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Methods in Ecology and Evolution
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MEE is a scientific journal promoting the uptake of new methods in ecology and evolution
MEE is a scientific journal promoting the uptake of new methods in ecology and evolution

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Schregel et al. present a new #Variogram approach detects hidden isolation-by-distance dominated structure in #Scandinavian #BrownBears.

Read the full Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article here: bit.ly/2HHVKTB (subscription required)
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What are the pros and cons of #arbon assessment methods using #Isotopes across #ClimateChange experiments in #Shrublands?

Find out in this month's issue of Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution: bit.ly/2Jl7MQ5 (subscription required)
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Studying the the social behaviour of groups of #Animals is tough. A new method could make it a lot easier though. DamienFarine & Gustavo Alarcon-Nieto explain more: bit.ly/2Hl1y1T

Read the related Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article here: bit.ly/2F6SrQI (subscription required)

#BehaviouralEcology #Ornithology

Disponible en español: bit.ly/2qSrhI6
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Es difícil estudiar el comportamiento social de #Animales que viven en grupos grandes. Sin embargo, un nuevo método, probado en #Aves paseriformes, podría hacerlo mucho más fácil. Damien Farine y Gustavo Alarcon-Nieto explican cómo: http://bit.ly/2qSrhI6

Para ver más detalles, puede leer el artículo Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution ‘An automated barcode tracking system for behavioural studies in birds’ (en inglés, o el resumen en español): bit.ly/2F6SrQI

#EcologíaDelComportamiento #Orinitología #ComportamientoSocial

This post is available in English: bit.ly/2Hl1y1T
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The Global #Pollen Project - an open, peer reviewed database of pollen #Morphology - is improving, expanding and becoming even more useful. Andrew Martin takes us through the changes: bit.ly/2HHYqhR

The related #OpenAccess Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article was highly commended for the #RobertMayPrize. You can read it here: bit.ly/2J3VHi2 (No Subscription Required)

#Palynology
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Vacancies available on both the Education and Careers Committee and Public Engagement Working Group of the British #Ecological Society: https://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/about/vacancies/ Deadline 4th May
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It's difficult to compare #LinearSelection and #NonlinearSelection, so how can we measure the strength of #NaturalSelection?

Find out about the Distributional Selection Differential, which was introduced in Henshaw & Zemel's #RobertMayPrize winning article, here: bit.ly/2HtysRt
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Congratulations to Jonathan Henshaw - winner of the 2017 #RobertMayPrize for the best article by an #EarlyCareerResearcher in Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution: bit.ly/2qcMsVV

Read Jonathan's winning article & the highly commended papers here: bit.ly/2EQBVUN (No Subscription Required)
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Ever wonder how #RPackages get made? Alistair Auffret takes use from the initial idea for a package to digitize maps to study #LandUse change, through the development of #HistMapR, to publication and beyond: bit.ly/2qt9hDZ

Read the related Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article here: bit.ly/2GXeA5u (No Subscription Required)

This article was shortlisted for the #RobertMayPrize for the best paper in the journal by an #EarlyCareerResearcher in 2017.
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Looking for a flexible, affordable #Bioacoustic recorder? Look no further! Robin Whytock introduces the Solo Audio Recorder and looks at how it's being used to study #Biodiversity, #Migration and more: bit.ly/2v4EOBJ

Read the related Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article here: bit.ly/2EAVz7a (No Subscription Required)

This article was shortlisted for the #RobertMayPrize for the best article in the journal by an #EarlyCareerResearcher.
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