Climate Change Responses, a new open access journal from BioMed Central focused on biotic responses to climate change, is now accepting submissions. The journal is dedicated to publishing ground-breaking work linking responses to environmental change across levels of biological organization, from individuals to ecosystems, and with an emphasis on species interactions.
Co-edited by Eric Post, Penn State University, and Frank Seebacher, University of Sydney, and supported by a high profile, international Editorial Board, Climate Change Responses welcomes research and reviews focused on ecological, evolutionary and physiological responses to climate change. Papers that establish cause-and-effect relationships rather than correlations between changes in the environment and species responses are particularly encouraged.
You can submit your manuscript via the online submission system and for more information about Climate Change Responses please visit the journal website, contact the Editorial Office directly, or register for email updates to keep up to date with the latest journal news.