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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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The February issue of Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution is now online! bit.ly/2SM9of5

This month's issue includes our 1st Practical Tools article, as well as articles on #Biodiversity, #Ecoacoustics and much more.
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Is it possible to use #DualRNAseq to study host-pathogen systems with limited #Genomic resources? We're finding out with Kayleigh O'Keeffe: bit.ly/2Iry6MM

Read the related #DiseaseEcology article in Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution: bit.ly/2V9lQlt (subscription required)
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For the first time scientists have used calls of a species to monitor their movement. Find out how this #Ecoacoustic method is being used for the reintroduction of hihi in New Zealand: bit.ly/2TOWxoB

Read the full Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article here: bit.ly/2IgYMzK (freely available for a limited time)
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From #ClimateChange to criminal crabs and house cats to #Biodiversity, it's been a busy 2019 for the British Ecological Society journal blogs.

Today on the Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution blog, we're looking at some of the best posts from all six blogs this year: bit.ly/2ticIPM
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Altwegg and Nichols show that design & analysis choices affect what can be learned from #CitizenScience data analysed by occupancy models: bit.ly/2Gg6Lex (No Subscription Required)

This paper is part of the Advances in Modelling #Demographic Processes Special Feature. Find out more about this joint Special Feature between 'Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution' and 'Ecology and Evolution' here: bit.ly/2Bvgeej
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We've just published a new cross-journal Special Feature on 'Advances in Modelling #Demographic Processes' with #Ecology and #Evolution: bit.ly/2RG213o

The articles in it came from the #EURING 2017 Meeting and you can find out more about them here: bit.ly/2Bvgeej

A huge thanks to Guest Editors Rob Robinson and Beth Gardner for all of their excellent work on this Special Feature.
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The need for adjustments for multiple comparisons in a hierarchical #Bayesian model is related to its degree of partial pooling.

Ogle et al. explain why in a new Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article: bit.ly/2TneUAW (subscription required)
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#Stress is a huge issue in #Academia, but there are things you can do to manage and reduce it.

Holly Langridge shares some of the ways that the University of Manchester and the Soil and Ecosystem Ecology Lab help students and staff deal with stress: bit.ly/2G8x4mc
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PAT-GEOM: a free ImageJ-based software for quantitatively describing #Animal colour patterns.

Chan et al. explain more in this new Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article: bit.ly/2UkzaDo (No Subscription Required)
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Mitov and Stadler present a general framework for parallel likelihood calculation of #Phylogenetic comparative models using parallel tree traversal.

Read the full #OpenAccess Methods in #Ecology and #Evolution article here: bit.ly/2HCT4Im (No Subscription Required)
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