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Joint statement from the international ecological community

Joint statement from the international ecological community

In December 2017, the ‘Ecology Across Borders’ conference brought together 1,500 ecologists from around 60 countries to discuss the latest advances in ecological research across the whole discipline. The event was jointly organised by the British Ecological Society, Gesellschaft für Ökologie, and Dutch-Flemish Ecological Society (NecoV), in association with the European Ecological Federation.

This successful event demonstrated the importance of bringing together the international ecological community to harness our collective knowledge to address the environmental issues our global society currently faces. These challenges do not stop at borders and will continue to threaten our well-being and the sustainability of our planet, unless we address them ‘Across all Borders’, by uniting as ecologists and working across disciplines, and by interacting with other scientists, and with society, business and politics.

The ecological societies will produce a joint policy statement demonstrating the benefits of cross-border collaboration and knowledge exchange to decision makers.

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Umfrage: "Publizierverhalten" von Biologen

Dear Ladies and Gentleman of the GfÖ,

We are currently working on a study addressing publishing behavior of biologists. We contact you today with the kind request to take part in our questionnaire and to spread the link to other colleagues. The questionnaire will take 10 minutes. Participants will not be required to provide their name and all data will be treated anonymously.
The link to the survey is provided below.

Please click on the link or copy it into your browser:

The corresponding researcher are:
Dr. Jan Christian Habel, Terrestrial Ecology Research Group, Technische Universität München, Germany;
E-Mail: Janchristianhabel [at] gmx.de

Dr. Martin Husemann, General Zoology, Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany; 
E-Mail: martin.husemann [at] zoologie.uni-halle.de
Website: http://www.zoologie.uni-halle.de/allgemeine_zoologie/staff/martin_husemann/?lang=de
We highly appreciate your time and afford!

If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me or Dr. Jan Habel or Dr. Martin Husemann,

All the Best and thank you!

Rebecca Rogers

Technische Universität München
Chair for Terrestrial Ecology
Department of Ecology and Ecosystem Management
Hans-Carl-von-Carlowitz-Platz 2
D-85354 Freising