Journal of Ecology

Copyright © 2014 British Ecological Society

A Journal of the British Ecological Society

  • Edited by: David Gibson, Richard Bardgett, Mark Rees and Amy Austin
    Online ISSN: 1365-2745

ISI Journal Citation Reports® Ranking 2013:
12/140 (Ecology); 12/196 (Plant Sciences)

Impact Factor: 5.694
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Accepted Articles

Erosion of beta diversity under interacting global change impacts in a semiarid grassland
Eskelinen & Harrison 
Accepted 3 December 2014

Bryophyte communities in the Amazon forest are regulated by height on the host tree and site elevation
Mota de Oliveira & ter Steege 
Accepted 3 December 2014

Relative density and dispersion pattern of two southern African Asteraceae affect fecundity through heterospecific interference and mate availability, not pollinator visitation rate
de Waal, Anderson & Ellis
Accepted 2 December 2014

Vegetation patterns in small boreal streams relate to ice and winter floods
Lind & Nilsson
Accepted 27 November 2014

Smooth brome invasion increases rare soil bacterial species prevalence and alters soil bacterial community composition
Piper et al. 
Accepted 27 November 2014

Early human impact (5000–3000 BC) affects mountain forest dynamics in the Alps
Schwörer et al.
Accepted 26 November 2014

Over-yielding in mixed forests decreases with site productivity
Toïgo et al. 
Accepted 20 November 2014

Root community traits along a land use gradient: evidence of a community-level economics spectrum
Prieto et al. 
Accepted 7 November 2014

Earthworm invasion, white-tailed deer and seedling establishment in deciduous forests of northeastern North America
Dobson & Blossey
Accepted 31 October 2014

Episodic bamboo die-off, neighbourhood interactions, and tree seedling performance in a Patagonian mixed forest
Caccia, Kitzberger & Chaneton
Accepted 30 October 2014

Range expansion in asexual dandelions: selection for general-purpose genotypes?
Oplaat & Verhoeven 
Accepted 30 October 2014

Does functional trait diversity predict above-ground biomass and productivity of tropical forests? Testing three alternative hypotheses
Finegan et al. 
Accepted 28 October 2014

Historically browsed jewelweed populations exhibit greater tolerance to deer herbivory than historically protected populations
Martin, Agrawal & Kraft
Accepted 24 October 2014

Novel interactions between non-native mammals and fungi facilitate establishment of invasive pines
Wood et al. 
Accepted 24 October 2014

Broad-scale variation of fungal-endophyte incidence in temperate grasses
Semmartin et al. 
Accepted 21 October 2014

Alien and native plant species play different roles in plant community structure
Bernard-Verdier & Hulme
Accepted 20 October 2014

Plant volatiles cause direct, induced and associational resistance in common bean to the fungal pathogen Colletotrichum lindemuthianum
Quintana-Rodriguez et al. 
Accepted 17 October 2014

Fungal symbiont effects on dune plant diversity depend on precipitation
Rudgers et al. 
Accepted 15 October 2014

Impact of exotic insect herbivores on native tritrophic interactions: a case study of the African cotton leafworm, Spodoptera littoralis and insects associated with the field mustard Brassica rapa
Chabaane et al.
Accepted 23 July 2014


Forum articles, Biological Flora, Essay Reviews and Future Direction papers.




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