Methods in Ecology and Evolution (MEE) is a British Ecological Society journal that promotes the development of new methods in ecology & evolution, and facilitates their dissemination and uptake by the research community.

Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the British Ecological Society
Country
United Kingdom
History
2010-present
Website
http://www.methodsinecologyandevolution.org/
Impact factor
2016 (5.708)

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A new window into plants of the past

Within the cabinets and drawers of the world's herbaria are nearly 400 million dried plant specimens. These collections have long served as a vital record of what plant species exist on Earth and where they grow. But hidden ...

Predicting migration pathways of mule deer without GPS collars

How do researchers understand where big-game animals migrate across vast landscapes each spring and fall? That is the question asked by biologists from the University of Wyoming and Idaho Department of Fish and Game in a ...

VegSense makes sense for forest studies

Rice researchers set up a Microsoft HoloLens as a mixed-reality sensor to feed VegSense, their application to measure understory vegetation, plant life that grows between the forest canopy and floor.

Measuring the bite force of insects

How hard can insects bite? Having a strong chewing apparatus makes it easier to crush harder food and to succeed in fights with enemies. Biologists at the University of Bonn now present a mobile system (forceX) for measuring ...

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