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Ecology and Evolution Publishes its 100th Article!

February 28, 2012

Since its launch in September Ecology and Evolution has received a great number of quality submissions and this month we celebrate publishing our 100th article! 

The change in species richness of savanna bird species between 1990 and 2080

The 100th article published in Ecology and Evolution is Projected changes in distributions of Australian tropical savanna birds under climate change using three dispersal scenarios’ by April E. Reside, Jeremy VanDerWal and Alex S. Kutt. This paper uses species distribution modelling to predict geographic ranges for birds of Australian tropical savannas, and to project changes in species richness and ranges under a future climate scenario in 2080. Projected future range sizes were sensitive to dispersal scenario: ranges decreased for 66% of species if full dispersal was assumed, but for 89% of species when no dispersal was assumed.

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  1. September 5, 2012 12:46 pm

    Very happy to hear that Ecology and Evolution Publishes its 100th Article. Could you provide more information about Ecology and Evolution Publishing of 100th Article.

    • chodgkinson permalink*
      September 5, 2012 3:39 pm

      I think that the blog post covers the main points about this. We have been delighted by the high number of submissions to the journal and it has continued to receive more excellent articles in the few months following this post.
      best wishes, Catherine

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