Editorial Board

 

Executive Editor

Marc Cadotte

Marc Cadotte

Assistant Professor, Departments of Biological Sciences, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto, Canada
Marc studies the assembly, dynamics and functioning of ecological communities. To understand mechanisms driving coexistence, he uses modelling, experimental and observational methods in aquatic, microbial and plant systems. Marc also employs phylogenetic methods where evolutionary relationships are used as a surrogate representing species differences. He uses these basic ecological methods to provide scientific rationale for informed conservation management and policy.

Senior Editors

Jos Barlow

Reader in conservation science, Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK
Jos’s research examines biodiversity responses to environmental change in tropical ecosystems. It aims to understand how human-dominated tropical forest landscapes can be managed to conserve biodiversity and ecosystem services, while maintaining the livelihoods of rural peoples. He has worked on a wide range of taxa, and has studied ecological issues in many different management systems, including selectively logged native forests, agroforests, fast-growing timber plantations, slash-and-burn, cattle ranching and mechanised agriculture.

Nathalie Pettorelli

Research fellow, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London, UK
The core of Nathalie’s published research focuses on climate change and its effects on animal ecology and ecosystem functioning.
Extensive experience with remote sensing data and its usefulness in ecology and conservation also drives her interest in promoting a better integration of satellite-based data in global monitoring programs.
Follow Nathalie on Twitter: @Pettorelli

Phil Stephens

Senior Lecturer, School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, University of Durham, UK
Phil is interested in the use of predictive population ecology to inform biodiversity conservation and wildlife management. To that end, his research ranges from population monitoring, dealing with uncertainty in population data, and identifying the drivers of population change, to natural selection as a predictive concept in population biology. He is also interested in species interactions – especially predator-prey interactions and their energetic underpinnings.
Follow Phil on Twitter: @PS_Applied_Ecol

Martin Nuñez

Researcher, CONICET (National Scientific and Technical Research Council), Argentina and Professor, Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Argentina
Martin’s research interests include biological invasions, conservation, mycorrhizal ecology and forestry. He has worked in different parts of the Americas focused mostly on non-native plant species, their interactions with the local flora and fauna, and the problems they generate. He is now also working on different aspects of plant–soil biota interactions from basic and applied perspectives.
Follow Martin on Twitter: @Martin_A_Nunez

 

Editorial Office

Managing Editor

Erika Newton

Assistant Editor

Alice Plane

Journal of Applied Ecology
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Associate Editors

Robert Arlinghaus, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries & Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
Cristina Banks-Leite, Imperial College London, UK
Silke Bauer, Schweizerischen Vogelwarte Sempach, Switzerland
Jacqueline Beggs, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Céline Bellard, University College London, UK
Joseph Bennett, Carleton University, Canada
Claudia Bieber, University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria
Julia Blanchard, University of Tasmania, Australia
Michael Bode, University of Melbourne, Australia
Rob Britton, Bournemouth University, UK
Nathalie Butt, University of Queensland, Australia
Yong Cao, University of Illinois, USA
Silvia Carvalho, University of Porto, Portugal
Lei Cheng, Zhejiang University, China
Ben Collen, University College London, UK
Pieter De Frenne, Ghent University, Belgium
Sarah Diamond, Case Western Reserve University, USA
Tim Diekötter, University of Kiel, Germany
Don Driscoll, Deakin University, Australia
Johan du Toit, Utah State University, USA
Sarah Durant, Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London, UK
Bret Elderd, Louisiana State University, USA
Alex Fajardo, Centro de Investigación en Ecosistemas de la Patagonia (CIEP), Chile
Jennifer Firn, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Luke Flory, University of Florida, USA
Marie-Josée Fortin, University of Toronto, Canada
Jacqueline Frair, State University of New York - College of Environmental Science and Forestry, USA
Richard Fuller, University of Queensland, Australia
Cristina García, CIBIO/InBIO, Portugal
Lucas Garibaldi, Universidad Nacional de Río Negro & CONICET, Argentina
Manuela González-Suárez, University of Reading, UK
Hedley Grantham, Wildlife Conservation Society, Australia
Matt Hayward, Bangor University, UK
Jani Heino, Finnish Environment Institute, Finland
Danny Hooftman, Lactuca: Environmental Data Analyses and Modelling, Netherlands
Marney Isaac, University of Toronto, Canada
Jeremy James, University of California, USA
Stephanie Januchowski-Hartley, Paul Sabatier University, France
Ian Kaplan, Purdue University, USA
Paul Kardol, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Tien Ming Lee, Princeton University, USA
Owen Lewis, University of Oxford, UK
Jin-tian Li, Sun Yat-sen University, China
Ralph Mac Nally, University of Canberra, Australia
Cate Macinnis-Ng, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Ainhoa Magrach, Estacion Biologica de Doñana, Spain
Pete Manning, Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, Germany
Lorenzo Marini, University of Padua, Italy
Martine Maron, University of Queensland, Australia
Hamish McCallum, Griffith University, Australia
Ailsa McKenzie, Newcastle University, UK
Jeroen Minderman, Newcastle University, UK
Joslin Moore, Monash University, Australia
David Moreno Mateos, BC3 Basque Centre for Climate Change, Spain
Akira Mori, Yokohama National University, Japan
Jörg Müller, Bavarian Forest National Park, Germany
Elizabeth Nichols, Swarthmore College, USA
Kechang Niu, Nanjing University, China
Kate Parr, University of Liverpool, UK
Tomas Pärt, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
Anibal Pauchard, University of Concepción, Chile
Michael Pocock, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, UK
Andre Punt, University of Washington, USA
Romina Rader, University of New England, Australia
Jonathan Rhodes, University of Queensland, Australia
Jason Rohr, University of South Florida, USA
Inderjit Singh, University of Delhi, India
Tadeu Siqueira, São Paulo State University, Brazil
Gavin Siriwardena, British Trust for Ornithology, UK
Izak Smit, South African National Parks, South Africa
Lara Souza, University of Oklahoma, USA
Margaret Stanley, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Angela Strecker, Portland State University, USA
Matthew Struebig, University of Kent, UK
Des Thompson, Scottish Natural Heritage, UK
Verena Trenkel, IFREMER, France
Ayesha Tulloch, Australian National University, Australia
Steven Vamosi, University of Calgary, Canada
Marc-André Villard, Université de Moncton, Canada
Steve Votier, University of Plymouth, UK
Yolanda Wiersma, Memorial University, Canada
Steve Willis, University of Durham, UK
Rafael Zenni, Federal University of Lavras, Brazil

You can read about the Associate Editor mentoring opportunity and see a list of past and present mentees here.

Call for new Associate Editors

We are currently seeking new Associate Editors for Journal of Applied Ecology and invite anyone interested in joining the board to contact the editorial office (admin@journalofappliedecology.org) with your CV or link to your institutional/personal webpage and a brief outline of your reviewing or editorial experience. APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED.

We are looking for researchers with a strong publication record and background in applied ecological research. Some editorial experience, links with practitioners and experience of publishing in or reviewing for Journal of Applied Ecology is desirable.

We are especially interested in receiving applications from those working in non-academic institutions as well as from ecologists from outside of Europe and the USA.

• An expert in plant-insect interactions, with a preference for research in pollination
• An expert in grasslands with expertise in restoration and ecosystem function
• An expert in aquatic ecosystems, freshwater and fisheries with strong applied experience and ideally with connections to practitioners
• An expert in biocontrol, pests and pathogens
• An expert in forestry and management of forested areas
• An expert in the applied ecology of soil biota
• An expert in applied ecology with an interest in the social and economic influences of the management of biological resources

If you are an early career researcher and would like to gain some editorial experience you may be interested in our mentoring opportunity. More details are available here.

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