Pride Month is almost over, and to wrap up this year’s awesome Rainbow Search blog series, we’re delighted to host this post from Lewis Bartlett announcing the launch of the ALDER Network: British Ecological Society’s Relaunched LGBTQIA+ Network. Hello readers! Welcome to my second year in a row writing a Rainbow Research blog post for…

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Our June issue is now online! This issue contains 16 excellent articles on the latest methods in ecology and evolution, including methods for extracting forest information from LiDAR data, digitizing wood samples, optimizing sustainable isotope sample design, and much more. ! Read on to find out about this month’s featured articles and the article behind…

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Our May issue is now online! This issue contains 19 fantastic articles about the latest methods in ecology and evolution, including methods for investigating animal movements, predicting species coexistence patterns, exploring primary production in macroalgae tents, and more! Read on to find out about this month’s featured articles and the article behind our beautiful bee…

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Following the success of last year’s Rainbow Research blog series, we are once again inviting contributions from LGBTQ + ecologists and evolutionary biologists for a series of blog posts in British Ecological Society magazines to celebrate UK Pride Month this June . The series aims to promote the visibility and involvement of scholars from the…

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Edhe but also opportunities! Hidden Markov Models (HMM) and their extensions are attractive methods for analyzing ecological data. In recent years, a number of extensions of the base model have been proposed, providing great opportunities for ecological conclusions. However, as these models become more complex and challenging to understand, it is important to consider what…

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