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We are delighted to announce that the 7th annual BMC Ecology image competition launches today! Submit your images for a chance… Read more »
Culled foxes are dead, but not gone: No evidence for lowered predation risk after uncoordinated fox culls.
The culling of mammalian mesopredators is often justified by alleged conservation benefits for a target prey species. A recent… Read more »
Today, BMC Ecology announces the winners of our 2018 Image Competition. Here we share our overall winning images - enjoy!
• Preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea using probiotics • Men’s suicidality in Norway • Life history traits in a… Read more »
Genomic make-up of the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog • Cognitive behavioral therapy for people with schizophrenia • Cyberbullying in… Read more »
The closing date for entries has been extended to 15th October 2018 We are delighted to announce that the 6th annual BMC Ecology… Read more »
Did you know that spot number can be used to sort escaped farmed salmon from wild salmon? A recent study published in BMC Ecology… Read more »
Celebrate the 6th International Day of Forests by reading a roundup of some top forest ecology research from BMC Ecology