group Needs You!

Our Plant, Soils, Ecosystems Special Interest Group Needs You!

Our Plant, Soils, Ecosystems Special Interest group is looking for a new secretary, express your interest today.

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Press Release: Ants dominate waste management in tropical rainforests

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Press Release: Ants dominate waste management in tropical rainforests

Ants are responsible for moving more than half of food resources from the rainforest floor, playing a key role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem.

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New policies needed to stop invasive plants jumping the garden fence

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New policies needed to stop invasive plants jumping the garden fence

An international team of scientists looks at integrating invasive species policies across ornamental horticulture supply chains to prevent plant invasions.

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Ecology Across Borders: Registration Now Open

Ecology Across Borders: Registration Now Open

Join 1200 international ecologists in Ghent this December at Europe’s largest and most influential ecological conference.

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Joint ‘Virtual Issue’ with the Ecological Society of America

To coincide with the Ecological Society of America’s (ESA) Annual Meeting, which will be held from 6-11 August 2017 in Portland, we are launching our first cross-society, cross-journal virtual issue through our common publishing partner Wiley.

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Windows of opportunity to influence policy: four tips to improve the uptake of scientific knowledge

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Windows of opportunity to influence policy: four tips to improve the uptake of scientific knowledge

David Christian Rose explores how to make the most of policy windows to promote evidence-informed environmental policy.

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Press Release: New ranking system compares introduced species and their human impact

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Press Release: New ranking system compares introduced species and their human impact

Under the leadership of Sven Bacher, professor of biology at the University of Fribourg, scientists have now developed a classification system to determine which introduced species makes life most difficult for humans.

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Press Release: Modelling the spread of disease through aquatic communities

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Press Release: Modelling the spread of disease through aquatic communities

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Capturing Ecology 2017 is now open!

Capturing Ecology 2017 is now open!

Get those cameras ready! Our Photographic Competition - Capturing Ecology - is now open.

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House of Lords examines the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act: have your say

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House of Lords examines the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act: have your say

Contribute to our response to the House of Lords Select Committee on the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act.

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