To celebrate the centennial of the society, ESA journals staff collected some of the most #notablepapers published in their pages—which for ESA’s oldest journal, Ecology, reach back nearly 100 years, to 1920. “Notable” papers were selected based on number of citations (90% of the score) tempered by number of downloads (10% of the score, to bolster more recent stand-outs). The editorial staff invited short commentaries on the papers from members of the society, which they published with the paper collections.
Population Ecology of Some Warblers of Northeastern Coniferous Forests #ESA100 notable papers | EcoTone: news and views on ecological science
Sixty years ago Robert MacArthur ventured into spruce woods in Maine and Vermont to study five species of warblers
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